SALE BY ONLINE AUCTION 10TH DECEMBER 2020 AT 9.00AM. We are pleased to bring to market this three bedroom semi-detached property in Barrhead. Formed over two levels, the property would make an ideal family home. There is also excellent Buy-to-Let potential for would-be investors. Presented in excellent internal condition.
The property comprises three bedrooms, reception room, bathroom and kitchen. Further benefits - Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing throughout.
Achievable rental income of £550pcm, representing a 7.33% yield against Guide Price if purchased as a Buy-to-Let.
22 Waulkmill Avenue (2 bedroom) sold for £90,000 in March 2019
24 Waulkmill Avenue (2 bedroom) sold for £90,000 in August 2018
32 Waulkmill Avenue (3 bedroom) sold for £120,000 in August 2017
Barrhead offers local shopping, sports/recreational facilities, schooling and regular public transport. The neighbouring countryside caters for a wide range of sports and leisure activities including fishing, golf and other equestrian pursuits. The M8 motorway network provides access to most major towns and cities throughout the central belt of Scotland as well as Glasgow International Airport.
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