Marketed by Bridgfords for £140,000 this well presented, first floor apartment would make an excellent buy to let opportunity and is reasonably priced for the location. Situated close to West Didsbury Metrolink and all the local amenities, this apartment is sure to be popular with young professionals. You could expect a rent of £750pcm giving an annual yield of 6.4% which is a very healthy return on your investment.
Marketed by Northwood for offers in excess of £500,000 this period semi-detached house is on a larger than average plot and has the potential to be converted into multiple apartments subject to planning. There are drawings on the link below for a conversion to 7 flats, they would be situated in a fantastic location just a stone’s throw from the tram and Chorlton centre. This property is in need of a full renovation so is only available to cash buyers but there is definitely some money to be made if you have the budget!
Marketed by Joules for £200,000 this three bedroom semi detached house would be great for a property developer looking for a new project! The house is available to cash buyers only but there is definitely a margin in it, one house on the same road is currently under offer and the marketing price is £299,950. These properties will let for approximately £1,100pcm once refurbished.
Marketed by Gascoigne Halman for £200,000 this three bed terrace is in need of refurbishment but would make an excellent buy to let project. These houses are very popular with families and professionals and achieve rents of approximately £900pcm once refurbished. This would give an annual yield of just over 5% but you will need to factor in the cost of works to the property. Catterick Road is close to great schools, transport links and is just a short stroll from the heart of Didsbury village.
This modern development is incredibly popular due its close proximity to Burton Road and the Metrolink. Marketed by Gascoigne Halman for £270,000 this apartment would make an ideal low maintenance buy to let and would be let in a matter of days. You could expect to achieve a rent of £950pcm giving an annual yield of 4.2%. Properties in this area have increased in value substantially since they were first built and we see the area only increasing in popularity year on year!
After a year off in 2017, many of the gardeners are already thinking of ideas for new plants and designs for the coming year, and are excited at the thought of taking part in another successful charity event for St Ann’s Hospice, and other charities. We expect to have most gardens from previous years taking part, as well as a number of new gardens opening their gates to the public. Expect some art and entertainment too!
This popular community event is due to take place on Sunday, June 17, 2018. If you would like to open your garden, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and the event organisers will be in touch!
The much anticipated Bisque & Beyond has recently taken residence here in the heart of Didsbury village, the former florist shop has been completely transformed by the new owners into a tastefully styled arts and crafts café and is set to open this Spring time!
A truly independent family owned and ran café, it promises to offer a wide range of art projects, from paint a pot to decopatch, clay imprints and commissions, belly casts, personalised gifts and beyond!
We should expect delicious and locally sourced food and drinks, homemade cakes and bakes and a wide range of refreshing beverages, including made to order smoothies and shakes and even local craft ales, there really is something for everyone! This brand new concept café is sure to be a firm favorite amongst young families in the area and a welcomed addition to the village.
Marketed by JP & Brimelow is this well presented flat close to Didsbury village, situated at the end of Whitehall Road these purpose built apartments always rent well and are a stone’s throw from the Metrolink. The flat is on the market for offers in the region of £135,000 and would achieve a rent of £650pcm, this gives an annual yield of 5.7%.
We wanted to take a look at how overall average prices of flats and houses have changed in the last eight months. This is quite a short time frame so there’s a fair bit of volatility from month to month but the story it tells is an interesting one nonetheless.