The first investment is a group of three commercial units on Bonville Road Trading Estate, part of the Brislington Industrial Estate adjacent to the A4. All three properties are detached warehouse and industrial units and are currently occupied by tenants. The units provide excellent income security due to the profitability of the tenants and terms of their contract agreements.
The second property is on St Stephen’s Street in the heart of Bristol city centre. It comprises of a banking hall and associated offices on the ground floor together with an ancillary basement area directly below. The upper four floors contain twenty self-contained apartments, let on Assured Shorthold Tenancies.
Hollie Ruddle, Senior Surveyor at Lambert Smith Hampton comments: “Investment properties such as these are rare to find, particularly with such strong rental potential. The residential market in Bristol city centre has held up well during the recession and there is strong evidence of demand for apartments in the current market. Similarly, the commercial units are located on a fully let trading estate situated within easy distance of both Bristol and Bath. We would urge anyone interested in finding out more about these unique investment opportunities to make an appointment to view.”
Lambert Smith Hampton is a full service property consultancy specialising in property management, lease advisory, valuations and ratings in both the public and private sector. The company focuses on the UK market and services the South West from its office in Bristol.