Addendum To Printed Catalogue
A 14 day completion applies to this lot.
Tenure is freehold.
A two bedroom terraced property with double glazing and central heating which has had the layout re-arranged into two separate one bed flats; one to the ground and lower ground floor and the other on the first and second floor. The flats both comprise a lounge, kitchen, bathroom and a bedroom. Also with further benefit of front and rear gardens. If refurbished and then successfully let the projected rental income from Bridgfords is iro £350pcm £4200pa per flat so a total of £700pcm £8400pa for the entire house.
Royston is a suburban village within the Metropolitan borough of Barnsley. It is situated somewhat 4 miles (6.4 km) north-east of Barnsley, and 7 miles (11 km) south-east of Wakefield. The area is predominantly residential, locally there is an Academy, leisure centre, supermarkets, a wide variety of shops and facilities and access to Rabbit Ings Country Park.
Ground and lower ground Floor
Accessed from the rear to large dining kitchen and storage room/area, stairs to the ground floor lounge with patio doors, bedroom and shower room.
First and second Floor
Lounge, fitted kitchen, bathroom/W.C and second floor bedroom.
Front and rear yard/garden area.
Energy Efficiency Rating G
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
Strictly by appointment with joint agent Bridgfords Wakefield 01924 637224
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