A fifth floor studio apartment benefiting from double double glazing, electric heating, balcony and secure key fob entry sytem. There is a lift service to all floors, games room and communal gym on the ground floor.
The property is currently let by way of Assured Shorthold Tenancy producing a rental income of £5,280 per annum.
Fronting London Road in a popular and well established area, close to local amenities and transport links. Approximately 0.6 miles from Liverpool City Centre.
Entrance Hall, Communal gym, Communal Games Room.
Flat - Living Room, Kitchen/Diner, Bedroom, Bathroom/W.C, Balcony
The property is still awaiting an EWS1 form in respect of the cladding
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