Updated: Aug 18
Ludgrove has sourced an opportunity to bulk buy 13 Apartments in Prime Central London at a c20% discount, representing a c£3m saving. The flats are showing a c4% rental yield or a 20% rental premium to the average Prime Central London property (3.3%). The Buyer will also benefit from Multiple Dwelling Relief saving around £1m in Stamp Duty taxes.
The units are in a good condition and are part of a new build development having been constructed in the last few years. Key features include:
Luxury fit out: underfloor heating, air cooling, Miele appliances & ceiling speakers.
Private spa and gym
24 hour concierge
Excellent transport links
The apartments also have good capital growth potential. They are located within close proximity to two significant prime London developments that are set to transform the area and property prices over the coming years. The Buyer will be purchasing around £1,200 psf which represents excellent value for Prime London.
If you have any questions on this opportunity or would like to find out more about how we can help you access the Prime Central London market, feel free to get in touch. As well as executing searches and acquisitions on behalf of individuals Ludgrove acts on behalf of large Investors, Family Offices and Institutions.
Ludgrove Property Ltd
Friday 4th January, 2019
Tel: +44 (0)207 889 2860
Please Note: This article and our appraisals should only be used as a guide. All numbers are estimates and we advise Buyers to seek their own independent advice before committing to a purchase. For commercial reasons we have redacted sensitive information. Any images are of similar properties.
Biography: Fraser Slater is the CEO and Founder of Ludgrove Property. Prior to Ludgrove Fraser spent 20 years in The City. In the course of his career he was a Real Estate Analyst, the Fund Manager of a £6bn Equity portfolio for USS Ltd and the Founder and CEO of WDB Capital, a London based Fund Management business. In 2008 WDB Capital outperformed its peer group by +52% making Fraser's portfolio one of Europe's best performing Funds during the Financial Crisis. In the same year his Fund was nominated New Fund of the Year by EuroHedge. After leaving The City, Fraser developed property in Chelsea. He started Ludgrove with an ambition to be Prime London's leading Property Buying agency with an emphasis on original research and delivering a highly value-added service to clients.
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