SSTC £190,000 - Flat
A quiet but brilliantly convenient setting for this well-presented one-bedroom purpose-built flat for the over-sixties, within a reasonably short walk of Clifton Village
A great combination of having a quiet setting (being at the rear of the building), with the optional use of communal facilities like a residents’ lounge, and the convenience of being within striking distance of Clifton Village and Queens Road, all add to the appeal of this one-bedroom over-sixties apartment. Set on the top (second) floor, so with no noisy neighbours ever going to be overhead, and approached by a lift or by stairs, the flat is well-presented, having had new carpets throughout, a new kitchen and shower room, and comes with a small balcony. For anyone seeking independence but wanting to have additional peace of mind, the development (including all the flats) has a 24-hour emergency call system in place, and a resident estate manager.
Front door, with spyhole, from second floor landing; built-in closet, with lights; built-in airing cupboard; entryphone and emergency call system panel; electric night storage heater.
Living Room w: 15′ 3″ x l: 11′ 9″ (w: 4.65m x l: 3.58m)
Double-glazed french doors onto Balcony at rear; decorative cornice and twin ceiling roses; TV pt; electric night storage heater with shelf over; doorway into…
Small walled balcony with twin rails; secluded aspect to the rear of the property.
Kitchen w: 8′ x l: 7′ 4″ (w: 2.44m x l: 2.24m)
Excellent range of fitted base and wall units, in white, with wood-effect worktops, matching upstands, counter lights and glass-tiled splashbacks; inset single-bowl single-drainer stainless steel sink with mixer tap; built-in 4-ring induction hob; built-in electric oven; built-in microwave; built-in fridge/freezer; plumbing for washing machine; laminate flooring; downlighters.
Bedroom w: 13′ 1″ x l: 9′ 1″ (w: 3.99m x l: 2.77m)
Double-glazed window to rear; built-in double wardrobe with shelves, rails, lights and mirrored sliding doors; electric radiator.
Shower Room w: 7′ 2″ x l: 5′ 5″ (w: 2.18m x l: 1.65m)
Modern white suite of large walk-in glazed shower enclosure, wall-hung wash basin with towel rail and mixer tap, and w.c. with concealed cistern; shelf; tiled floor and walls; large fitted cabinet; additional mirrored wall cabinet; downlighters.
There is a large residents’ lounge on the second floor (same level as this flat) and a lift to all floors. There is also a hair washing salon available for those who have a favourite mobile hairdresser. And a guest suite is available, too, should you have anyone wishing to come to stay for few days: overnight charge is around £25
Communal parking and plenty of places to sit out to enjoy the sunshine.
Leasehold (unexpired portion of 99-year lease dated 1988), subject to an annual rentcharge which we believe to be around £100.
We understand there to be a service charge which currently stands at around £200 per month, which sum includes payments towards buildings insurance, general repairs and maintenance of the building and its communal areas, electricity to common parts (including the lift), a 24-hour emergency call system, and a live-in estate manager.
Under the terms of the lease, upon the resale of this property the vendor must pay, as an on-going contribution to the sinking fund, a sum equivalent to 1% of whichever is the lower, the price at which the property is sold or the price at which the vendor originally bought.
Council Tax Band
Band D (£2061.03 per annum 2020/21).
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