Hale Road, Hale Village, Cheshire, L24

£695,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
STUNNING FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED HOUSE THAT CAN BE PURCHASED AS A HOME OR HOLIDAY LET INVESTMENT

Available as a standard purchase or as it’s current use as a going concern successful short-term accommodation fully furnished holiday-let investment (furnishings included in the sale).

Turnkey Investment Opportunity

Yield 9% - Scope for increased yield by conversion of triple garage. 

Visitor Economy: North-West property market delivers rising rental yields and the fastest appreciating property market in the UK (Aug 2019, Source: Hometrack). 

The tax benefits of investing in short term accommodation are that section 24 doesn’t apply and small business relief on business rates. 

Situated on a quiet country lane, on the outskirts of the rural village of Hale, in Merseyside, is this quintessentially English cottage.

A chocolate-box property boasting lovely period features, including a traditional Norfolk reed thatched roof set in ever-changing landscaped gardens, with a plethora of colour making it an ideal place to sit out of an afternoon or early morning with a refreshing beverage.

Step into the spacious lounge, where you can spend your evening with your loved ones relaxing in front of the TV and can catch up with all your favourite shows, with the delightful warming wood burner to keep you toasty during those chilly evenings.

The dining area also houses a wood burner, so you can have family gatherings at the table over a hearty meal and a glass of chilled wine, as you catch up on the day's events.

The kitchen has been fitted to a high standard and houses a range of contemporary appliances, so you can easily rustle up a delicious meal.

Resting alongside the lounge is a spacious king-size bedroom, boasting an en-suite shower room, ideal for those with limited mobility.

The first floor offers three further bedrooms, a super king-size, king-size and a double, while the master offers an en-suite bathroom with deluxe fixtures and fittings, so you can enjoy a relaxing soak in the tub after a long day sightseeing.

Hale Village is ideally placed within reach of the thriving city centre of Liverpool, boasting its historic Royal Albert Dock, dating back to the Victorian era and Grade I listed, a lively place with a selection of pubs and restaurants for fine dining, not to mention the famous Tate museum.

Inside, you will find a range of contemporary art from well-known artists, with themed displays that change regularly.

Venture towards the magnificent Cavern Club, an intimate local pub with associations to the Beatles, still popular to this day and continually hosting live-acts.

The city is home to two football stadiums, Goodison Park and Anfield, if you're in the area when a football match is on, or you can delight in the nearby historic buildings of St George's Hall, the Merseyside Maritime Museum and the Walker Art Gallery, with so much history inside, you won't want to leave!

If you fancy a day at the beach, then travel into the lovely peninsula of Wirral, resting on the other side of the River Mersey, to New Brighton Beach, which boasts a lengthy promenade, which would be perfect for those keen walkers and cyclists, with stunning sea views reaching across to the distant Liverpool City Centre.

Also nearby is Formby Beach, Halebank duck decoy for those who are keen bird watchers, is on the Pennine Way for ramblers, and close to Hale Shore beach/lighthouse.

You are within reach of Aintree racecourse and the thriving cities of Chester and Manchester also hosting a number of attractions.

Underlea is the perfect choice for those looking to explore the wonderfully historic city centre of Liverpool and the picturesque peninsula of Wirral.

Summary

Four bedrooms: 1 x ground floor king size and 2 person sofa bed with en-suite shower, basin and WC, 1 x first floor super king-size with en-suite bath, shower, basin and WC, first floor 1 x king-size and 1x double

Bathroom with bath, walk-in shower, basin and WC

Ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC

Kitchen

Dining room with electric wood burner

Sitting room with electric wood burner

 Utility

 Brand new Boiler / Gas central heating

 Oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, toaster, kettle, dishwasher, washing machine, TV with Freeview, WiFi

 Off-road parking for four cars

 Enclosed landscaped extensive front and rear gardens

Leasehold includes for a peppercorn annual ground rent which is not collected notionally included in the leasehold. All details available from Saville’s Freehold Manager. Over 900 years remaining on leasehold. Forward Bookings to August 2020 confirmed.

Visitor Economy Data for Investors 

Liverpool city region welcomed 67.3m visitors in 2018 – a 5% increase on 2017 – with Liverpool alone seeing 38m visitors thanks to events such as the Giants.

Events such as the return of the Giants and the Terracotta Warriors exhibition have helped push Liverpool city region’s visitor economy close to the £5bn mark.

In 2018 the city region, covering Liverpool, Wirral, Sefton, Knowsley, Halton and St Helens, welcomed 67.3m visitors – a 5% increase on 2017 and was worth more than £4.9bn, up from £4.3bn the previous year. The number of day visitors was up 5.1% to 61m and staying visitors up 3.8% to 5.5m.

October’s return of the Giants, Liverpool’s Dream, saw 1.3m people flock to locations in Liverpool and Wirral  and generated more than £60m for Liverpool Visitor Economy

Figures from the research commissioned by the Visitor Economy Team at Liverpool City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) show the city region visitor economy now supports more than 57,000 jobs – a year-on-year increase of 6.7%.

Another highlight from the report was the 5.9% increase in those people staying in serviced accommodation to 2.8m – the economic impact from this alone rising by 6.4% and for the first time hit over £1bn.

Liverpool alone saw a 7.4% increase in visitor numbers – up to 38m – and a 5% increase in the number of staying visitors, up to 2.7m. This includes a 6% increase in serviced accommodation days. One of the big drivers of staying visitor number is Premier League and Champions League football.

The wider benefit of this growth to the city is an 8.4% rise in jobs to almost 38,000 with an overall economic impact of £3.3bn – a 10% rise on 2017.

Upward trajectory

The report also showed that during the past five years there has been a 28% growth in the economic value of the visitor economy to the Liverpool city region, rising from £3.83bn to £4.93bn – this is equivalent to an average growth of around 5% per year.

Over the same period there has been an increase in the number of day and staying visitors, rising annually from 58.72m in 2014 to 67.38m by 2018.

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