£55,000 Fixed price
The market is presented with this first floor flat, set within a traditional building, located on the corner with George Street. The property enjoys aspects along Harper Crescent. The apartment has been extensively modernised and upgraded in recent years and will appeal to a broad sector of the market, including the young and elderly alike.
The accommodation on offer extends to a communal entrance hallway, accessed via a security controlled doorway and gives access to the upper levels. Internally the flat offers reception hallway with mirror fronted storage units/wardrobes, front facing lounge, galley style modern kitchen incorporating an oven, hob and extractor hood and fridge/freezer. There are two double bedrooms, one front facing and one rear facing and a recently fitted shower room with three-piece suite including large shower tray and extensive tiling.
Gas central heating, double glazing and communal garden grounds to the rear.
EER Band C
Traditional First Floor Flat
Gas central heating, double glazing
EER Band C
Lounge 12' x 12' (3.66m x 3.66m).
Kitchen 12' x 3'9" (3.66m x 1.14m).
Bedroom One 10'5" x 9'1" (3.18m x 2.77m).
Bedroom Two 9'6" x 7'8" (2.9m x 2.34m).
Shower Room 8' x 4'1" (2.44m x 1.24m).
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