TENURE: To be advised
A modern one bedroom apartment located on the top floor of the development having electric heaters, double glazing, allocated parking space, Juliet balcony and no upward chain. The flat would benefit some basic cosmetic improvement but will ideally suit a buy to let investor or landlord. Bridgfords Wakefield projected future rental income is IRO 400pcm 4800pa.
The development is located in Knottingley, a town in the borough of the city of Wakefield, West Yorkshire. Knottingley is situated about 15.6 miles west of Wakefield and about 20 miles south east of Leeds. The apartment is situated close to a range of amenities including local shops, schools, bus routes and motorway links for those wishing to commute further afield.
Communal entrance hall and stairs to all floors. Private entrance hallway, open plan living space (9' 8" x 18' 4" ) with modern style kitchen having cooking appliances included and lounge area with patio doors to a Juliet balcony, a double bedroom with built-in storage cupboard and family bathroom/W.C. With modern fitted suite.
Allocated parking for one car.
Energy Efficiency Rating D
Lucy Crapper ANAVA
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Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction.