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2 bedroom terraced house for sale

4 Ninth Street, Blackhall, Colliery

Withdrawn from Market £29,950

Property Description

Full description

2-bedroom mid terrace house having recently undergone major refurbishment.

The property is freehold.

The property briefly comprises of entrance hall with stairs to first floor 2 reception rooms, kitchen, and bathroom

First floor landing, 2 bedrooms

The property is in a good area for rental properties and for first time buyers.

Rental figures
This property is let at £4,440 per annum which is £375 per month. This gives a yield of 14.1%.

Refurbishment Work

Currently occupied
Refurbishment of Kitchen
Good Condition

Details of the Area
Blackhall Colliery is a village on the North Sea Coast of County Durham it is situation on the A1086 between Howden and Hartlepool. Built around the once extensive mining industry Blackhall’s colliery closed in 1981.
There is now an industrial estate built over part of the old colliery buildings. After the mines closed down the once busy village became economically challenged. As time has passed other industries have begun to emerge to once again create employment in the area.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
22 January 2018

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