A fantastic opportunity to acquire a good sized Victorian three double bedroom semi detached house set in a cul de sac location. The property now vacant would benefit from a programme of refurbishment but has the benefit of double glazing and gas combination boiler and will suit property investor or residential buyer looking for a project.
Radford is an inner city area of Nottingham located to the North West of the centre itself and is largely made up of Victorian Properties. It also benefits from a large number of specialist food and retail shops catering to a wide variety of different cultures. Radford also boasts a large student population owing to its close proximity to both Nottingham Trent University and University of Nottingham campuses.
Sitting-room, dining-room and kitchen with door down to the cellar.
Two double bedrooms and a family bathroom/W.C.
A third double bedroom.
Front garden with grass and mature shrubs to the rear there is a concreted yard.
Energy Efficiency Rating D
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
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