Addendum To Printed Catalogue
Completion date: 10th January 2020
The Buyer's Administration Fee is £900 inc VAT (£750+VAT)
A one bedroom end terraced home in need of full refurbishment works ideally suited to landlord investor. The property has gas central heating (not tested), double glazing and there is no upward chain.
The property lies in popular Denes area of Darlington close to the Darlington Memorial Hospital. Darlington has multiple facilities and amenities with the town centre including supermarkets, retail shops, bars and restaurants. Public transport links are available at North Road Rail Station located to the north east and at Darlington Rail Station lying to the south along with a network of local bus services serving the surrounding areas. The area is served by road links including the A167 located to the east and the A68 lying to the south. Recreational pursuits can be found at North Lodge Park located to the east.
Entrance lobby, lounge and galley style fitted kitchen.
Master bedroom one and bathroom/W.C. in white.
On street parking.
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. The property and land is sold as seen. The auctioneers were unable to inspect the property at the time of print. Purchasers are deemed to have relied upon their own enquiries and inspections as to the internal layout of the property.
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