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Other Commercial Businesses , Stafford, Sale - Stafford (Staffordshire)

Brilliant Business Opportunity,Stafford, EnglandEuroresales Property ID – 9825898Property OverviewThe positive side to these uncertain times is that it has created a new land of opportunity for anyone with ambition. That is exactly what we have here with this fantastic building now for sale in Stafford Town Centre.The Bank House is a unique building prominently placed in the town centre of the County Town of Stafford, it’s situated on a quaint commercial cobble street with other thriving businesses of 95% occupancy. The property is also just a moments’ walk away from the impressive Market Square, Gatehouse Theatre, free parking and two major supermarkets.Stafford town is undergoing something of a renaissance thanks to its links, as a commuter town, to London, meaning that this property alone is a fantastic investment opportunity, regardless of how the occupants choose to use it. Property DetailsBuilt in 1860, the Bank House is a two-storey semi-detached property believed to be built by Baron Thomas Salt MP as his private residence. Historically, the Bank House was a bank, schoolhouse, doctors’ surgery and now, a restaurant. The commercial ground floor can be easily converted to a hair salon, estate agent or retail.The front of the building has character with stone mullions around the ground and first-floor windows and a stone surround around the main front entrance. To the side of the property is a walled side entrance with gated access; this provides secondary access for the café/bar and primary access to the first floor.The rear of the property is a small courtyard accessed via the side entrance or directly from the property. Currently, the courtyard is being used for additional seating for the restaurant. A steel staircase leads from the courtyard up to the first-floor accommodation.The RestaurantInternally, the ground floor is arranged with the main entrance leading to two areas suitable for either retail or as its present use as a café/bar. The right-hand side provides space for approximately 25 covers and has a door at the rear leading to customer WC’s and a storeroom. The left-hand side of the room provides further seating for 22 covers. To the rear is a bar/service and access to the kitchen and cellar. The rear entrance is accessible directly from the bar/ service area and leads onto the courtyard. Radiators using a combi boiler system heat the ground floor. The ground floor with its architecture and dominating local businesses would also suit, estate agent, hair salons, and boutique retailers. Finally, the downstairs can be subdivided two independent businesses.The First Floor AccommodationThe first floor can be accessed only from outside via the external staircase which leads onto a flat rood, which in turns leads to a door into the first floor accommodation. An entrance foyer provides access to two flats. Both flats are 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom with an open living area and a hallway / study. The flats were designed and built to preserve the original Edwardian architectural features, wooden doors, cupboards picture rails and skirting, high-quality workmanship and pass building regulations and all other legal requirements. All the floors have specified sound-proofing floors installed throughout and the bedroom above the kitchen, had added fireproofing between the floor and ceiling. In addition, soundproofing between both flats has been finished as well as all the required heat insulation. Both bathrooms have been sympathetically designed with a monochromatic theme, floor and wall tiles have been used extensively and compliment aesthetically the modern toilets basin, shower, bath etc…The main living rooms of each flat have engineered oak flooring. The bathrooms are tiled. The hallway has high-quality laminate wood effect flooring. The electrical supply is separate from the ground floor. The flats have been rewired and to code. There is a fire alarm system connecting both the restaurant and flats. The plumbing system is new throughout with 1 of the 2 combi boiler systems is fitted. Flats are a blank canvas, which would require to kitchen fitted, 1 combi boiler, two entrance doors and finishing touches. It is possible to create 1 large flat with 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen / dining, study and reception room, however the planning permission would need to be discussed with the local authority.Outside PatioThere is a 12 m2 flat roof patio as the entrance to the two flats. The roof needs repair and can be made into a private courtyard for the living accommodations. LoftThere are three lofts; two are small and used for storage. Above the main building has the footprint of the main part of the building and high. A loft conversion is possible, which could add significant value to the property. CellarThere is a two-room cellar, with a keg drop and a refrigeration unit in one room. Currently, the cellar is only used for storage, but can be made quickly into a keg storage room. Property TaxesCurrently, there are no property taxes for the entire property. Sitting TenantsCurrently, the restaurant is licensed to a tenant for £2000 per month, with no lease assigned. There is 6-week notice period, so the property can be sold with a sitting tenant or vacant possession. ValuationsThe most recent valuations of the property were done as individual units by local estate agentsRestaurant: £275,000 or rental value £25,000 per year Flat 1: £140,000 - £160,000 or rental value £7800 per yearFlat 2: £125,000-£140,000 or rental value of £6600 per year Total Property Valuation: £540,000 -£575,000Asking Price: £490,000About the areaThe Bank House is a fantastic building and in a great location, which offers a secured investment with an opportunity to add significant value in a buzzing business area. Currently, Stafford Town Centre is going from strength to strength and being converted into a commuter town for London.Full Property Address: Bank House, Salter StreetStaffordStaffordshireST16 2JUUnited KingdomContact Euro Resales Ltd tobook an inspection

