* VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST* The property comprises a one bedroom third floor apartment benefiting from an allocated car parking space, integrated kitchen, floor to ceiling windows and a balcony. The flat benefits from a good sized balcony which offers views and seating area.
The property is situated in a popular city centre development within walking distance of the Universities, amenities and public transport.
Leasehold for 125 years from 23rd October 2006 at a ground rent of £385.56 per annum and service charge of £2,639.98 per annum. Section 20 works are planned as detailed in the legal pack.
Open Plan Living Room/Kitchen 11'6" x 11'4" (3.5m x 3.45m)
Bedroom 11'5" x 10'3" (3.48m x 3.13m)
Energy Asset Rating is C.
There will be a Buyer's Administration Fee of £2400 (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 ( these may have come from a third party source e.g. the seller, valuation reports or historic sales particulars), 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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