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Lot - 131 Duke Street, Liverpool, L1 4JR Auction Lot £375,000+ - Auction Estates

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10 December 2020

131 Duke Street, Liverpool, L1 4JR

Guide Price: £375,000+


6
Bedrooms
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Key Features

  • Substantial mid-terrace property consisting of 6 x 1 bed studio
  • Arranged over basement, ground, first and second floors
  • ERV when fully let £37,200 per annum
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Rare opportunity to acquire a substantial mid-terrace property consisting of 6 self contained studios in the heart of Liverpool City Centre. ERV when fully let £37,200 per annum in its current configuration

• Substantial mid-terrace property
• Located a short walk from Liverpool City Centre
• A short distance from Liverpool One shopping centre
• Property runs parallel to the popular Bond Street
• Consisting of 6 self contained studios
• 4 studios currently let at £23,220pa, 2 studios currently vacant
• Popular residential and commercial area
• Arranged over basement, ground, first and second floors
• Ideal opportunity for owner occupiers, developers and investors

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Long Leasehold, for a term of 250 years from January 2013

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