National Online Auction 14th November 2023
Two-bedroom, fifth floor apartment
The property is located on the fifth floor and comprises; Reception room, kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
The property also benefits from a Juliette balcony and electric heating.
Externally: There is an allocated parking space
Not inspected by AHNW.
Title number: NT371205
Length of Lease/Term: 999 years from December 2000
Ground Rent : £TBC
Service Charge: £TBC
Council Tax Band : D Nottingham
Finance is available on this lot. For a decision-in-principle visit togethermoney.com/amydip/
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Every effort has been made to confirm the accuracy of the lot details including any defect in the title both with the vendor and their solicitor. Auction House will not be held responsible for any failure to disclose any such defects.
Any purchasers choosing to buy without viewing in person are doing so at their own risk and acknowledge that the auctioneer will not be held responsible for any issues that may arise due to them being unintentionally missed from the video or sales particulars.
Please refer to legal pack for additional fees and the Auction Information document for guidance prior to bidding.
EPC Rating: B
We draw your attention to the Special Conditions of Sale within the Legal Pack, referring to other charges in addition to the purchase price which may become payable. Such costs may include Search Fees, reimbursement of Sellers costs and Legal Fees, and Transfer Fees amongst others.
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