FOR SALE VIA NATIONAL ONLINE AUCTION. BIDDING OPENS MONDAY 6TH DECEMBER AT 1PM AND CLOSES TUESDAY 7TH DECEMBER FROM 1PM. REGISTER TO BID!
Peterhead is a coastal fishing town on the north east coast of Scotland, approximately 30 miles north of Aberdeen. The town offers a wide range of local and national retail options, as well as a number of hotels, bars and sporting facilities. The A90 links Peterhead both north and south, and there is a Park and Ride facility at nearby Ellon. Peterhead also offers both primary and secondary schools.
We are delighted to offer to auction this spacious and well-presented three bedroom ground floor flat, conveniently located on the edge of Peterhead town centre.
The generously proportioned accommodation comprises front facing lounge, fully fitted kitchen with wall and base units, three bedrooms and bathroom with three piece suite and separate shower cubicle. The property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing, driveway to front, and private garden area to rear.
The competitive Guide Price offers a potential rental yield of almost 14% (at LHA levels) which is sure to attract interest from buy to let investors, but the property is equally ideal for owner occupiers as a spacious family home.
Early viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate the outstanding value on offer.
Energy Rating C
69 Hope Street: Sold for £84,250 11/20
100 Balmoor Terrace: Sold for £110,000 03/20
Buyer's Premium: £1,200.00
Administration Charge: £1,200.00
Disbursements: Please see the legal pack for any disbursements listed that may become payable by the purchaser on completion
£1,020.00 including VAT, payable on the fall of the Virtual Gavel.
£1,980.00 including VAT, payable on the fall of the Virtual Gavel.
Call the team on 0141 339 4466 for more information
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