LOT
TBC

103a Ladysmith Road, Plymouth PL4 7NW

About this property

A vacant first floor one bedroom flat requiring modest refurbishment situated in a popular residential location in Lipson. The property forms one of two flats within the building, having its own private entrance and with both flats having their own individual leases and a reverse share of the freehold. The property comprises of a spacious living room and a double bedroom with panoramic views, a galley kitchen and bathroom.

Situated

Lipson is a popular residential area with local shops, schools and easy access to both Mutley Plain and Plymouth city centre, offering a range of shopping, leisure and educational facilities for all age groups, along with a mainline railway station and access to the A38.

Ground Floor

Entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor.

First Floor

Landing, sitting room with bay window and feature fireplace, galley kitchen, double bedroom with fireplace and views, bathroom with separate shower cubicle.

Viewings

Strictly by prior appointment with Miller Countrywide Plymouth 01752 668242. General enquiries Countrywide Property Auctions 01395 275691.

EPC Rating

TBC

Council Tax Band

A

Note

99 year lease which commenced on the 27th April 1983. Cash buyers only.

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103a Ladysmith Road, Plymouth PL4 7NW

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* Reserve Price

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Both the guide price and the reserve price can be subject to change up to and including the day of the auction.

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