123, Cromwell Road, St. Andrews,
Sold @ Auction £425,000
FOR SALE BY AUCTION
SOLD @ AUCTION - £425,000
LOT NUMBER 11
Wednesday 3rd June 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
*** IMPORTANT UPDATE ***
UPDATE RECEIVED FROM GREGG LATCHAMS RECEIVED 1ST JUNE - PLEASE READ AND REFER TO LEGAL PACK
Please note that the property will be offered for sale subject to the existing tenancies. The tenants are in occupation. The tenant in the hall floor flat is believed to have moved into the flat in July 1990. The tenant in the basement flat is believed to have moved into the flat in November 1987. The party who dealt with the tenants originally died in December 2014. Please note that the price guide has been adjusted accordingly.
NEW INFORMATION RECEIVED ON TENANTS - 2ND JUNE
Tenant name – William Pearce
Current rent - £230.00
Occupied since November 1987
Hall Floor Flat
Tenant name – Roy Harvey
Current rent - £460.00
Occupied since 26th July 1990
This is information was provided by the tenants directly to Gregg Latchams so it cannot be 100% relied upon and buyers must make their own enquiries and seek independent legal advice.
An imposing semi detached period property arranged over flour floors with a large south facing garden.
The property has been informally arranged and let as 4 flats ( not self contained ) which enjoy panoramic views over the city to the hills surrounding Bath.
In addition there is a garage block fronting St Andrews.
Cromwell Road is one of the premier roads in St Andrews within easy reach of Cheltenham Road and Gloucester Road with its eclectic range of shops and restaurant and close to the city centre with its business areas, shopping and leisure opportunities as well as some of the major institutions of Bristol including the University of Bristol. There is a railway station nearby connecting with Temple Meads with high speed train services to many parts of the country.
The property has been let for many years and now requires complete modernisation.
There is scope to both improve and potentially to re arrange the accommodation to create four self-contained flats for re-sale or rental purposes.
Scope to create 2 large maisonettes.
The property would convert into a large 4 / 5 bedroom family home with South West Facing garden in this highly sought after residential area.
The garage block may represent further development opportunities for a mews style property, subject to PP - Please note similar developments adjacent.
The local lettings experts say:
The Bristol Residential Letting Co. are confident that these 2 3/4 bedroom maisonettes would make a good rental investment. Danny Dean of The Bristol Residential Letting Co suggests a rental range of £1400 - £1500pcm. The other option is to convert the block into 4 1 bedroom apartments which should achieve £750-£800pcm if furnished to an appropriate standard.
If you would like to discuss more detail on the potential for rental, you can call me (0117 973 5237) or email (email@example.com) for a no obligation discussion. Alternatively why not drop into my Office (19 Clifton Down Shopping Centre, Whiteladies Rd, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 2NN) where I am always happy to advise investors on maximising their investment.
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