Successfully sold by Sharpes auctions. Entries now being invited for our next online auction on Tuesday 28th July 2020. Please call Sharpes auctions on for further advice. Located in Bradford City Centre this property is an ideal buy to let opportunity for a landlord to achieve a high yield. This studio apartment has a tenant in situe achieving £2,700 per annum a yield of 49% based on the guide price with an AST in place until August 2020. Internally a communal door via intercom leads into the entrance with staircase leading to all floors, bedroom with white three piece shower room, a shared kitchen and living area between four rooms and electric heating.
Bedroom (16' 5'' x 6' 6'' (5m x 1.98m))
Double room with electric heating and a uPVC double glazed window.
A white three piece suite comprises: Corner cubicle, low flush W.C and a wash hand basin.
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