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A large, five bedroom, licenced HMO on this highly desirable street which generates a substantial annual income.
GUIDE PRICE £320,000 - £325,000 - Preston Baker are pleased to introduce to the market this well-presented five bedroom HMO student/professional let in the popular area of Hunters Bar. The property boasts a prime location benefiting from excellent road and public transport links, the extensive and varied amenities of Ecclesall Road and a desirable school catchment. The property benefits from recently refurbished sash windows, a new boiler in Feb 2017 and inclusion of all white goods and furniture within the sale. Comprising of five bedrooms, two bathrooms, living/dining room, study, kitchen, enclosed rear garden and being a successful HMO let for the last 8 years with a current 5 person certificate in place until 2020 with the potential to increase it to 6 person this well-proportioned terraced home really has to be viewed.
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