Cross Street is conveniently located in the commercial harbour town of Fraserburgh. The town centre offers a full range of retail and leisure facilities and the towns’ location makes it an ideal base for touring the surrounding countryside. Also available are numerous Primary Schools within the town, a Secondary School and a College of further education.
We are pleased to offer this two bed traditional flat enjoying preferred first floor position in the town of Fraserburgh. The accommodation comprises lounge with kitchen area off, two bedrooms and bathroom. The property has electric heating and is in a convenient location for town centre facilities. The property needs some degree of upgrade which offers a great opportunity to add further value to the already competitive Guide Price. With a 35% discount against Home Report and potential rental yield of more than 30% at Guide Price this property is ideal for both buy to let investors as well as for owner occupiers. Early viewing is recommended to fully appreciate the value on offer. EPC Rating E.
34 Charlotte Street (2 bed) Sold for £29,500 06/20
84b Commerce Street (1 bed) Sold for £49,000 05/18
52 School Street (1 bed) Sold for £39,000 09/17
Home Report £35,000
Massive 35% Discount To Home Report Value
Potential Rental Yield In Excess Of 30%
Opportunity To Add Value Through Upgrade
Ideal Rental Property Or Starter Flat
Convenient Town Centre Location
Potential Rental Value £593.36pcm At LHA Rates / £7120.36pa
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