Apartment 108, Centenary Mill Court, New Hall Lane, Preston PR1 5JH, UK
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Sutton Kersh - Auctions Agent Valuation of this property is £52,000
A two bedroomed third floor duplex apartment benefiting from double glazing, electric heating and on site parking. The proeprty would be suitable for occupation or investment purposes with a potential rental incoem of approximately £7,200 per annum.
Please note this is a cash buy only.
Fronting New Hall Lane in a popular city centre location within walking distance to amenities and transport links
Flat - Hall, Open Plan Lounge/Dining/Kitchen, Bedroom, Bathroom/WC
Mezzanine Level - Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room/WC
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