- One bedroom first-floor apartment
- Sitting/dining room
- Double glazing
- No onward chain
- Allocated parking for one car, visitor spaces available
- Recently refitted kitchen
- Double bedroom
- Recently installed boiler
- Ideal investment opportunity
An ideal first time or investment purchase, with an anticipated rental income of £800pcm. The accommodation comprises; entrance hall, bathroom, sitting/dining room, refitted kitchen and double bedroom. Double glazing was installed in recent years, together with a new boiler.
To the outside, there is allocated parking for one car with visitor spaces available, and well maintained communal gardens. No onward chain.
We are advised by the vendor that the lease has approximately 86 years remaining, the service charge is £115 per calendar month and the ground rent is £105 per annum.
Council Tax Band: B - £1,469.37 19/20
Amersham has two clearly distinguishable parts. The ancient market town (Old Amersham) is quietly alluring. It retains its olde English look and deservedly attracts visitors all year round.
Amersham-on-the-Hill (known as top Amersham to locals) has the feel of a steadily developing modern town. It provides the convenient amenities today's population demands.
The trains from Amersham run right into Baker Street/Marylebone and the roads quickly lure you out towards the open country with its scattering of farms, riding stables, tea shops and footpaths.
The Tuesday market and annual French and Italian summer markets are a focal point in the town's calendar.
A pleasantly mixed-age population, Amersham is an increasingly popular choice for families with young children. Parenting becomes significantly easier and children have the childhood they deserve in this ever evolving town.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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