Freehold ground rent investment secured upon 9 self-contained flats with garages
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Flat Lease Term Rent p.a.
Flat 1 & garage 189 years from 1/9/1985 £125 (doubling every 33 years)
Flat 2 & garage 99 years from 1/9/1985 £120 (doubling to £240 in 2051)
Flat 3 & garage 189 years from 1/9/1985 £125 (doubling every 33 years)
Flat 4 & garage 189 years from 1/9/1985 £125 (doubling every 33 years)
Flat 5 & garage 189 years from 1/9/1985 £125 (doubling every 33 years)
Flat 6 & garage 99 years from 1/9/1985 £120 (doubling to £240 in 2051)
Flat 7 & garage 129 years from 1/9/1985 £125 (doubling every 33 years)
Flat 8 & garage 99 years from 1/9/1985 £120 (doubling to £240 in 2051)
Flat 9 & garage 189 years from 1/9/1985 £125 (doubling every 33 years)
Total rent reserved £1,110 per annum with valuable reversions of flats 2, 6 & 8 in approximately 62 years
Note: Section 5B public auction notices have been served on the lessees. Copies of these notices are available within the legal packs
EPC Ratings – C, D – Council Tax Band – D
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