Price £189,950 Under Offer
  • Great investment of first time buy
  • First floor with south facing balcony
  • Allocated parking
  • Extended lease
  • Open plan kitchen dining room/lounge
  • Close proximity to the town

A superb first-floor apartment situated at the end of this popular cul-de-sac. Located in a quiet corner of this sought after development it is within walking distance of Wallingford town centre. The property features a spacious open-plan living area, with beautifully re-fitted kitchen and bathroom, opening to a south-facing balcony. There is also a light 15' bedroom, modern electric heating and UPVC windows. Outside the property there is an allocated parking space. The property benefits from a renewed lease over 120 years.

Service Charges: 2 x £365 a year (December and June) - Ground Rent: - £195 per year. Lease length 121 years

Wallingford is a thriving Thameside Saxon town with extensive facilities and a number of shops including a Waitrose and Lidl supermarket, a good selection of antique shops, boutiques and specialist stores with a traditional market being held every Friday in the town square. For a small town there is a wide range of places to eat from Italian, Chinese and Indian restaurants, to traditional public houses and a newly opened 'Gin Bar' called the Keep. The town also benefits from its own excellent cinema/theatre which is just a few metres away, and a sports park and leisure centre which offer the chance to join a number of well-established clubs such as cricket, rugby, football and hockey. There is an excellent choice of Golf Clubs nearby with Huntercombe and Goring & Streatley to name a couple. There are delightful riverside walks and a well established rowing club.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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