Hawick, TD9


2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom
Guide price:£65,000
Ends 15th August 2022 at 3PM
  • Traditional
  • Parking:Street
  • Council Tax Band:Unknown
  • Ideal investment property
  • Immaculate move in condition
  • Town centre location
  • 9% Potential yield
  • Shared back garden
  • Double glazed windows
  • Gas Central heating
  • Excellent storage facilities
  • Large rooms
  • Pre-auction offers welcomed


Tenure: Freehold

4-1 Northcote Street is a comfortably sized two-bedroom ground floor property, located centrally within the Borders town of Hawick.  Decorated in neutral tones throughout, this two-bedroom property is comfortably proportioned – extending to an approximate 52sqm – and enjoys a wealth of natural light within. 

The living room is to the back of the building enjoying nice views of the garden area, walls are painted cream with a wallpapered feature wall and brown carpet laid.

The kitchen is just off from the living room with black wall splash backs, black granite effect worktops, fitted sink with mixer tap, free standing gas hob and fan assisted oven, under the counter washing machine and fridge freezer, the gas boiler resides just to the entrance of the room, black and white tiled vinyl laid.

The bathroom is fitted with a three-piece suite with a shower over the bath, patterned wallpapered throughout, towel rail radiator installed.

The double bedroom is a great size with a built-in double wardrobe with sliding mirrored doors installed which could be removed giving the room even more space, walls are painted cream with a pattered wallpapered feature wall, and brown carpet laid. 

The single bedroom is situated to the front of the property, grey painted walls with silver/grey wallpapered feature wall with a grey carpet laid.

 Externally, the property benefits from shared access and use of the rear garden which is mostly laid to lawn and a private outhouse.

Realistic rent for this property is around £500pcm giving an annual income of £6,000.00 and providing a terrific potential yield of 9% if achieved for guide price.

This terrific property is within walking distance to the main High Street and all local amenities, including Morrison's supermarket, bus depot and a multitude of shops. Hawick is the largest of the Border towns and provides an excellent variety of leisure and shopping facilities and is famous for its rugby, Common Riding and cashmere trade, and is conveniently placed for easy access to all major routes both north and south bound. The surrounding area and countryside are renowned for its scenic beauty, steeped in history and tradition. The area is ideal for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling, horse riding and golf.

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: D. Council tax band: X, Tenure: Freehold,






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