1 bedroom flat for sale

Alderney Street, Nottingham NG, NG7 1HD

No Longer Available £80,000

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  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1

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Summary

*cash buyers only* *no chain* PurpleBricks are delighted to offer this open plan, one bedroom apartment ideal for first time buyers and investors alike. Being offered to the market with no upward chain this 4th floor apartment consists of: .

Description

*cash buyers only* *no chain* Purplebricks are delighted to offer this open plan, one bedroom apartment ideal for first time buyers and investors alike. Being offered to the market with no upward chain this 4th floor apartment consists of: Communal entrance, open plan living/Kitchen/bedroom with patio door to balcony, utility room and bathroom. The property also benefits from beautiful views to rear, garage and within easy access to Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham University and Nottingham City Centre.
*We have been informed of the following by the current owner-
Lease length - 63 years
Ground rent - £200 approx
Service charge - £1,044 approx
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