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Kingsmill,
Mansfield

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A mix of 102 Apartments and 49 2 & 3 bedroom houses

Mansfield is Nottinghamshire’s largest market town located on the edge of rolling hills and countryside located just 14 miles from the cosmopolitan city of Nottingham.

The areas rental demand is driven by a thriving  student population and growing ‘would be buyer’ and commuter sector in the shape of young professionals and small businesses.

Key points

  • Property type:
    A stylish collection of brand new homes
  • Location:
    Mansfield
  • Units available:
    104 Apartments and 49 2&3 bed houses, 3 bed being 3 storey
  • Guide price:
    £78280 - £117420
  • Predicted yield:
    6%

Development status: Planning pending

Estimated completion date: Q4 2018

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It's all about the location

Kings Mill sits just a mile from Mansfield town centre, where its famous market square stands proudly within a hearty retail offering. Across the square and onto Westgate brings all the high street favourites along with coffee house, pubs, and restaurants. Nearby cities of Sheffield, Nottingham and Derby can all be accessed in under 1 hour, confirming Mansfield’s growing reputation as an excellent commuter base.

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Arts & culture

With the playhouse, theatre royal, concert hall, capital fm arena, contemporary art gallery and more, nottinghamshire is home to a hugely impressive arts and culture scene.

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Transport

The regions key city nottingham boasts a first class tram network, linking to the wider regions by an efficient bus and railway networks.

Transport
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Shopping & lifestyle

Whether its independent shops, markets, quirky establishments or major brands, nottinghamshire has it all. The region enjoys a thriving retail scene; from the victoria centre in nottingham, to the largest market in the uk in mansfield, the area is equipped to suit all tastes.

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Music & lifstyle

Whether it be world class acts performing at the capital fm arena and royal concert hall, or up and coming starlets showcasing their talent at rock city, the bodega or rescue rooms, the region hosts some of the best live music in the country.

Music & lifstyle
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The great outdoors

With attenborough nature reserve on the city’s doorstep, the conservation work carried out across the county to protect the flourishing wildlife is something to be proud of. There are few places like wollaton park that can say they have deer roaming free while a full marathon takes place.

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Sport

No other region in the uk can rival nottinghamshire for its tradition, history and unique sporting heritage. Boasting the two closest football stadiums in england, the world’s oldest football league club, a double european cup winning club, world class test cricket arena, the biggest ice hockey club in the country and numerous olympic medallists, nottinghamshire really flexes its muscles when it comes to sport.

Sport
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History

One of nottingham’s most famous figures, robin hood, continues to attract tourists from all over the globe. You can smell the history throughout the county from the castle in the city centre all the way out to edwinstowe and the major oak in sherwood forest.

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Investment

Whether its independent shops, markets, quirky establishments or major brands, nottinghamshire has it all. The region enjoys a thriving retail scene; from the victoria centre in nottingham, to the largest market in the uk in mansfield, the area is equipped to suit all tastes.

Investment
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Education

The home to two of the uks best universities, nottinghamshire is proud to welcome not only a national but also impressively large international student population. Its highest ranked university, the university of nottingham, has branch campuses in malaysia and china, and has been praised for its international approach to higher education.

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Food & Drink

Nottinghamshire is renowned for its international cuisine and even has a newly emerging ‘curry quarter’ head out towards sherwood forest with an array of eateries serving seasonal dishes made using local ingredients. In the tiny village of upton, just outside southwell, the popular clockhouse ran by award-winning chef edward halls is sure to please. There are also many food and drink festivals which take place throughout the year, including the robin hood beer and cider festival.

Food & Drink

The property & Investment

All homes will offer contemporary open plan living and dining space with oversized windows (where possible) ensuring maximum natural light.

With hardwood veneer floors and stainless steel sockets throughout these high grade specifications combined with custom built kitchens integral appliances and stylish bathroom designs come as standard for prosperity clients, offering a home with style, luxury and comfort.

Payment plans

Monthly & Mortgage Plan

Purchase Price 2 bedroom Apartment:

2 Bed £114995.
Reservation Deposit £3,499.85 plus £850 legal fee.
30% Deposit 24 x £1,437.
70% Mortgage arranged on completion.
Mortgage then covered by rental income from completion.
You own an income producing asset for life.

Estimated gross rental income £575

Estimated gross rental yield £6,900 PA

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