For sale by Unconditional Online Auction.
On behalf of Philip Ellis whitefield
Mixed Use -Public House and Studio apartment to the ground floor and 7 studio Apartments to the first floor. Fabulous project, viewings highly recommended.
We are delighted to offer to the market this outstanding detached mixed use property located in Radcliffe, Manchester. The Ground floor is currently a public house and can continue to be used as a pub, one bed studio flat to the ground floor and to the first floor there are seven studio apartments. The property is close to local amenities, and Bury Town Centre. This is a fabulous project and viewing is highly recommended.
Currently configured as follows:
The ground floor has a fully working public house, which is not affiliated to any brewery (free house) and could be continued to be used as a pub if required. The ground floor also has one studio flat to the rear. There is an additional two rooms, that were originally part of the pub currently unused. A small conservatory is access by French doors off this room.
The first floor is converted into seven studio apartments, all of which have ensuite and kitchen facilities. The current owner lets these studio apartments on a short-term basis, and the current tenants could be retained if required. Rent schedule can be provided upon request.
The second floor has had a partial renovation including new wiring, windows, bathrooms and kitchen. Currently it is a three-bedroom two bathroom apartment, which requires some finishing off such as cosmetics and flooring.
It has masses of potential to be developed into one bed flats or keeping the studio style of apartment another potential two/three could be added on the ground floor where the pub is.
We expect potential income to be if developed into six one/two beds and the penthouse to be approx. £4800 a month.
EPC Rating: D
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Auction type- Unconditional with Variable Fee
If you are the highest bidder, you must exchange legally binding contracts for the sale when the auction for the property comes to an end. You must then pay the applicable fees and deposit. You must complete the sale within 20 business days unless the Special Conditions of Sale contained within the Legal Pack state otherwise.
The following non-refundable fees apply:
Buyer’s Fee- payable on exchange of contracts. This is calculated as a percentage of the actual purchase price of the property. Either:
(a) 4.8% (including VAT) of the purchase price, for properties up to and including £250,000
(b) 3.6% (including VAT) of the purchase price for properties sold for over £250,000
The Buyer’s Fee is subject always to a minimum of £6,000 (including VAT). The Buyer’s Fee does not contribute to the purchase price.
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Buyer’s Fee of £7,200- 4.8% of guide price
Deposit of £7,500- 5% of the guide price
As the actual purchase price amounted to £170,000, after the auction, you will be required to pay the following additional amounts on top of the initial payment:
£960 for Buyer’s Fee shortfall (£8160 due as 4.8% of actual purchase price)
£1,000 for Deposit shortfall (£8500 due as 5% of actual purchase price)
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