High Street
Fraserburgh, AB43

High Street,

2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom
Guide price:£30,000
Ends 24th September 2021 at 3PM
  • Traditional
  • Parking:Street
  • Council Tax Band:A
  • Potential Yield of 20%
  • Under additional property tax threshold
  • Ideal investment property
  • Double Glazed Windows
  • Electric Heating
  • Town Centre Location
  • Pre-auction offers welcomed
  • Separate kitchen
  • Council Tax Band A
  • Electric Central Heating


We are pleased to offer for sale this 2 bedroom 2nd floor flat. Ideal purchase for an Investor looking to grow or start their portfolio.
This is a great sized 2 bedroom flat. Although it would benefit from a small amount of TLC it offers a terrific opportunity to add value to it.

Realistic rent for this property would be around £550pcm giving an annual income of £6,600 and providing a terrific potential yield of 20%.

Entrance to this property can be gained from on street and through the side lane, turn left to the security door. The flat is located on the 2nd floor.
59B High Street, Fraserburgh comprises of—Entrance vestibule, hallway, which leads to the kitchen, bathroom, lounge, bedrooms 1 & 2.
Benefits from electric storage heating and double glazing. 
Located in Fraserburgh’s town centre. Close to all local amenities, banks, restaurants, tourist attraction, bus transport station and schools.


Entrance Vestibule (1.20m x 1.10m)
Leads to the hallway. Carpeted with a light brown carpet it also has a ceiling light. Electric meter can be located just outside the front door.

Hallway (3.50m x 1.20m)
Hallway leads to—Kitchen, bathroom, lounge, bedrooms 1 & 2. Carpeted with a light brown carpet it also holds the security intercom system, ceiling light, smoke alarm, carbon monoxide alarm and a power socket.

Kitchen (3.45m x 2.10m)
The kitchen has a rear view window which has a good view of Fraserburgh. Compris-es of—white wall and base units, speckled worktops, white/blue linoleum, integrated Lamona black hob, white integrated oven, white integrated cooker extractor fan, brown sink, blue wall tiles between wall and base units, heat detector, 3 spot ceiling light and power sockets.

Bathroom (2.72m x 1.90m)
The bathroom comprise of—3 piece grey bathroom suite, Mi-ra electric shower, chrome heated towel rail, flush ceiling light, extractor fan, glass shower screen over bath, grey linoleum, blue tiles half way up wall and around bath area.

Lounge (4.30m x 3.92m)
A good size lounge with a front street view out the large window. Plenty natural light flows through to light up this room. Carpeted with a light brown carpet is also has a wooden/marble feature fireplace with electric log burner, storage radiator, ceiling light, smoke alarm, power sockets and television point.

Bedroom 1 (4m x 2.70m)
Bedroom 1 is a small double bedroom and is located just off the hallway. There is a ample size street view frosted glass window, light brown carpet, electric storage radiator, ceiling light and power sockets.

Bedroom 2 (3.85m x 3.45m)
A large double bedroom with a good size window for a great view over Fraserburgh. This bedroom comprises of—double built-in wardrobe which holds the electric fuse box, built-in shelved cupboard which holds the water tank, light brown carpet, ceiling light, electric storage radiator and power sockets.

Buyers Fee £3,000

Deposit to the sum of 10% of the sale price (subject to a minimum of £3,000)

EPC rating: E.






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