Offers Over, £195,000
24 Harrowden Road, Inverness, Highland
CCL Property Ltd is delighted to offer for sale 24 Harrowden Road, a 3 bedroom two storey flat. Currently utilised as a self-catering accommodation the property is in excellent order throughout and offers an attractive investment opportunity to both landlords and developers to either be retained as a self-catering flat or be developed into a pleasant residential dwelling.
First floor flat
Spacious and bright accommodation
Well decorated and maintained
City Centre 0.5 miles
Buy to Let Investment
West of the river Ness, Harrowden Road is a pleasant residential location consisting of a number of large traditional Victorian stone properties in addition to smaller bungalows and townhouses. It is easily accessed from The A82 due to its proximity to Telford roundabout and the city centre can be reached in 10 minutes by foot. Harrowden Road offers a prime trading location with a number of Guest Houses and B&Bs operating successfully in the area. Inverness is commonly regarded as both the commercial and tourist capital of the Highlands and provides a range of amenities, shopping facilities and leisure services for tourists and locals alike. There is a global market for tourism in Inverness and the surrounding Highlands and as such many visitors seek accommodation within the city. Similarly a number of commercial developments across the energy, construction and tourism sectors have attracted a large number of workers to the area in search of employment and temporary accommodation. Transport is excellent with Inverness having a central railway station offering direct transport across Scotland and a dedicated sleeper service to London. Inverness airport 8 miles to the North East of Inverness offers a number of domestic and European flights whilst the A82 or A9 both offer direct roads to the North and South.
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