NEW TO THE MARKET is this two bedroom mid terrace property on Ellesmere Avenue, Marple. Situated in this desirable location within walking distance to everything that Marple has to offer including restaurants, shops and both train stations.
This well presented stone built terrace offers to the ground floor; lounge with log burner, the dining room and kitchen area is open plan and a great place to socialise. The kitchen comes with plenty of worktop and storage space and enough space for all white goods. The first floor comprises of two double bedrooms and a modern fitted family bathroom.
Externally the property benefits from a small front garden and an enclosed rear courtyard with brick stores great for storage. The property also comes with parking permits which you can apply with through the local council.
The property would rent out at £700 per calendar month giving you a 4.6% yield. The attraction of this property is the capital growth it will achieve being in such a sought after location.
Currently on the market with Purplebricks at £180,000.
NEW TO THE MARKET is this ideally located two bedroom terrace which is in need of modernisation. Located in the heart of Marple village with shops, bars and restaurants all on your doorstep. Also easy access to train stations giving access to Manchester City centre.
In brief the property offers to the ground floor; well proportioned living room and dining room with a kitchen at the rear. The first floor reveals two bedrooms and the three piece bathroom with storage.
Externally there is a courtyard to the rear.
The property does need complete refurbishment but once works are complete you would look to achieve a healthy £650 per calendar month.
Currently on the market with Julian Wadden, Marple at £145,000.
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NEW TO THE MARKET is this two bedroom mid terrace property on Moor End Road, Mellor. Offered with no onward chain and being deceptively spacious this property won’t be on the market long. In need of refurbishment this terrace will be a great buy to let investment.
In brief the property comprises of; an entrance hallway, lounge, kitchen/diner and utility area. The first floor offers two bedrooms, one double and one single. The fitted bathroom completes the floor. Externally the property offers views over the local countryside. The rear is a stone flagged patio area with a large outhouse.
The potential yield you would look to achieve is 5.8%, this is based on £750 pcm.
Currently on the market with Country Holmes, Glossop at £155,000.
Property types are a handy measure of the shape of the market in a local area. For example, areas with lots of flats tend to be urban in character because there is huge pressure on land. A large number of detached homes means that the area is suburban and not very densely populated.
We know we live in a great area, and because most people agree, demand has driven up house prices. But how do prices in our area stack up in terms of property types? This chart looks at the comparison over the last eight years.
We’ve included this chart to show the relative number of flats and houses selling in the last 11 months in our area. Due to the profile of the housing stock in the area, there’s nothing too surprising here, but it’s interesting to see how the different types of properties contribute to total sales levels.
We think your ideal home says a lot about you. If the world were your oyster, would you go for something Victorian, Georgian, a duplex apartment, new build house, or maybe a farm? Given that we live in Marple and The Bridge, obviously our choices are somewhat limited by reality, but what are the hottest types of property and what does this mean for sellers?