Stuart & Stuart are proud to present this second-floor flat which forms part of a handsome B-listed Victorian building in Newington, within the city’s South Side conservation area, and enjoys four bedrooms, open-plan living, and lovely period features, plus access to a shared garden. Presenting an ideal opportunity for rental investors, the flat is HMO registered and currently generates a rental income of £2300 pcm. The property is available for purchase with the current tenants in situ until the end of the 2021 academic year. Alternatively, the flat would be perfect as a short-term let or Airbnb.
Accessed via a secure shared stairwell to the second floor, the flat’s front door opens into an airy hallway with handy built-in storage. Leading off the hall and situated to the rear of the property is the open-plan living/dining room and kitchen. The living area enjoys neutral décor enhanced by a comfortable fitted carpet and offers plenty of floor space for various lounge and dining furniture. Built-in storage also features. The adjoining kitchen, also separately accessible from the hall, is fitted with a selection of white wall and base cabinets framed by workspace and splashback tiling. The kitchen accommodates an integrated eye-level electric oven/grill, an integrated electric hob, and an integrated fridge/freezer, as well as an undercounter washing machine.
The appealing flat houses four double bedrooms. The particularly large front-facing bedrooms boast lovely views of The Meadows, whilst the rear facing bedrooms enjoy a peaceful position overlooking the shared gardens. Completing the accommodation is a shower room, comprising a shower enclosure, a pedestal basin, a toilet, and a tall chrome towel radiator. The flat is heated by an efficient gas central heating system, powered by a brand-new boiler (installed in December 2019).
Outside, the flat enjoys access to a shared rear garden, whilst parking on Hope Park Crescent falls under Zone 3. Please note: The flat will be sold as being available with either vacant possession or as occupied by the current tenants, whichever the buyer prefers. If the buyer wants vacant possession then completion will be after early June.
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