2 Bedroom Flat £250,000

2 beds
1 bathroom
1 reception

About this property

A great opportunity to purchase the most warm and welcoming FIRST FLOOR apartment positioned at the very heart of the "Scholars Walk" development. LONG LEASE AND RESPONABLE SERVICE CHARGES! The home benefits from a OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/LIVING AREA with JULIET BALCONY and a DUAL ASPECT. ALLOCATED PARKING BAY. The development was constructed in 2006 with a mix of working professionals and retired families. A peaceful apartment flooding with light from all angles. Situated only a 25 minute walk from the Mainline station serving Kings Cross. Close to major road links such as the A414 and A1M. A potential investor could achieve in the region of £975 pcm. A must see home and an early viewing is advised. Energy rating C.
KITCHEN-3.52m x 1.88m (11' 7" x 6' 2") Fridge/freezer and dishwasher integrated. Window to side aspect.-
LIVING AREA-4.58m x 3.74m (15' x 12' 3") Dual aspect with Juliet balcony. Solid wood flooring. -
BEDROOM ONE-3.57m x 2.70m (11' 9" x 8' 10") Window to front. -
BEDROOM TWO-3.13m x 1.82m (10' 3" x 6') Window to front. Currently used as home office. -
BATHROOM-Three piece suite compromising panelled bath with shower plus sink with vanity unit. W/C. -
PARKING ARRANGMENTS-Allocated parking space to the rear of the property, visitors bays plus unrestricted street parking. -
LEASE INFORMATION-Lease: 135 years remaining
Annual Service charge: £1,166.00 Includes buildings insurance and water rates
Ground Rent: £350.00 Per annum.-
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. -
APARTMENT ENTRANCE-Larger than average with solid wood flooring. Space to hang coats and store shoes plus a storage cupboard housing the washing machine and separate dryer. -
COMMUNAL ENTRANCE HALL-Security entry intercom, carpeted hallways and stairwells. Post-boxes are internal too.-

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