Brook View, Grange Park, Northampton, NN4

Brook View

  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Reception Room

1 bedroom ground floor flat SSTC

  • Reference Number 3417006_5791221
  • Agent Merry's Wootton
  • Agent Number 01604767400


About this property

An ideal rental investment or first time purchase is this one bedroom modern ground floor apartment situated within this sought after location. The apartment is pleasantly situated overlooking the bowling green. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. Externally there is one allocated parking space. The property is double glazed, the kitchen offers built in oven and hob and the heating is all electric. No upper chain. We are informed the original was for a period of 125 years. The current ground rent and service charges are £1600 per annum.

Allocated parking bay. Ample visitor parking bays

Entrance Hall
Storage cupboard, electric heater, security intercom, coved ceiling.

14' 10" x 11' 10" (4.52m x 3.61m) French doors over looking bowling green, electric heater, TV point, telephone point.

13' 3" x 6' 3" (4.04m x 1.91m) Fitted kitchen comprising of a range of base and wall mounted units and worktop surfaces, built in oven and hob, plumbing for washing machine, double glazed window to the side, tiled splash backs, ceramic tiled floor.

10' 10" x 10' 4" (3.30m x 3.15m) Electric heater, double glazed window to the front.

Panelled bath with mains fed shower unit over, wash hand basin and WC, airing cupboard, electric heater, extractor fan.

Key Features

Brook View, Grange Park, Northampton, NN4
  • One bedroom ground floor flat
  • Overlooking a bowling green
  • Lounge, kitchen with appliances
  • Popular location



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