A well presented two bedroom semi detached home sat in good sized gardens offering interested parties room to extend subject to all the necessary planning and building regulation approvals. The house had large driveway providing off road parking, gas central heating, double glazing and requires some refurbishment and repair works to some areas but offers potential. The property will appeal to residential buyers with property knowledge, landlords and property developers also.
Kings Norton is a suburb around 7 miles to the south of Birmingham Centre. The area is popular with young professionals and families, there are local shops, schools, amenities, parks and facilities servicing the area. In addition there are road, rail and bus links making the area popular with commuters.
Inner lobby with stairs to the first floor, lounge, fitted kitchen with door giving access to the garden.
Two bedrooms and a bathroom/W.C.
A large block paved driveway providing plenty of off road parking, as well as a good sized family garden.
Energy Efficiency Rating D
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
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