North Street
Fraserburgh, AB43

North Street

3 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom
Guide price:£90,000
Ends 15th August 2022 at 3PM
  • Parking:Street
  • Council Tax Band:C
  • Ideal Rental Property
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Shared drying green
  • Potential yield of nearly 8%
  • Open plan living dining area
  • Pre-auction offers welcomed
  • Move in condition
  • Utility room


Tenure: Freehold

We are pleased to offer for sale this 3 bedroom mid-terraced one and a half storey house, ideal rental investment on the north-west of the town centre of Fraserburgh, all main amenities can be found within 2 miles or so. This accommodation with internal floor area of 124m2 has living room and dining kitchen, bathroom and utility room on ground floor and two double size bedrooms and study room on first floor.
This property boosts main drainage, water, gas and central heating, windows are mixed single and double glazed timber framed windows. It would make a good family home or a great investor property.  Tenanted property currently achieving a rental of £750pcm and offering a yield of 10%

Fraserburgh is a popular harbour town around an hours drive from Aberdeen.  With a population of around 13,000 this is a great location to buy a rental property.


Photos provided by seller

In the event of an offer being accepted the following charges will be payable immediately:-

Buyers Fee £3,000

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


EPC rating: E. Council tax band: C, Tenure: Freehold,




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