1 Bedroom House £245,000

1 beds
1 bathroom
1 reception

About this property

A fantastic opportunity to buy this TOP FLOOR one bedroom, DUAL ASPECT contemporary apartment decorated in neutral colours. Built by Taylor Wimpy on the exclusive ‘Mirage' development. The apartment offers a wealth of choice for buyers looking for their dream home in Welwyn Garden City, and is perfect for commuters looking for a well-connected and desirable location outside central London. Features include: HIGH SPEC FULLY INTEGRATED KITCHEN and stunning bathroom, high ceilings, video entry system, lift to all floors, allocated parking and secure landscaped courtyard gardens.
The development benefits from exceptional transport links, with Welwyn Garden City railway station just a stone’s throw away, offering regular services to London King’s Cross in under 30 minutes, while Junction 4 of the A1(M) is within two miles of the new homes. Energy rating B
ABOUT THE PROPERTY-A bright and airy apartment with high ceilings and large floor to ceiling windows. Decorated in neutral colours, wood laminate flooring throughout. This is the most calming and relaxing space, perfect to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. A large entrance hall with space for a home office. The dining kitchen and lounge are open plan and perfect for entertaining. The kitchen cabinets are in a sleek white gloss with LED lighting above and under cupboards. Integrated oven and hob, dishwasher, washer and fridge-freezer. There is plenty of room to sit around the table to eat and then retire to the relaxing lounge area.
The main bedroom has large, full length windows, making this room a very bright and airy space. The bathroom is a generous size with a white suite, shower over bath with shower screen. Gunmetal grey tiled floor and walls. All rooms have polished chrome light switches, sockets and door handles.
Outside there are communal landscaped gardens and courtyard to enjoy. Allocated parking.

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LARGE 'L' SHAPED ENTRANCE HALL--
OPEN PLAN LOUNGE AND DINE IN KTCHEN-Kitchen: 3.46m x 2.68m (11' 4" x 8' 10")
Lounge: 3.47m x 3.31m (11' 5" x 10' 10") -
BEDROOM-4.29m x 2.65m extending to 3.32m (14' 1" x 8' 8" extending to 10"8') -
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PARKING-Allocated external parking bay plus visitors bays. -
LEASE DETAILS-Lease: 125 years commencing 1st January 2011
Service charge: £129.45 per month (includes heating & hot water) (2019)
Ground rent £200.00 per annum. -
WHAT THE OWNER SAYS-As a first-time buyer, this flat has been everything I wanted - immaculate condition, high spec, spacious, and in the heart of a modern suburb. I grew up in WGC and I have always loved the blend of the lively commuter town and the beautiful landscape of the garden city.
The flat was perfectly situated for me with several supermarkets within walking distance. The train platform is 7 minutes by foot from the front door of the building and the station leads directly to the energetic town centre with shops, restaurants and pubs. The town also boasts a cinema, library, skating rink, golf and tennis clubs, and a sports centre.
The development has a friendly Facebook group, where you'll always find someone willing to offer advice, share ideas, or lend a tool if you ask nicely! It's been a real joy to live in such a friendly community and I'm sure the next owner will feel as welcomed as I was.
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AGENTS NOTE-Items of furniture are available to purchase subject to negotiation. -
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, Debenhams and Marks & Spencer there is also a Waitrose and a Sainsburys on the outskirts of the town. 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. Also, there are a number of gyms in the area.
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COUNCIL TAX BAND B-£1428.49 -

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