Located on The Ridgeway in Romiley is this fully modernised three bedroom end of terrace which is ready to move into. Offering spacious accommodation, a modern fitted kitchen and three well proportioned bedrooms this property would be ideal for a couple or a small family.
Offering to the ground floor; an entrance hallway, large lounge spanning over 18ft in length and a modern fitted kitchen/diner with range cooker, breakfast bar and a separate handy utility area. The first floor offers three well proportioned bedrooms, two doubles and a further large single and a modern fitted bathroom and separate WC.
Externally the property benefits from an easy maintenance landscaped rear garden including a patio area and artificial grass.
This ‘ready to move into’ property will suit a range of tenants and due to the standard its been completed to this would rent out immediately. The rental figure you would look to achieve is £750 pcm giving you a healthy 5.8% yield.
Currently on the market with Purplebricks at £155,000.
Marple Festival of Sport 2018 is an opportunity for the Marple community to get an understanding of what is on offer in the area. Sports clubs will have the chance to promote themselves throughout the 9 day festival. Click on the website to see what you can get involved in.
It was such a shame to hear that Make it Marple had to cancel due to the weather. But it has been rearranged to the 15th April so get it in your diaries because there is gonna be some amazing local trades just check out their facebook page.
I cant believe its our 4th Treasure Hunt on 28th April. We raised over £1,400 last year for Marple Memorial park are we can looking to do the same this year. We had some great prizes last year and the local businesses are already donating some great ones in readiness for this year.
Get the date in your diary! the treasure hunt will be open at 11am – 2pm so get their early!
There is less than two weeks remaining until new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) come into force across England and Wales, and yet more than 400,000 properties currently fail to meet the energy performance standards, which means that many buy-to-let landlords need to take action now if they wish to avoid legal headaches in the near future.
Defining the modern working week in 2018 isn’t a straightforward process. As we embrace technology, the lines between daily commutes to work and working from remote locations become less transparent. From a property perspective, this means people with flexible working patterns can be more selective about the location of their next home. But what does this mean for Marple and Marple Bridge?
Have you ever wondered how many people buy flats in the local area as opposed to houses? Wonder no longer. We’ve done the analysis, which shows the most recent split as well as two years’ worth of quarterly data. This is useful information for anyone with an interest in the local market because it affects the overall market dynamic.
RECENTLY REDUCED IN PRICE giving you a fantastic opportunity to acquire a spacious three bedroom terrace property a stones throw from the centre of Marple.
The property comprises of two spacious and versatile reception rooms, fitted kitchen with ample worktop and storage areas and a handy utility area. The first floor offers two bedrooms, one double and a large single with ample storage cupboards in both. The family bathroom completes the floor. The loft has been converted and would be a superb master bedroom, with skylight and built in wardrobes.
Externally the property provides a rear patio area. The property also comes with two parking permits for the public car park situated across the road.
The property is vacant and ready to rent, the potential yield is 5.5%, this is based on £850 per calendar month.
Currently on the market with Edward Mellor, Marple at £185,000.
The socio-economic profile is a telling measure of the constitution of people in a local market. We have to be careful when talking about the economic profile of local residents because no statistical measure will really illustrate the character of an area. However, we’ve used the governments ‘NS-Sec’ classification data on our area, which defines local residents in those terms.
By looking back over the last eight quarters, it’s quite enlightening to see how average sales prices have changed for individual house types. Obviously the bigger types sell for more, but the quarter-on-quarter changes tell an interesting story.