Flat in former South Wales synagogue could make ideal student accommodation

Although this sad flat looks as those it’s previously been occupied by Vivian and his fellow Young Ones Uni colleagues once refurbished it could be perfect for student accommodation.

The ground floor flat, in a former Synagogue, at Cliff Terrace, Treforest, Pontypridd  converted into flats, is being sold by Newport-based Paul Fosh Auctions.

The entire property was previously sold by Paul Fosh Auctions.

Gemma Vaughan, who is handling the sale for Paul Fosh Auctions,  said: “Listed with a guide price of  just £16,000-plus this one bedroom basement flat, although in poor decorative condition, would appear to offer ideal student accommodation once re-equipped and done up.

“The flat, which does require a fair amount of remedial and renovation work, is located within short walking distance of the Treforest campus of the University Of South Wales, a host of shops, restaurants and Treforest train station.

“The property has a bedroom, lounge, former kitchen area and bathroom area. It could also suite those looking for a simple buy to let investment or for a project to renovate and resell.

“Once all the renovations are completed typically one bedrooms flats in this vicinity, close to the town and the university, can achieve in the region of £600 – £650 pcm rental depending on the standard of finish.”

The flat along with some eighty other lots are included in the Paul Fosh Auctions sale which starts from 12 noon on Tuesday, March 5 and ends from 5pm on Thursday, March 7.