1 Bedroom Flat £200,000

1 beds
1 bathroom
1 reception

About this property

A wonderful opportunity to acquire this DOUBLE BEDROOM TOP FLOOR flat, decorated in neutral colours. MASSES of storage with large internal and external storage cupboards. Nestling at the heart of the Haldens district of the garden city making the town centre commute a steady 20 minute walk. A wonderful first time buy or a great investment with LOW SERVICE CHARGE and only £10.00 GROUND RENT per year. Plenty of parking facilities and COMMUNAL GARDENS. A stones throw from the Haldens parade of shops with all the local amenities one could ask for. The A1M is easily accessible and the B1000 to Hertford is within close proximity of the apartment. A perfect first time buy or an excellent buy to let investment with a rental achievement of approximately £775 pcm. Energy rating C.
COMMUNAL GARDENS-Laid to lawn, drying area.-
PARKING ARRANGEMENTS-Unrestricted street parking.
There are council garages locally with the option to seek tenancy via the council portal; http://www.welhat.gov.uk/garages-
LEASE INFORMATION-Lease: 125 years from 2002 - 106 years remaining.
Service charge: £353.34, includes buildings insurance. (Estimated April 2020-March 2021)
Ground rent: £10 Per annum.-
COUNCIL TAX BAND B-£1428.49 -
ABOUT WELWYN GARDEN CITY-Welwyn Garden City was founded by Sir Ebenezer Howard in the 1920s and designated a new town in 1948. It was aimed to combine the benefits of the city and countryside. Welwyn Garden City was an escape from life in overcrowded cities to a place of sunshine, leafy lanes, countryside and cafes. Emphasis was placed on the Garden City's healthy environment. Today the town centre is a busy and bustling place with a selection of shops. The Howard Shopping Centre is located in the centre, where you can find a selection of high street favourites including John Lewis and Marks & Spencer. There is also a Waitrose, Sainsburys and ALDI. There is also a quaint cinema, showing the latest films. If you fancy a spot of lunch the town is home to a plethora of coffee shops, independent restaurants and well known chains including the French restaurant Cote which overlooks the fountain and for a real buzzing atmosphere, Bills is a great place to meet friends. For those who like to lead an active lifestyle, there is everything from football pitches, golf driving ranges, indoor and outdoor tennis, to an athletics track, a public velodrome and a dry ski slope. There are also a number of gyms in the area. Sherrardswood Park and Stanborough Park are within easy walking distance. -
BATHROOM--
KITCHEN-3.20m x 2.40m (10' 6" x 7' 10") -
BEDROOM ONE-3.00m x 2.70m (9' 10" x 8' 10") -
LIVING ROOM-4.00m x 3.20m (13' 1" x 10' 6") -
ENTRANCE HALL--
ENTRANCE HALL--
LIVING ROOM-4.00m x 3.20m (13' 1" x 10' 6") -
KITCHEN-3.20m x 2.40m (10' 6" x 7' 10") -
BEDROOM ONE-3.00m x 2.70m (9' 10" x 8' 10") -
BATHROOM--
COMMUNAL GARDENS-Laid to lawn, drying area.-
PARKING ARRANGEMENTS-Unrestricted street parking.
There are council garages locally with the option to seek tenancy via the council portal; http://www.welhat.gov.uk/garages-
LEASE INFORMATION-Lease: 125 years from 2002 - 106 years remaining.
Service charge: £353.34, includes buildings insurance. (Estimated April 2020-March 2021)
Ground rent: £10 Per annum.-
COUNCIL TAX BAND B-£1428.49 -
ABOUT WELWYN GARDEN CITY-Welwyn Garden City was founded by Sir Ebenezer Howard in the 1920s and designated a new town in 1948. It was aimed to combine the benefits of the city and countryside. Welwyn Garden City was an escape from life in overcrowded cities to a place of sunshine, leafy lanes, countryside and cafes. Emphasis was placed on the Garden City's healthy environment. Today the town centre is a busy and bustling place with a selection of shops. The Howard Shopping Centre is located in the centre, where you can find a selection of high street favourites including John Lewis and Marks & Spencer. There is also a Waitrose, Sainsburys and ALDI. There is also a quaint cinema, showing the latest films. If you fancy a spot of lunch the town is home to a plethora of coffee shops, independent restaurants and well known chains including the French restaurant Cote which overlooks the fountain and for a real buzzing atmosphere, Bills is a great place to meet friends. For those who like to lead an active lifestyle, there is everything from football pitches, golf driving ranges, indoor and outdoor tennis, to an athletics track, a public velodrome and a dry ski slope. There are also a number of gyms in the area. Sherrardswood Park and Stanborough Park are within easy walking distance. -

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