Stratford Road, Salisbury

£125,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A two bedroom second floor warden assisted flat situated within a popular residential area with a minimum age limit for residents of 55 years. The property benefits from PVCu double glazing, electric heating and is offered to the market with no onward chain.

Directions

From our office in Castle Street proceed away from the city centre and at the roundabout continue forwards into Castle Road. Take the second turning left at the traffic lights into Stratford Road and Victoria Court can be found on the right hand side shortly beyond Park Lane. No. 18 is located in the block towards the rear of the development.

Description

The property comprises a self contained second floor flat constructed in the 1980s and forming part of a development of 22 warden assisted flats with the minimum age limit for residents being 55. The property benefits from double glazing, electric heating and there are emergency pull cords in each room which summon the resident manager or contact the central control centre. The flat is located to the rear of the building and offers a secure entrance intercom system and lifts to all floors. The property itself has an entrance hallway, a sitting room, a kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Externally there is a car park and pleasant communal gardens. Victoria Court lies on the northern outskirts of the city centre which is served by a regular bus service from Stratford Road. The property is offered to the market with no onward chain.

House Specifics

The accommodation is arranged as follows, all measurements being approximate:

Communal entrance hallway

Stairs and lift to upper floors.

Second floor - landing

Private front door to:

Entrance hallway

Emergency pull cord, Dimplex electric heater, access to loft. Airing cupboard housing factory insulated hot water cylinder and immersion with shelving. Wood laminate floor. Doors to all rooms.

Sitting/dining room

4.60m x 3.84m (15'1 x 12'7 )

Dual aspect with windows to side and rear, emergency pull cord, wall mounted Dimplex electric heater, TV point, telephone point.

Kitchen

3.68m plus door recess x 1.96m (12'1 plus door re

Fitted with base and wall units with roll top work surfaces and tiled splashbacks, sink and drainer with mixer tap under window to side, space and point for electric cooker, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge, wall mounted electric heater, emergency pull cord, wood laminate floor.

Bedroom one

3.43m x 2.69m (11'3 x 8'10 )

Window to rear, TV point, emergency pull cord, wall mounted electric heater.

Bedroom two

3.68m x 2.01m (12'1 x 6'7 )

Window to side, wall mounted electric heater, emergency pull cord.

Bathroom

Fitted with a suite comprising panelled bath, wash-hand basin, low level WC, wall mounted heater, wood laminate floor, striplight and shaver point, emergency pull cord.

Outside

There is a landscaped communal garden incorporating lawns, flower borders, shrubs and trees. Directly outside the block is a pleasant patio area with communal tables and chairs used by residents and guests. The communal car parking area is solely for the use of residents and guests.

Services

Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Provision for telephone subject to transfer regulations. Electric heating.

Tenure

Leasehold for a term of 99 years from 25/12/1985. Ground rent £100 per annum. The current service charge to include future maintenance fund, water rates and buildings insurance is £738.60 per quarter. The agents have not inspected the lease and prospective purchasers are advised to ensure their solicitor confirms these details prior to exchange of contracts.

Agents Note

The minimum age for residents is 55 years.

Outgoings

The Council Tax Band is C and the payment for the year 2017/2018 payable to Wiltshire Council is £1509.77.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01722 336422

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