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New Build Property | Award Winning Student Developer  
 

10% NET Fixed Income for 10 Years

 
Available from 69,950

Just a short walk from two prestigious universities, this quality new build property offers an attractive accommodation option for Leicester's 50,000+ students.

The Castle Wing is the final phase of the development, and includes studios on the top two floors of the development.

This property has proved to be incredibly popular, with half the phase IV units already reserved during the two week pre-launch period. Given that all previous phases have sold out quickly, we do not expect the final units to remain on the market for long.

Key benefits include:

Final Development Phase: Construction Well Underway

New Build Student Property: Award Winning Developer
Sector High Yields: 10% NET Annual Income, Fixed for 10 Years
Prime Location: Close to Two Prestigious Universities
Excellent Onsite Facilities: Gym, Games Rooms, Coffee Shop, Cinema
Undersupply of Accommodation: Only 15.5% Access to Student Rooms
 
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