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Maison Real Estate are pleased to offer for sale this investment opportunity comprising a three bedroom mid terraced property within Moy village. The property is currently fully let and producing an income of £520 per calendar month. Please note the property is part of a larger mixed use investment opportunity comprising of 25 properties, three of which are commercial and twenty two residential, all located in the Moy village, Dungannon, Co. Tyrone. The portfolio is currently fully let and managed and produces an annual gross rent in excess of £130000pa. Bids welcome individually or as a whole. For more details contact Jeremy at Maison Real Estate on 02887880080.
20 Killyman Street
The subject is situated close to Moy village centre and on the Western side of Killyman Street which runs North from the village ‘square’. Killyman Street provides a mixture of small commercial units and terraced houses although the commercial units appear to be converted former housing stock in most cases. We note that a retail unit adjoins the subject to the South whilst a similar terraced house adjoins to the North. A Hair Salon lies directly opposite on Killyman Street. Further residential housing is situated north and on the streets which lie to both the western and eastern side of Killyman Street. The location of the subject in relation to the local area is highlighted by way of maps which are attached to the rear of this Property Schedule.
Site Area: 0.008 hectare (0.02 acre)
The subject is a mid-terrace townhouse of traditional mortar construction. The house is set under a pitched roof of natural slate and has a roughcast render to the external walls. A red brick chimney stack intersects the roof at its most Southerly point. A small concrete patio area is contained to the rear of the main structure and a separate small ‘boiler house’ is situated to the rear of same. Fenestration comprises double glazed with u.P.V.C frame in all but the kitchen window, which is single glazed and timber frame.