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Wallace Court, Station St, Ross-on-Wye

£74,950
  • Ref: 1000_RS0395
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1
  • Tenure: Leasehold

Property Summary

FIRST FLOOR ONE BEDROOM RETIREMENT APARTMENT - WELL PRESENTED THROUGHOUT.
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Property Features

  • Central Town Location
  • Modern Apartment
  • Parking and Communal Gardens
  • Retirement Living
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Full Details

A one bedroom, first floor retirement apartment for the over 60s, situated in Ross-on-Wye town centre. Comprising of a living/dining area; Fitted Kitchen; Double Bedroom. Also benefiting from the communal residents' lounge, laundry room and well maintained gardens.

Council Tax Band: B (Herefordshire Council)
Tenure: Leasehold (109 years)
Ground Rent: £425 per year
Service Charge: £2,523.84 per year

Entrance Hall w: 1.12m x l: 2.06m (w: 3' 8" x l: 6' 9")
An area for hanging coats etc, along with a good size storage cupboard. Intercom.
Doors through to: -


Lounge w: 3.42m x l: 5.67m (w: 11' 3" x l: 18' 7")
Electric pebble effect fire with surround, there are windows to front aspect - electric storage heater, glazed French doors through to:

Kitchen w: 1.74m x l: 2.76m (w: 5' 9" x l: 9' 1")
Fitted units with built in appliances (AEG) including oven/ceramic hot and extractor fan, fridge, and freezer. Sink drainer unit and worktops with tiled splash-back. Window to front of property.

Bedroom w: 2.69m x l: 4.72m (w: 8' 10" x l: 15' 6")
A good size bedroom with built in mirror fronted wardrobe. Electric storage heater and window to front of property.

Shower Room w: 1.7m x l: 2.08m (w: 5' 7" x l: 6' 10")
Wide Shower enclosure with laminate panelled walls - mixer shower, and low-level WC, wash-hand basin with cupboards underneath, fitted mirror/ mirrored vanity cabinet, extractor fan, heated towel rail and electric wall heater, Vinyl flooring.

Directions:
From our office on Gloucester Road proceed on foot down Henry Street. At the "T" junction turn left onto Station Street to find the entrance to Wallace Court on the right hand side.

Tenure
We are informed by the seller that the tenure is LEASEHOLD. The lease was granted for 125 years from 1st December 2006. Any interested parties should ensure verification by their solicitor.

Local Authority
Council Tax Band "B"

Services
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property.

Agents Note
We are advised the Tenure is Leasehold, 125 years beginning 1 December 2006.
Ground Rent: £425.00 per annum payable in two instalments every 6 months.
Ground Rent Review Period: Every 6 months beginning 1 March.
Service Charge: Approximately £2,523.84 per annum
payable in two instalments every 6 months. Any interested parties should ensure verification by their solicitor.

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