Located on a prominent corner in a popular residential area, this former public house and adjacent building have been converted to provide a highyielding investment. The ground floor and basement across both buildings are occupied by a bar / restaurant, whilst the upper parts are arranged as four self-contained studio apartments let on ASTs, and two 1 bedroom flats (sold off on long leases). The commercial unit is believed to be under-let; with a rent review due in 2019. Cosmetic refurbishment works would increase the rental value of the studio flats, and there appears to be further development potential both in the loft area, and above the rear addition (STPP). As well as the obvious active management potential, investors will be attracted by the break-up angles.