Chartered surveyor firm Eddisons has completed two property deals in Huddersfield.
The first is the sale of 16 Acre Street in Lindley. The property, which is currently let to Hussain’s Bistro on a 15-year lease generating £15,000 a year, was sold on behalf of the Joint Fixed Charge Receivers off an asking price of £165,000.
Shazad Mahmood, of Eddisons, said: “There was plenty of genuine interest in this property which went to best and final offers and reflects investor confidence in well-let stock in good locations.”
A ground floor retail unit at 43 Market Street in Huddersfield town centre, which was on the market for less than six weeks, is set to reopen as a cafe.
The property, which forms part of NU House, was let on behalf of RO Properties to a local occupier off an asking rent of £17,500 per annum.
Mr Mahmood said: “The unit is in an area which enjoys high footfall and this was reflected in the number of enquiries we received.
“We were able to move quickly to negotiate and complete the letting on favourable terms on behalf of our client.”