Southbroom Road, Devizes

£110,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 1
A delightful one bedroom ground floor apartment in the popular offers view development right in the heart of Devizes. The accommodation comprises of kitchen area with integrated oven & hob, washer & dryer and fridge with freezer compartment, lounge dining area with patio doors onto the rear patio, double bedroom, bathroom with bath, shower, sink & toilet and large storage cupboard.

The property further benefits from a rear patio with access from the rear of the property, upvc double glazing and modern electric heating.

Communal Entrance

Accessed from Southbroom Road via a secure door, leading into a foyer and on into a corridor where the main door to the flat is located.

Lounge/Kitchen

19' 7'' x 11' 9'' (5.97m x 3.59m)

Fitted with a matching range of base and eye level units with work top space over, 1 1/2 bowl stainless sink unit with single drainer and mixed tap, space for washing machine, integrated fridge, built in electric fan assisted oven, built in four ring electric hob hub with extractor hood over. Window and french doors to rear elevation and electric radiator.

Bedroom

11' 4'' x 10' 11'' (3.46m x 3.33m)

Window to rear elevation, doors to bathroom and storage room and electric radiator.

Bathroom

7' 11'' x 6' 6'' (2.42m x 1.98m)

Fitted with a three piece suite comprising bath with shower attachment over and glass screen, vanity wash hand basin and low level WC, heated towel rail.

Storage Room

8' 0'' x 4' 4'' (2.44m x 1.31m)

Housing boiler.

Outside Space

Accessed from the lounge, fully enclosed and pathed with a gate to the rear carpark.

Agent Note

The Seller has informed us of leasehold of 999 years from 1st of June 2014. Service charge that varys year to year but on average £1,000 per annum, paid every 6 months. Ground rent is £75 every 6 months.

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