M2: 180 - Price: £450,000

Apartment, London, Sale - London (Greater London)

This excellent property would make the perfect first time purchase or buy-to-let investment. Located on the top floor of this impressive Victorian conversation, the property briefly comprises; large double bedroom, modern bathroom and a generous reception room with cleverly configured open-plan kitchen. High ceilings and wood flooring creates a wonderful feeling of light and space throughout the property.Charleville Road is located moments away from the shops, bars and restaurants on Kensington High Street and the amenities of Kensington Olympia. West Kensington offers the nearest local transport links with District Line services on the London Underground, while Barons Court (District and Piccadilly Lines) and Earls Court (District and Piccadilly Lines) are also close by. The A4 also offers convenient road access to the motorways out of London.

M2: 54 - Price: £520,490

Apartment, London, Sale - London (Greater London)

A bright and spacious two/three bedroom first floor lateral apartment located on arguably London's most desirable street. Situated towards the Berkeley Square, the property is perfectly positioned to take advantage of Mayfair's boutique shops, up-market restaurants and 5* hotels. The property comprises a luxurious open plan reception/dining room flooded with natural light from the large bay window overlooking Mount Street and features a beautiful authentic fireplace. The living area leads onto a smart hallway and a sleek, fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room with marble worktops and integrated appliances. The apartment further benefits from three double bedrooms, two bathrooms, two dressing rooms, lift access, newly refurbished communals and outstanding ceiling heights throughout.Located in the heart of one of London's oldest and most prestigious districts, 92 Mount Street is perfectly situated for the finest boutiques, bars and restaurants that Mayfair has to offer. With its quintessentially British architecture, high-end retail and gourmet gastronomy, Mount Street is surely among London's finest addresses. Transport links include Green Park tube station (0.5 miles) and Bond Street tube station (0.3 miles). All distances are approximate

M2: 221 - Price: £9,079,149

House - Villa, London, Sale - London (Greater London)

Stunning 2 Bedroom Apartment For Sale in London Euroresales Property ID- 9825557Sterling Price: £450,000Property Information: This superb property is located in London, England.Located in a prime location in W3, close to and well connected by transport links . This immaculate condition two bedroom apartment is perfect for couples or small families and has an open pan kitchen and lounge with fully integrated appliances and also air-conditioning in the main bedroom. Outside because this apartment is on the ground floor there is allocated parking and also there is communal gardens around the property to enjoy and relax in!Features/Facilities: 2 Double Bedrooms 1 BathroomOpen Plan Kitchen and Lounge Area Allocated Parking Purpose Built Apartment Ground Floor Communal Gardens Long LeaseAbout the Area: Noisy, vibrant and truly multicultural, London is a megalopolis of people, ideas and frenetic energy. The capital and largest city of both England and of the United Kingdom, it is also the largest city in Western Europe. Most residents of Greater London are very proud of their capital and the multiculturalism of the city.Situated on the River Thames in South-East England, Greater London has an official population of a little over 8 million. However, London's urban area stretched to 9,787,426 in 2011, while the figure of 14 million for the city's wider metropolitan area more accurately reflects its size and importance. Considered one of the world's leading "global cities", London remains an international capital of culture, music, education, fashion, politics, finance and trade.London's vast urban area is often described using a set of district names, such as Bloomsbury, Mayfair, Wembley and Whitechapel. These are either informal designations, reflect the names of villages that have been absorbed by sprawl, or are superseded administrative units such as parishes or former boroughs.Such names have remained in use through tradition, each referring to a local area with its own distinctive character, but without official boundaries. Since 1965 Greater London has been divided into 32 London boroughs in addition to the ancient City of London. The City of London is the main financial district, and Canary Wharf has recently developed into a new financial and commercial hub in the Docklands to the east.The West End is London's main entertainment and shopping district, attracting tourists. West London includes expensive residential areas where properties can sell for tens of millions of pounds. The average price for properties in Kensington and Chelsea is over £2 million, with a similarly high outlay in most of central London.The East End is the area closest to the original Port of London, known for its high immigrant population, as well as for being one of the poorest areas in London. The surrounding East London area saw much of London's early industrial development; now, brownfield sites throughout the area are being redeveloped as part of the Thames Gateway including the London Riverside and Lower Lea Valley, which was developed into the Olympic Park for the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.Contact Euroresales Ltd for more information.

