Keppel Wharf

Rotherham, South Yorkshire

Prices From: £75,000

Yield: 6.8%

Keppel Wharf Overview

Keppel Wharf is ideally situated in Rotherham, in the heart of South Yorkshire. This exceptional riverside development of spacious 1 & 2 bed apartments is just a stone’s throw away from Rotherham’s newest and largest planned leisure destination, Forge Island.
This collection of 13 high-specification apartments aims to set a new standard of apartment living in Rotherham. With split-level mezzanine living, spacious balconies and uninterrupted river views, Keppel Wharf offers the perfect combination of personality and modernity. Significant investment into the surrounding area, limited housing supply and a buoyant rental market offers investors a unique opportunity to buy into the area at a reasonable price.

Keppel Wharf Location

Rotherham is the largest town in the Sheffield Urban Area and an economic centre for many of Sheffield’s suburbs. Keppel House is conveniently located in the town centre, which boasts a wealth of transport links, infrastructure and amenities. On the doorstep of Keppel Wharf, an exciting new leisure development, Forge Island, is set to revitalise Rotherham. Occupying a prominent water-side site on the edge of the Town Centre, residents will be able to enjoy a wealth of amenities including a cinema, restaurants and bars and town centre parking. The development is closely located to Sheffield, a city that has recently attracted substantial inward investment. This includes the nearby Advanced Manufacturing Park which has been backed by international companies such as Boeing, Rolls Royce and McLaren.

Financials for Keppel Wharf

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Residential Buy-to-Let

Local Amenities

  • A seven minute drive to the M1 motorway
  • A six minute walk to Rotherham Central Train Station
  • 3 miles to Meadowhall, a regional super shopping centre employing 8,500 people across retail and leisure sectors
  • A short walk to the town centre, offering restaurants, bars, parking and a cinema

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