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ONLINE AUCTION from 26th JULY-28th JULY
A two bedroom maisonette located in the harbour town of Milford Haven. The property benefits from its own entrance via Charles Street, and is located within close proximity to Milford Haven Train station, and local bus routes.
Briefly comprised of a kitchen, living room, bathroom and two bedrooms. This property would be suitable for a rental investment, or due to its close proximity to the Pembrokeshire Coast an AirBNB.
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To be sold with vacant possession
Advised Flying Freehold - to be verified by solicitor
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