* A THREE BEDROOM MID-TERRACE HOUSE
* REQUIRES A SCHEME OF MODERNISATION AND REFURBISHMENT
* PROPERTY BENEFITS FROM A CONSERVATORY, VACANT POSSESSION AND GARAGE
* SET WITH A HIGHLY REGARDED RESIDENTIAL NEOGHBOURHOOD
* A LARGE LAWN FRONTED GARDEN
Dixons offer for sale this traditional double bayed three bedroom mid terrace property. Set in a quiet cul-de-sac location and offered with no onward chain this property would make an ideal family home. The property comprises entrance hallway, through lounge, conservatory, W/C, three bedrooms, family bathroom, front and rear gardens and rear garage. It would ideally suit a possible buy-to-let investor, developer or enthusiastic DIY buyer looking for their next family home but with potential to put their own stamp on the property.
The property is situated within a highly regarded area of Barras Heath north-east of Coventry city centre. The property benefits from a great location with excellent local amenities as well as access to Coventry city centre amenities as well. There are good bus routes, train station and motorway access within two miles of the property.
An entrance hall, through lounge, kitchen, conservatory and downstairs w.c.
a landing giving access to three bedrooms and bathroom with w.c.
a large front lawn garden and a rear garden with garage.
* Guide Price
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* Reserve Price
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A successful purchaser will also be required to pay a Buyer's Administration charge of £750+VAT (£900 including VAT @ 20%) (unless stated otherwise within the property description in the catalogue) by cheque made payable to Countrywide.
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