1 Bed Flat  Under-Offer  St Saviours Court, Ditchling Road  Brighton  East Sussex  BN1   - £185,000

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TENURE: Leasehold
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PROPERTY PARTICULARS


Communal Entrance Hall:


Door into:


Entrance Hall


Storage cupboard housing hot water cylinder, coved ceiling.


Bathroom


Suite comprising panelled bath with mixwer taps, wall mounted shower unit, enclosed low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls, coved ceiling.


Lounge:


15'11 x 10'11. (4.85m x 3.33m)


Double glazed window to front, wall mounted electric fire, coved ceiling.


Kitchen:


12'7 x 5'3. (3.84m x 1.60m)


Fittd kitchen, comprising of a series of wall and base units, drawers, roll edge work top surface with inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit with mixer taps, further work surface with space for cooker, space for washing machine, space for fridge freezer, double glazed window to front, coved ceiling.


Bedroom


14' 5 x 8'1 (4.37m x 2.44m)


Double glazed window to front, electric heater, coved ceiling.


Outgoings


Maintenance: £990.00 per annum (approx).


Ground Rent: £90.00 per annum {approx)


Lease Term: 125 years from 24th June 1987.






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