£89,995 - £124,995
1 bedroom apartments
55 Russell Street and Bowling Green Stre, Sheffield, South Yorkshire
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More information about Cornwall Works...
Cornwall Works is a stunning new development in Sheffield’s vibrant Kelham Island Quarter - the perfect location for high quality, city living.
Located in the historic and beautiful Kelham Island ‘urban village’ of Sheffield, Cornwall Works is comprised of 48 self-contained luxury studio and 1 bedroom apartments.
The Kelham Island Quarter has an edgy, dynamic ‘SoHo’ feel about it, characterised by warehouses converted into high spec offices and apartments, artisan businesses and workshops, galleries, cafes, bars, restaurants and award winning pubs. Its riverside setting and central square further add to its charm. It’s a well-connected quarter with excellent bus and tram links to the city centre, universities and local colleges. The Peak District National Park is also just a 10 minute drive away.
With apartment prices starting from just £89,995 we are offering our clients an amazing payment plan of 35% / 65%. This special payment plan is for a limited time only so make sure to enquire today!
Spacious luxury studio & 1-bed apartments
Impressive rental yields of 7.5%+
Priced at 19% below local comparables
Low deposit, just 35% required prior to completion
Zero cost for years 1 & 2
Opportunity to own in Sheffield’s hottest new Quarter
Fully hands-off investment, managed by established UK operator
Parking space available for purchase
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