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5 Hill Street, Inverness, Highland
CCL Property Ltd is delighted to offer for sale 5 Hill Street, a traditional 5 Bedroom stone built property situated within a friendly and central residential area of Inverness. Currently utilised as a self-catering house, the property in its current format encompasses 5 letting rooms and enjoys trade from both workers and tourists throughout the year generating an attractive investment yield. The accommodation is flexible and would suit a variety of accommodation uses.
Traditional stone detached townhouse
Self-catering holiday let accommodation
Strong trading figures and excellent margins
Located on the NC500
Convenient trading location
Well decorated and maintained
City Centre 0.2 miles
Price on Application
East of the river Ness, Hill Street is a quaint residential street 5min walk from the town centre, close to the local services, amenities, restaurants, pubs, theatre and the river Ness creating a prime location for trade. Ardconnel Street, Kingsmills Road and Midmills Road are all within the immediate vicinity and provide convenient routes around the City.
Inverness is the capital of the Highland’s and is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding area with its outstanding scenery, host of activities and historic landmarks. It also offers easy access to the coast, lochs, mountains and glens that help make the Highlands the most dramatic and scenic part of the UK. The City and the greater area boasts the most extensive and diverse tourist trade. Inverness is also the starting point for the lucrative NC500.
Inverness is an important centre for trade and commerce for the wider Highlands and Islands. Many new industries are now being attracted to the city, most notably renewables. It’s connected with the rest of Scotland by major trunk roads and rail services with the Airport providing daily flights to London, Europe and several other locations in the UK and Ireland.
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