M2: 65 - Price: £497,000

Apartment, London, Sale - London (Greater London)

An amazing two bedroom apartment on the third floor (with lift) of this fine white stucco fronted period conversion. Of particular note are the six windows over looking the stunning communal gardens of Eaton Square.The property is located at the favoured western end of Eaton Square, close to Sloane Square and the world famous King’s Road. The security in Eaton Square is managed by a dedicated Grosvenor Estate team who patrol the square 24 hours a day.

M2: 90 - Price: £3,705,160

House - Villa, Liverpool, Sale - Liverpool (Merseyside)

Euroresales Property ID-9825653Property and Complex Information: Queensland Place is a state-of-the-art purpose-built student accommodation built in 2016 located at a short 2-minute walk from the University of Liverpool and LJMU campuses. Situated in the heart of Liverpool’s student community, Queensland Place has a wealth of amenities, social activities and dynamic facilities nearby.The accomodation comprises of 25 studio appartments, 73 cluster units each offering between 4-7 bedrooms and 374 en suite rooms. 100 Queensland Place is a ground floor studio appartment fully furnished with high spec en-suite shower room. It benefits from good levels of natural light through the use of floor to ceiling glazing. It comes with a double bed, large double wardrobe, desk and chair. Features/Facilities: Onsite GymResidents LaundryGames Room24-Hour ConciergeMedia RoomRelaxation LoungeSecure Bike StorageThe Cluster common room includesFully fitted kitchenIntegrated oven, hob and extractor fanFridge Freezer (x 2 for clusters of 5 or more people)Smart TV/ TV stand in living areaDining table and chairs2 x sofas in living areaAbout the Area:Liverpool is a city and metropolitan borough in Merseyside, England. As of 2018, the population is approximately 494,814. Liverpool is the ninth-largest English district by population, and the largest in Merseyside and the Liverpool City Region. It lies within the United Kingdom's sixth-most populous urban area. Liverpool's metropolitan area is the fifth-largest in the United Kingdom, with a population of 2.24 million.Liverpool is on the eastern side of the Mersey Estuary, and historically lay within the ancient hundred of West Derby in the southwest of the county of Lancashire in North West England. It became a borough in 1207 and a city in 1880. In 1889, it became a county borough independent of Lancashire. Its growth as a major port was paralleled by the expansion of the city throughout the Industrial Revolution. Along with handling general cargo, freight, and raw materials such as coal and cotton, the city merchants were involved in the Atlantic slave trade. In the 19th century, it was a major port of departure for English and Irish emigrants to North America. Liverpool was home to both the Cunard and White Star Line, and was the port of registry of the ocean liners RMS Titanic, RMS Lusitania, RMS Queen Mary, and RMS Olympic.Contact Euroresales Ltd for more information.

