147, Cotham Brow, Cotham,
Sold @ Auction £387,000
FOR SALE BY AUCTION
GUIDE PRICE - £300,000
SOLD @ AUCTION - £387,000
LOT NUMBER 4
Wednesday 15th April 2015
All Saints Church Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 2HY
Legal packs will be available for inspection from 18:00.
The sale will begin promptly at 19:00
A large period property arranged over three floors with single story extension and small garden to rear.
The property is currently arranged as an HMO licensed student investment.
Cotham Brow is situated in the heart of the popular suburb of Cotham. Gloucester Road with it's wide variety of independent retailers, pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants is within walking distance. Clifton and Redland are also just a short walk away. Bristol City Centre is approximately two miles away.
FAMILY HOME / DEVELOPMENT
The property now requires updating.
Vacant possession from 30th June 2015
The property is currently let to group of 5 students on an AST agreement generating £22,620 per annum and terminating on 30th June 2015
Option to let for next academic year £23,664 per annum
NO AGREEMENT HAS BEEN SIGNED.
For further details please contact student lettings specialist Kingsley Thomas.
HMO license can be viewed with legal pack
Five bedrooms, two reception rooms, three bathrooms, kitchen, utility room and rear garden.
1 & 3 Whiteladies Gate
Bristol BS8 2PH
tel: (0117) 946 6767
fax: (0117) 974 1173
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CHARITY OF THE YEAR
Hollis Morgan are supporting Dance Voice as their 2015 Charity of the year. We are delighted to announce that 10% of every buyers premium will be donated to this excellent local charity - Dance Voice is dependent on voluntary donations to run its dance movement psychotherapy sessions which enable so many vulnerable people express themselves and improve and integrate their physical, emotional and social health and wellbeing. For further details on their outstanding work in the community please visit www.dancevoice.org.uk In 2014 Hollis Morgan successfully raised £2,500 for Bristol Children's Help Society www.tbchs.org.uk