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The Townhouse, 10, Edith Road, Clacton-On-Sea, CO15 1JU

Guide price: POA|Auction date: TBC|Lot: -|Flat, Residential

PROPERTY DETAILS

ADDRESSThe Townhouse, 10 Edith Road, Clacton-On-Sea, CO15 1JU
TYPEFlat, Residential
TENUREFor Sale Freehold
TENANCYVacant
POSTED ON10th October 2019

DESCRIPTION

**Unsold, but is available at £500,000**


BUY TO LET OPPORTUNITY: A NEWLY REFURBISHED FREEHOLD BUILDING CONTAINING 11 BEDROOMS WITH EN-SUITES CLOSE TO CLACTON SEAFRONT

This three storey building has recently been converted and renovated to create an air B&B/serviced accommodation. The building contains 11 Rooms, all with En Suite shower rooms, of which four have independent access. It is considered that the rooms could be let on a nightly rate to visitors of the area as well as longer term occupants and that there is a high demand for this type of accommodation the Clacton area.

Tenure
Freehold

Accommodation
Ground Floor -

Room 1-Double Room with shower room and external access.

Room 2- Double Room with shower room and external access via double doors.

Room 3-Large double with shower room.

First Floor-

Room 4- Double Room with large bathroom and balcony

Room 5- Double room with shower room

Room 6- Double room with shower room and external access via cast iron staircase.

Second Floor

Room 7-Single room with shower room

Room 8-Single room with shower room

Room 9-Double room with shower room

Room 10-Single room with shower room

Room 11-Double room with shower room

N.B.
It is considered that if let on a monthly rate the rooms should achieve between £450 and £650 per month.

If let on a nightly rate the rooms should achieve between £35 and £100 per night.

For further details on the potential income that could be achieved please contact the Auctioneers.

EPC Rating
E

Viewing
By appointment with the Auctioneers

Please contact us for more information
Email: auction@dedmanauctions.com

Tel: 01702 311010

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LOCATION

Location: The Townhouse, 10 Edith Road, Clacton-On-Sea, CO15 1JU

Clacton on Sea (0.5 miles)

Thorpe-le-Soken (4.3 miles)

Kirby Cross (4.7 miles)

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