- Price: £54,000

House - Villa, Rothesay, Sale - Rothesay (Argyll and Bute)

Stunning Two Bedroom Townhouse For Sale on the Island of Bute Euroresales Property ID- 9825517 Property Information: This stunning two bedroom townhouse is situated on the small island of Bute in Northern Scotland. The house consists of a comfortable open-plan living room with some breath-taking views of the sea, as well as a well fitted kitchen, hallways with original arches and flourishes, a spacious master bedroom and a bright and roomy second bedroom as well as a three piece shower room. Situated on the Harbour front, from the very front door this property boasts stunning views of the coast. This location is home to both Royal Charters, and with Princess Diana visiting the island herself, it really puts this town on the map. Lining the street of this conservation area are original Victorian lamp posts with the coat of arms, an asset to this gorgeous area. With close proximity to schools, shops and other local amenities, residents have all they could need right at their fingertips. Moving around the island couldn't be easier, with good roads covering the land, as well as the ferry port being just a stones throw away for access to the main land. Features/Facilities: 2 Bedrooms Three piece Shower Room Well fitted Kitchen Hallways with original arches Breath Taking Sea Views About the Area: The Isle of Bute, is an island in the Firth of Clyde in Scotland, United Kingdom. It is divided into highland and lowland areas by the Highland Boundary Fault. Formerly a constituent island of the larger County of Bute, it is now part of the council area of Argyll and Bute. Bute's resident population was 6,498 in 2011, a decline of just over 10% from the figure of 7,228 recorded in 2001 against a background of Scottish island populations as a whole growing by 4% to 103,702 for the same period. Bute lies in the Firth of Clyde. The only town on the island, Rothesay, (NS087645) is linked by ferry to the mainland. To its north is the coastal village of Port Bannatyne; hamlets on the island include Ascog, Kilchattan Bay, Kerrycroy and Kingarth. The interior of the island is hilly, though not mountainous, with conifer plantations and some uncultivated land, particularly in the north. The highest point is Windy Hill at 278 metres (912 ft). The centre of the island contains most of the cultivated land, while the island's most rugged terrain is found in the far south around Glen Callum. Loch Fad is Bute's largest body of freshwater and runs along the fault line. The western side of Bute is known for its beaches, many of which enjoy fine views over the Sound of Bute towards Arran and Bute's smaller satellite island Inchmarnock. Hamlets on the western side of the island include Straad, around St. Ninian's Bay, and Kildavanan on Ettrick Bay. In the north, Bute is separated from the Cowal peninsula by the Kyles of Bute. The northern part of the island is more sparsely populated, and the ferry terminal at Rhubodach connects the island to the mainland at Colintraive by the smaller of the island's two ferries. The crossing is one of the shortest, less than 300 metres (330 yd), and takes only a few minutes but is busy because many tourists prefer the scenic route to the island. North Bute forms part of the Kyles of Bute National Scenic Area, one of 40 in Scotland. Contact Euroresales Ltd for more information.

- Price: £150,000

Apartment, London, Sale - London (Greater London)

A truly amazing brand new two bedroom, two bathroom apartment situated on the ground floor. Finished to high standard and 10 year build zone warranty.Gwendwr Road is one of the best streets in West Kensington and is within three hundred yards to either Barons Court or West Kensington stations. Within twenty minutes walk to the heart of Kensington High Street.

M2: 61 - Price: £781,035

House - Villa, Burnley, Sale - Burnley (Lancashire)

