Windsor Crescent, Bridlington

£134,950 SOLD STC

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Property Details

Block of Flats

  • Block of 3 Permanent flats
  • close to harbour and beach
  • 3-self contained 1 and 2 bed flats.
  • flats on assured shorthold tenancies.
  • Fully let can produce over £13,500 p.a. at cu

A well established INVESTMENT BLOCK OF THREE FLATS close to sea front and harbour.


A communal entrance with entry phone facility to each flat.

Ground floor flat 0ne:

A self contained flat with inner hall leading to:
two bedrooms
Gas fired central heating.
Private rear yard area.
Currently let at £400 pcm.

First Floor:

Landing with store room.

Flat two:

A self contained flat comprising:
inner lobby,
Lounge leading to:
front facing kitchen
1-double bedroom
bathroom w.c.
gas fired central heating
currently let at £350 pcm

Flat three:

Stairs at first floor level lead to a private staircase to second floor flat three.
1 double bedroom
internal staircase to third floor:
1-double bedroom
gas fired central heating
currently vacant, previously let at £390 pcm.

Purchase procedure:

On acceptance of any offer in order to comply with current Money Laundering Regulations we will need to see both I.D and proof of funds before we can progress with the sale and send the memorandum of sale.

General Notes:

All measurements are approximate and are not intended for carpet dimensions etc. Nicholas Belt (Estate Agency) Ltd have not tested any gas or electrical heating systems, individual heaters, appliances, showers, glazed units, alarms etc. Therefore purchasers should satisfy themselves that any such item is in working order by means of a survey, inspection etc before entering into any legal commitment. PURCHASE PROCEDURE: If after viewing the above property you wish to purchase please contact our office where the staff will be pleased to answer any queries and record your interest. This should be done before contacting any Building Society, Bank, Solicitor or Surveyor. Any delay may result in the property being sold to another interested party and valuation fees and legal expenses are then incurred unnecessarily.

Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.