The property comprises a one bedroom ground floor flat within a converted mill benefiting from lift access, intercom entry system and car parking.
The property is situated in the sought after area of Clayton Heights within close proximity to an array of local amenities.
Leasehold for 999 years from 1st January 2007 at a rent of £250 per annum with service charge currently being charged at £73 per month.
Living Room 13'5" x 9'3" (4.1m x 2.8m)
Kitchen 9'7" x 6'2" (2.9m x 1.9m)
Bedroom 10'6" x 9'3" (3.2m x 2.8m)
Bathroom/W.C 6'11" x 6'2" (2.1m x 1.9m)
There will be a Buyer's Administration Fee of £1500 (inc VAT) payable upon exchange of contracts.
1. Completion will take place 14 days from the date of exchange.
2. The information contained within the Particulars are given in good faith, but all descriptions, statements, dimensions, references to condition and permissions for the use and occupation or other details are made without responsibility and should not be relied upon as representation of fact
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