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New Release: Ilfracombe Holiday Park (Phase I)

Established serviced apartments investment in England
Jun 17, 2017

Proven & improving serviced apartments

Apart-hotel investing in England

Ilfracombe Holiday Park provides investors with a unique opportunity to own a serviced apartment in a well established development – our second in North Devon.

Already popular with tourists, our award-winning developer is carrying out a full redevelopment of the site, including the installation of a range of new facilities, to sustain strong occupancy levels.

This includes new management and staff, internal and external refurbishments, enhanced onsite facilities and improved furnishings.

This is in addition to extensive landscaping of the entrance, grounds and car park.

The holiday park is located in a prime position within popular Ilfracombe, with the harbour, beach, town centre, all restaurants and bars within walking distance.

Other great attractions are also just a short drive away, making these serviced apartments an ideal base to explore one of the UK’s most treasured regions.

Our highest yielding property investment

The Courtyard (Phase I) is now available for purchase, with these apartments offering some of the development’s finest panoramic views.

Investors receive an immediate 10% NET fixed income (years 1-5) upon exchange of contracts, with an inbuilt yield increase to 12% NET for years 6-10.

There are zero additional costs and zero hassle throughout this 10-year period.

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