Addendum To Printed Catalogue
Completion date: 31st December 2019
New guide price £22,000+
Two bedroom mid terraced property needing some updating with off shot layout having double glazing, gas mains connected and rear yard. The property will appeal to landlords and investors looking to add to their property portfolio with projected rental income from Bridgfords Darlington iro £350 pcm / £4200 pa. There may be potential to utilise and extend into the attic space but this will be subject to planning approval and building regulations approvals.
Shildon has local amenities, retail stores and shops, primary and secondary schools and regular public transport providing access to neighbouring towns and villages but also to Darlington, Durham, Newcastle and York. The property is around 2.5 miles from Bishop Auckland which has further amenities, shops, supermarkets as well as primary/secondary schools and healthcare centres.
Bay windowed lounge, separate dining room, off shot galley style kitchen and ground floor bathroom/W.C.
Two good sized bedrooms.
To the rear of the property there is an enclosed yard to the rear, on street parking to the front.
Energy Efficiency Rating E
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.
Please note that any services, heating
system, or appliances have not been tested and no warranty can be given or implied as to their working
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