Within a short walk, you have Bournemouth Town Centre, which is known for its lively night life and 7 miles of award winning sandy beaches. Bournemouth main-line train station and bus station are within a 5-minute walk and the Wessex Way is within very easy reach for routes in and out of Bournemouth.
This beautifully presented apartment is situated in a convenient location close to Bournemouth Town Centre and would make an ideal first time buy or buy to let investment.
The apartment benefits from being flooded with natural light and very spacious living accommodation. Comprising of a generous size lounge/diner with original features such as fire place, high ceilings and cornices, large double bedroom to the rear or the building overlooking the gardens, fully fitted kitchen with floor and wall mounted storage units, integrated gas hob, electric oven and space for a washing machine and fridge/freezer. The shower room offers a walk in shower, wash basin and WC.
Outside offers use of a rear communal garden.
An internal viewing is highly recommended.
As you head South West on Holdenhurst Road towards Bournemouth Town Centre, cross the roundabout so you will have Halfords and Staples to your right, after the roundabout take the 3rd left straight after the traffic lights onto St. Swithuns Road and follow the road to the left onto Southcote Road. Take the 2nd right onto Carlton road and the property will be on the right.
15' 7'' x 14' 11'' (4.75m x 4.54m)
17' 0'' x 12' 8'' (5.18m x 3.86m)
10' 11'' x 9' 5'' (3.32m x 2.87m)
Southerly facing, rear communal garden.
900 + years on the lease, Maintenance 840 per year (depending on works) Ground Rent £25 per year (all advised by current owner)
These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed. They do not form part of any contract. Nothing in these particulars shall be deemed to be a statement that the property is in good structural condition or otherwise, nor that any of the services, appliances, equipment or facilities are in good working order or have been tested. Purchasers should satisfy themselves on such matters prior to purchase.
This property is offered for sale by the ‘modern method of auction’ through an Online Auction. This is a modern twist on the traditional auction room sale where buyers can bid for the property via an online platform. The winning bidder, assuming the reserve is met, is granted exclusivity of the property at the winning bid price for 28 days in which they must exchange or the vendor is free to remarket the property and the reservation fee will not be returned. The auction will run for 3 hours on a set date and time chosen by the vendor of the property. Upon completion of a successful auction the winning bidder will be required to pay a non-refundable reservation fee of 3% inclusive of VAT of the winning bid in addition to the purchase price subject to a minimum fee of £4,800 inclusive of VAT. The auction is powered and carried out by Whoobid and is subject to terms & conditions which will form part of the auction pack which will be available to download for free once produced by the vendors legal representatives. We strongly recommend that you review the legal documents prior to bidding and seek legal advice. PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE RESERVATION FEES ARE PAYABLE IN ADDITION TO THE ASKING PRICE. Fees paid to the auctioneer may be considered as part of the chargeable consideration and may attract stamp duty liability. Bidders will be required to register in order to download the ‘legal pack’, if you choose to bid on the property you will be required to complete further identity checks for antimoney laundering purposes, provide card and solicitors details before you are able to place a bid. Properties may be sold prior to public auction if an offer is accepted by the vendors.
**Guide price - This is an indication of the seller’s minimum expectations at auction and is not necessarily the figure the property will achieve but acts as a guide, prices are subject to change prior to the auction.
**Reserve price - Most auctions will be subject to a reserve price, if this figure is not achieved during the auction then the property will not be sold. In normal circumstances the reserve price should be no more than 10% above a single figure guide price or if a guide price bracket is quoted the reserve will fall somewhere within those figures.