This spacious ground floor apartment certainly needs to be seen to appreciate the size of the property on offer! This two bedroom ground floor apartment comes to market with excellent proven rental history, and tenant in situ making it a fabulous investment opportunity for buy-to-let landlords. The property is located in the popular Ashbourne Road area of Derby which offers walking distance to the centre of Derby, a variety of local shops, public transport, and modern bars and restaurants. The property is being sold with no onward chain and we're recommending early viewing to avoid disappointment.
EPC rating: C.
The entrance hall offers access to the living area, bedroom area and bathroom. The space has the intercom for external visitors, benefits from a central heating radiator and has been finished with neutral carpets and decor.
The kitchen has a variety of wall and base cabinest that have been finished with a wood effect front with laminate work surfaces over. The space benefits from an integrated fridge/freezer, electric oven, electric hob with extractor over, and a freestanding washing machine. The kitchen space is also home to the property's combination boiler. The kitchen has been finished with neutral tiled splashback and a vinyl flooring.
The lounge diner is a large open space that is also open plan to the kitchen giving it a modern feel. The space has a double glazed window to the front elevation, benefits from two central heating radiators, and has been finished with neutral carpets and decor.
The large bathroom comprises of a P-shaped bath with shower over and glass shower screen, low flush WC, sink and pedestal, heated towel rail and an extractor fan. The space has partially tiled walls with a complementary vinyl flooring.
The master bedroom is a generous double room with feature sliding double glazed doors making it a bright and airy space. The room benefits from a central heating radiator, and has been finished with neutral carpets and decor.
The second bedroom is a single room, or an ideal home office space. The room has a double glazed window to the front elevation, a central heating radiator and has been finished with neutral carpets and decor.
The lease on the property was 200 years in 2006 so there is circa 185 years remaining on the property. The ground rent is £100 per annum, and the service charge is £1015.39 per annum.