£220,000 Guide Price
*** This property SOLD within one week ***
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5A St. Peters Place is a rarely available bright and spacious garden flat that is set within a well maintained traditional stair well. The property has been recently renovated to a high standard. The accommodation comprises: entrance hall, living room with bay window and original fireplace; well-equipped dining kitchen; double bedroom 1; double bedroom 2; study/box room; bathroom with shower over bath and utility room/storage.
There is gas central heating (new boiler installed 2014); a wonderful deep walk-in stair storage cupboard; shared beautiful sun-trap rear garden that is mainly laid to lawn and excellent local amenities.
The energy efficiency rating for this property is band C.
It is our understanding that this property is subject to Council Tax Band D, however, please confirm with the local authority.
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