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|| Middle Eastern investor acquired property in UK's Hampshire for $14 million

propertyweek.jpgCapital Trust Group, on behalf of a Middle Eastern investor, has bought Stoneham Park offices in Eastleigh, Hampshire, for around $14 million from Jeeves Investments, the Property Week is reporting.

The purchase reflects a net initial yield of 7.46%. (Jeeves Investments is a joint venture between AEW Europe and Mountgrange)

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