Beautiful 2 Bedroom House For Sale in Burnley Lancashire Euroresales Property ID- 9825505 Property Information: Excellent Investment property for sale, with long term tenant in-situ. This two bedroom mid-terrace house, perfect for an investor looking to add a high-yield property to their portfolio. Internally, you are greeted with a spacious lounge, moving through to the open plan kitchen/dining room with wall and base units, freestanding appliances and complimentary worktops. Moving up the staircase to the first floor, you will find two good sized double bedrooms offering plenty of natural light. Also on this floor, there is a family bathroom with both a shower and bath. Externally to the front of the property, there is a small path leading round to the front door, with access to the garden. Moving round to the rear, you will find a parking area with plenty of space, a small garden that has been laid with some flagging for outdoor dining. The property is positioned within a sought after residential area of Burnley, with motorway access to local towns and cities on your doorstep. This is a must view property to appreciate the quality and spacious living on offer and is being presented to the market with no onward chain. Extra Features/Facilities: 2 Bedrooms Fully Refurbished Close to all Amenities Great Transport Links Central Heating Double Glazing Street Parking About the Area: Burnleyis a town in Lancashire, England, with a 2001 population of 73,021. It is 21 miles (34 km) north of Manchester and 20 miles (32 km) east of Preston, at the confluence of the River Calder and River Brun. The town is located near countryside to the south and east, with the smaller towns of Padiham and Nelson to the west and north respectively. It has a reputation as a regional centre of excellence for the manufacturing and aerospace industries. The town began to develop in the early medieval period as a number of farming hamlets surrounded by manor houses and royal forests, and has held a market for more than 700 years. During the Industrial Revolution it became one of Lancashire's most prominent mill towns; at its peak it was one of the world's largest producers of cotton cloth, and a major centre of engineering. Burnley has retained a strong manufacturing sector, and has strong economic links with the cities of Manchester and Leeds, as well as neighbouring towns along the M65 corridor. In 2013, in recognition of its success, Burnley received an Enterprising Britain award from the UK Government, for being the "Most Enterprising Area in the UK". For the first time in more than fifty years, a direct train service now operates between the town's Manchester Road railway station and Manchester's Victoria station, via the newly restored Todmorden Curve, which opened in May 2015. Contact Euroresales Ltd for more information.

- Price: £67,500

House - Villa, Bognor Regis, Sale - United Kingdom (UK)

Beautiful 2 Bedroom Bungalow For Sale in Bersted Sussex EnglandAddress: Romney Broad Walk, Bersted, Bognor Regis, PO22The Price in GPB is £330,000Euroresales Property ID- 9825765 Property Information:This deceptively spacious bungalow has undergone a recent refurbishment to a very high specification with restored woodblock flooring to the sitting room and quality wooden flooring throughout the principal rooms. The kitchen has underfloor heating.The accommodation briefly comprises, a welcoming and spacious entrance hall, an open plan sitting/dining area with patio doors to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with cream 'Shaker' style units with a woodblock island/breakfast bar and butler sink, integral fridge/freezer and space for a Range cooker. There is a separate utility room and access to a side porch.The master bedroom suite has a dressing area, which leads through to a contemporary style en-suite shower room with vanity unit, WC and basin and there are patio doors opening onto the rear garden. To the front of the bungalow, there is a generous size second bedroom and a contemporary family bathroom with panel bath and additional hidden storage, shower over the bath and a vanity basin and WC unit.The rear garden has a patio area adjacent to the bungalow and a central lawn with established borders. To the front, there is a driveway leading through to the integral garage and small garden enclosed by hedging.The property is offered with no forward chain and vacant possession.Features/Facilities:2 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms Semi-DetachedRecently Refurbished Open Plan Living AccommodationIntegral Garage Private GardensAbout the Area: The property is located north of the town centre, in a popular residential area conveniently located for the Bersted parade of shops and Tesco Express. Ideally situated for the Regis Academy and the Arena Leisure Centre. Bus services pass nearby that give access to the town of Bognor Regis and also the Cathedral City of Chichester.Bognor Regis is a town and seaside resort in West Sussex on the south coast of England, 55.5 miles (89 km) south-west of London, 24 miles (39 km) west of Brighton, 5.81 miles (9 km) south-east of Chichester and 16 miles (26 km) east of Portsmouth. Other nearby towns include Littlehampton east-north-east and Selsey to the south-west. The nearby villages of Felpham, and Aldwick are now suburbs of Bognor Regis, along with those of North and South Bersted. The population of the Bognor Regis built-up area, including Felpham and Aldwick, was 63,855 at the 2011 census.A seaside resort was developed by Sir Richard Hotham in the late 18th century on what was a sandy, undeveloped coastline. It has been claimed that Hotham and his new resort are portrayed in Jane Austen's unfinished novel Sanditon. The resort grew slowly in the first half of the 19th century but grew rapidly following the coming of the railway in 1864. In 1929 the area was chosen by advisors to King George V which led to its regal suffix, by royal consent. Butlin's has been present in the town since the early 1930s when an amusement park and zoo were opened. A holiday camp followed in 1960 and this has more recently moved towards hotel accommodation with modern amenities.Contact Euroresales Ltd for more information.

- Price: £371,000

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