stamp duty: £24,150
mortgage fees: £1,500
conveyancing fees: £6,000
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This is a unique opportunity to purchase a ready-made Yorkshire portfolio.
Made up of 6 units comprising:
The properties are spread over 3 towns as follows:
EPC ratings C, D & E
Aggregate rental income: £3,083 pcm; £36,996 pa Aggregate rental yield: 4.6%
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Barnsley, South Yorkshire
Barnsley is a large town in South Yorkshire situated halfway between Leeds and Sheffield accessible via junctions 36, 37 and 38 of the M1 motorway. The town center lies on the west bank of the Dearne Valley, offering stunning surroundings.
Barnsley is a characterful town in the heart of Yorkshire, offering a variety of entertainment opportunities such as The Parkway Cinema complex, rich history reflected in the historic buildings and events in the Cannon Hall and leisure and sports facilities.
Some of Barnsley’s big employers are Asos, global manufacturer Esco, Warwick Ward Ltd, XPO Logistics, Barnsley Council and many more.
Doncaster, South Yorkshire
Doncaster is located on the A1 and M18 motorways and is within 20 minutes of the key M1 and M62 motorways.
The town is about 17 miles north-east of Sheffield, and is served by an international airport, Doncaster Sheffield Airport in Finningley. Doncaster train station links the town to the major cities of London, York, Leeds, Sheffield, Manchester, Newcastle and further North. The East Coast Main Line is linking England’s and Scotland’s capital and passing directly through Doncaster.
Doncaster is a historic market town and renowned for its horse racing, rich railway heritage and its wealth of Georgian and Regency architecture. Some of the iconic landmarks are Conisbrough Castle, an English Heritage site; Brodsworth Hall; Doncaster Market with some 400 shops, stalls and stands; the Corn Exchange, a Victorian listed house offering a wide range of quality retailers; Doncaster Minster, a Grade 1 listed building standing in the heart of the town; and Cast, Doncaster’s flagship theatre which is home to world-class entertainment.
Furthermore, there are a few large employers based in Doncaster such as Polypipe International, Trackwork and DFS (formerly Northern Upholstery) who still have their head office here and many more.
Wakefield, West Yorkshire
Wakefield is a cathedral city in West Yorkshire on the eastern edge of the Pennines.
Wakefield is very well connected with the intersection of the M1 and M62 motorways nearby, connecting it with London to Leeds and Liverpool to Hull respectively. The A61, A638 and A642 roads cross here and the A636 and A650 roads start in the city. Leeds Bradford Airport is around 19 miles north of the city.
The city has two railway stations, one is Wakefield Kirkgate station which lies on the Hallam, Pontefract and Huddersfield lines. It also runs some services to London King’s Cross. Wakefield Westgate station runs services to Leeds, Doncaster as well as stations towards London King’s Cross. Other train services go to Newcastle, Edinburgh, Birmingham and the South West. There are limited trains to Sheffield, Derby and Leicester. Trains to London take less than two hours.
Wakefield has a lot to offer for all ages such as The Hepworth Wakefield, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, National Coal Mining Museum for England, National Trust Nostell, Pontefract Castle. Other adventurous activities include windsurfing across the lake at Pugneys Country Park, Gravity Trampoline Park or the snow slopes at Snozone.
For outdoor enthusiasts there are 69 managed parks and wildlife areas in the district, perfect for cycling, walking and wildlife spotting. In 2017 Wakefield was ranked as the tenth-fastest growing city economy in the UK. Part of the success is credited to the city’s location, with excellent transport links, ongoing regeneration and popular tourist attractions. A push to further develop the education sector is expected to bring further boost to the city.
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