Chester, CH1 3HP | Investment Property for Sale | VES-CH1-001

Opportunity to purchase an apartment in Chester generating £5,980 rent pa & gross yield of 7.5%


Student studio apartment




Based on

deposit: £20,000

stamp duty: £2,400

mortgage fees: £1,500

conveyancing fees: £1,000






The property







0 bedrooms

1 bathroom

1 reception room


Fully Furnished

Please note that this property is for cash buyers only due to the low value

Leasehold information

  • Length of lease: 250 years
  • Year lease started: tbc
  • Years left on lease: tbc
  • Service charge: tbc
  • Ground rent review period: tbc
  • Service charge review period: tbc

Property information

  • Located on level 3
  • Self-contained student studio apartment comprising:
    • Double bed
    • Built-in wardrobe
    • Study table and chair
    • TV
    • Wifi
    • Fully fitted kitchen
    • Ensuite bathroom
  • We have been advised that an EWS1 certificate is not required due to the building materials used
  • EPC rating B
  • Council tax band A

Rental information

  • Monthly rental income: £498.33
  • Annual rental income: £5,979.96

Location information

  • The property is located just outside the city centre of Chester, with all amenities on the doorstep
  • Chester railway station is a 10-minute walk away
  • The university can also be reached in 15 minutes on foot


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About Chester, Cheshire

Chester is a cathedral city in Cheshire, in the north-west of England and close to the border with Wales. It lies around 7 miles south of Ellesmere Port, 17 miles south of Birkenhead, 20 miles south of Liverpool and 14 miles north of Wrexham.

There are a number of major roads going through and past Chester such as the M53 motorway towards the Wirral Peninsula and Liverpool, the M56 motorway to Manchester, the A55 which runs along the Welsh coast to Holyhead and the A483 which links the city to Wrexham and Swansea.

Chester railway station runs services by Avanti West Coast, Merseyrail, Northern and Transport for Wales. Scheduled Avanti West Coast trains run to London Euston and Holyhead, Merseyrail trains run to Liverpool, Northern trains run to Manchester Piccadilly and Leeds, and Transport for Wales trains run to Liverpool Lime Street, Manchester Airport, Crewe, Birmingham New Street, Cardiff Central, Llandudno and Holyhead.

There are a large number of attractions in Chester and the city walls are one of them. Aside from a 100m section the Grade I listed walls are almost complete, measuring almost 2km, making Chester one of the best-preserved walled cities in Britain. Other prominent buildings include the Rows, Chester Town Hall, Chester Cathedral, the Roman amphitheatre and Chester Castle. Steeped in long history there are many visitors tours to choose from including walking tours, bus tours and even a river cruise. Chester Zoo is another great attraction for the whole family year-round and lies to the east of the city.

For any outdoor lovers there is the Cheshire Peak District with almost 100 square miles of nature including parts of the Peak District National Park. One can find a large choice of walking trails including the 35 miles Gritstone Trail, as well as several unique market towns and 7 National Trust properties.

Any shopping needs can be satisfied with a visit to the High Street, especially the Rows, as well as the two main shopping centres The Grosvenor Shopping Centre and the Forum.

Chester’s economy is largely made up of service industries such as tourism, retail, public administration and financial services. Some of the financial services employers include Bank of America, MBNA, NFU Mutual, Lloyds Bank, Virgin Money, Quilter, Diner’s Club and M&S Bank. Other large employers include the University of Chester and the Countess of Chester Hospital.

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