Below Market Value Property in Ashford, Kent 20/07/2012
18% Below Market Value Property In Ashford, Kent
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A two bedroom mid-terrace house with modern fitted kitchen and bathroom, extended lounge and seperate dining room. The property has a paved rear garden backing onto open playing fields and has the added benefits of double glazing, gas-central heating and an allocated parking space.
Purchase Price: £145,000
Estimated Discount: £30,000
Estimated Rental Yield: 5.7%
Rental Estimate: £700 pcm
Estimated Solicitor Cost: £1,000
Ashford is a town in the borough of Ashford in Kent, England. In 2005 it was voted the fourth-best place to live in the United Kingdom.It lies on the Great Stour river, the M20 motorway, and the South Eastern Main Line and High Speed 1 railways. Its agricultural market is one of the most important in the county. Ashford is a relatively common English placename: it goes back to Old English æscet, indicating a ford near a clump of ash-trees.
As a market town, Ashford has for centuries been a local communications hub for surrounding villages and has stood at the centre of five railway lines, (Ashford to Ramsgate (via Canterbury West) line, Swanley to Ashford (via Maidstone East) Line, South Eastern Main Line, Kent Coast Line and the Marshlink Line) since the 19th century. With the opening of the international passenger station is now an important European communications centre, with new lines running between London and the Channel Tunnel (via High Speed 1).
Other Properties That Have Sold In The Area
Property Type: Semi-Detached
Date Sold: 4th May 2012
Property Type: Terraced House
Date Sold: 13th April 2012
Property type: Terraced House
Date Sold: 8th March 2012
This information gives an idication of prices achieved within the area. The most up to date information available to us is used but do be aware that some transactions may be quite historic.