Muller Road, City of Bristol, Bristol BS7
Ref No: KE003-LI-SA222
Fantastic 3 bedroom house with great potential
55 Muller Road will make an excellent family home, it is currently let and for anyone looking to buy this as an investment the property offers plenty of potential to increase the current rental income of £13,800 per annum to a minimum of £18,000 pa. A rise of over 20%
Muller road was built in the 1930s. It is situated with easy access to the ever popular Gloucester Road. It is also within striking distance of the M4/M5 interchange.
The house is within the catchment area of Ashley Down Primary School which OFFSTED has rated as “Outstanding”. For secondary schooling Fairfield High is less than half a mile away and was deemed officially “Good” by OFSTED in January 2018
The house itself has 3 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms a kitchen and family bathroom. There is an excellent garden (30m x 6m) with a large free standing outbuilding (5.5m x 3.2m) which would make a good workshop or office for anyone who wants to work from home.
Living Room (4.7 x 3.6 max)
A delightful light room with bay window. The room has laminate flooring and there is a flame effect gas fire in the fireplace. Used by the current tenants as both a living and dining area, it really lends itself as a family living room
Dining Room (3.65m x 3.45m max)
At the rear of the property with views over the garden. This room is currently being used as a bedroom by the current tenants (See buy to let information) There is wooden flooring and a feature fireplace.
Kitchen (3.10 x 1.95)
Wooden door leads into kitchen. Matching wall and base units with tiled splash backs.
Gas oven with hob and extractor fan above. There is a space for a washing machine. Wooden flooring. UPVC double glazed window looks into conservatory.
Currently under-utilized this room has loads of potential as a family room or as by linking it with the kitchen to offer a kitchen/diner
Bedroom 1 (3.95 X 3.65 MAX)
At the rear of the property overlooking the garden this room offers plenty of potential, with its wooden floors and delightful outlook.
Bedroom 2 (4.05 x 3.35)
At the front of the property with a built in cupboard. This is a light and airy room and would make a great child’s/teenagers room
Bedroom 3 (3.27 x 2.15m)
For buy to let investors this room will take a double bed. For those looking for a family home it will make a perfect nursery or study.
Bathroom (1.87 x 1.82)
A modern bathroom with 3 piece bathroom suite and shower over bath
There is a front garden with chippings and a path. At the rear is a large garden (30m x 6m) currently mostly laid to lawn, this offers a tremendous opportunity for any budding gardener looking to design the garden of their dreams. At the rear of the garden is a wooden shed/garage (5.2 x 3m). This has power and is currently used by the tenants as a rehearsal room. It has plenty of potential as a workshop/craft room or with a little imagination a perfect home office for those wanting to work from home.
Buy to let information
Our client currently rents the property to a group of three who pay £1,150 per calendar month. For the landlord looking to maximize income there is plenty of scope here to do so. By using the dining room as a fourth bedroom. We feel that a rental income of £1,500 could be achieved as a minimum. This is a popular area for renters. Rolls Royce Southmead Hospital and BAE Systems are all local to Muller Rd as is the University of the West of England (UWE). Properties in this location are snapped up and most achieve a premium. If you are looking to maximize your income we would suggest letting the property as an HMO on an individual room basis
55 Muller Road is a rare property in that it offers an opportunity to both the buy to let investor looking for a property with potential and the family looking for a home for the future. It is sure to generate a lot of interest and early viewing is highly recommended.
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