About this property

Addendum To Printed Catalogue

AST Flat 2 - the sellers have advised that although the tenancy agreement relates to 67B Victoria Road, these long standing tenants moved into Flat 2, 50 Albion Street and new front cover was simply added to the existing tenancy agreement.


A mid terrace, three storey property, arranged as three x 1 bedroom self contained flats with flat 1 enjoying a lovely enclosed courtyard garden, convenitently situated for Exmouth town centre and in proximity of the beach, shopping and leisure facilities and the railway station. The property is fully let and generating an income of £18,240 pae in this highly popular seaside resort. The property is likely to appeal to the career residential lettings investors and also those looking for a break up/resale opportunity.

Listed By

Property Auctions South West
Head Office
2 Cotton Street
Liverpool
L3 7DY

t. 01395 275 691
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Full Description

Location

The ever popular seaside town of Exmouth offers a glorious 2 miles of sandy beaches and water sports, excellent shopping and recreational facilities, along with a comprehensive range of schools and colleges catering for all ages. The town centre has enjoyed recent regeneration works, with excellent public transport links to the Cathedral City of Exeter, the M5 and Exeter airport.

Ground Floor

Communal entrance hall and stairwell giving access to all flats.

Flat 1: Sitting room, bedroom, kitchen with spiral staircase to the shower room and access to the enclosed courtyard garden.

First Floor

Flat 2: Open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, bedroom with en-suite shower room.

Second Floor

Flat 3: Sitting room, kitchen, bedroom with shower cubicle and separate wc.

EPC

Flat 1: Energy Efficiency Rating - C
Flat 2: Energey Efficiency Rating - D
Flat 3: Energy Efficiency Rating - D

Auction Valuer

Wendy Alexander

Viewing Arrangements

Strictly by prior appointment only with Fulfords Exmouth 01395 273757. General enquiries Countrywide Property Auctions 01395 275691.

Notes

Please refer to the legal pack for details of the current tenancies.

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Reserve Price
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Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction.

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50 Albion Street, Exmouth, Devon

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