2 bedroom flat for sale

Ashbourne Road, Derby, DE, DE22 3BF

  • Bedrooms: 2

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Summary

A SPACIOUS 2nd floor apartment in the SOUGHT AFTER Melton Court development, with PROVEN RENTAL history, with a GREAT CENTRAL DERBY LOCATION and NO UPWARD CHAIN.

Description

This stunning 2nd floor apartment in the prestigious gated complex of Melton Court comes to market with no upward chain. The property is well presented throughout offering the buyer a blank canvas to put their own stamp on. The property has a proven rental history and will easily achieve a rental of £775 per contract month leaving a yield of circa 6.4%, but would also make a fantastic property for an owner occupier looking for a ready-to-move-in home. The property briefly offers two double bedrooms, en-suite to master, bathroom, kitchen with integrated appliances and lounge/diner area. The complex also has a communal garden area and allocated parking. The property is located on Ashbourne Road which provides a short drive, and 10 minute walk, to the centre of Derby which provides a range of shops, entertainment and restaurants, as well as pubic transport. The A38/A52/A50 road networks are also easily accessible from this location making it perfect for those who commute.  EPC rating: C.2 bedrooms

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