Addendum To Printed Catalogue
Completion is 28th January 2020.
A two bedroom end of terraced home now vacant and requiring updating and refurbishment throughout but sits in a popular location and offers potential. The property does have gas central heating and double glazing and will have appeal to buyers looking for a project, local builders and investors. Northallerton is located close to the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales.
Northallerton offers a range of facilities including a very well served High Street including: Marks and Spencer Food Hall, Betty's Tea Rooms, Barker's Department Store, three supermarkets, several independent and chain restaurants, a twice weekly market including a monthly farmers market. It is a bustling market town with further facilities including primary and secondary schools, there is a mainline train service to London Kings Cross & Edinburgh. The property is located close to the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales, offering a full range of outdoor pursuits and sporting activities. The recently extended A1M and the A19 both offer easy access to Leeds, York, Middlesbrough, Tees Valley and Leeds Bradford Airport.
Hall, living room, separate dining room, off shot kitchen and W.C.
Two bedrooms and a bathroom/W.C.
Energy Efficiency Rating D
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
Any plans and measurements shown are for information only, are not to scale and cannot be relied on. Any buyers considering extension or build potential must make their own enquiries pre auction bidding. The property and land is sold as seen.
Purchasers are deemed to have relied upon their own enquiries and inspections as to the internal layout of the property.
Strictly by appointment with joint agent Bridgfords Northallerton 01609 860024
For any other general auction enquiries please call the auction team on 0114 2541185
Disclaimer: On some client's instructions not all properties are available to purchase prior to auction however we will submit all offers on your behalf.
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A successful purchaser will also be required to pay a Buyer’s Administration Charge of 1.2% of the purchase price subject to a minimum fee of £1,500 including VAT (unless stated otherwise within the property description in the catalogue) by debit card or bank transfer.
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