Addendum To Printed Catalogue
The seller’s solicitor has been unable to make contact with the management company to obtain the management pack for inclusion in the legal pack. Buyer’s are advised to make their own enquiries prior to bidding.
A well appointed first floor studio apartment, now vacant, in a quiet but central location with the benefit of designated parking, UPVC double glazing and Flamerite Fire Heater. The apartment has a projected rental income iro £350pcm/£4200pa so ideal for buy to let investor. The fully fitted studio has a fold down bed to lounge, kitchen with integral appliances and shower room in white. Ideal low maintenance letting offering a strong return.
The apartment is located within the quiet residential development in the West End of Darlington within walk in distance of Town centre, shops, supermarkets, Feethams leisure complex, restaurants, cinema, theatre and Mainline Train Station. Road links nearby to the A66 and A1M.
Communnal entrance door, private entrance door, hall, shower room/W.C., fitted kitchen and open plan lounge/bedroom with fitted furniture and fold down bed. Boarded and lit loft storage area, with easy access via loft ladder.
Communal grounds and designated parking space.
Energy Efficiency Rating C
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
Strictly by appointment with joint agent Bridgfords Darlington 01325 381800
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