The subject property comprises a substantial double fronted and elevated detached Victorian property constructed with a red facing brick under a pitched, slate roof that has been converted many years ago to provide six self-contained flat units. There is furthermore a detached coach house building to the rear of the property that has been converted into a separate residential dwelling.
The property is set back from the roadside allowing for a parking area that extends along the side of the property, two further parking spaces to the rear.
There is also a partitioned garden area understood to be in the communal use of the building's residents.
Internally, the premises are arranged over ground, first and second floors, the latter by way of a split-level landing.
Typical specification to the communal areas includes carpet floor covering, plastered and painted walls and hallway, lighting, with the building retaining a number of original features in keeping with its character to include ornate cornice and stained glass entrance door panels.
The basement of the property may offer further conversion potential, subject to the necessary consents, but is currently used for landlord's storage.
The coach house to the rear is of brick build with rendered elevations, under a pitched, slate roof and flat roofed side extension.
It has a dedicated front garden with driveway/parking area leading off the access egress to the side of the main property.
Internally, the accommodation provides an entrance hall, lounge, kitchen open into dining room, WC and side storage area/gym to the ground floor.
The first floor comprises three bedrooms with an en suite to the master bedroom and a family bathroom.
We understand each property is individually metered for utilities.
- Existing tenants unaffected by the sale and would be granted a new 12 month AST on completion.
- Vacant basement areas currently used for landlord's storage.
- 6 Self Contained Flats and Detached Coach House to the rear.
- Gross Income Approximately £40,200 per annum