Scholars Court, Town Centre, Northampton, NN1

Scholars Court

  • 1 Bedroom
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Reception Room

1 bedroom apartment SSTC

  • Reference Number 3417006_21329383
  • Agent Merry's Wootton
  • Agent Number 01604767400

£130,000

About this property

Located within the popular Cultural Quarter part of the town centre is this one bedroom ground floor apartment which is being offered for sale with no UPPER CHAIN. The apartment would make an ideal first time purchase/rental investment. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, lounge/diner, kitchen with built in appliances, bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a bathroom. Externally, there is one allocated parking space. The apartment is in need of some updating. We are informed that there are approximately 102 years remaining on the lease. The ground rent is £236.54 per quarter.





Ground Floor


Entrance Hall
Storage heater, security intercom, cupboard housing hot water cylinder, storage cupboard.

Lounge/Dining Room
3.9m x 3.9m (12' 10" x 12' 10") Double glazed window to the front, feature fireplace.

Kitchen
2.7m x 2.29m (8' 10" x 7' 6") Fitted kitchen comprising one and half bowl sink with cupboards under, further range of base and wall mounted units, integrated hob, oven, extractor, fridge/freezer, plumbing for washing machine.

Bedroom
2.71m x 5.5m (8' 11" x 18' 1") Double glazed window to the front, built in wardrobes, storage heater.

Bathroom
Panelled bath with mains fed shower unit, wash hand basin, close coupled WC, tiled splash backs, ceramic tiled floor, extractor, towel radiator.

Outside
One allocated parking space.

Key Features

Scholars Court, Town Centre, Northampton, NN1
  • A ONE BEDROOM GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT
  • LOCATED WITHIN THE POPULAR CULTURAL QUARTER OF THE TOWN CENTRE
  • KITCHEN WITH BUILT IN APPLIANCES
  • ALLOCATED PARKING SPACE
  • VACANT POSSESSION
  • IDEAL FIRST TIME PURCHASE/RENTAL INVESTMENT

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Address

Unit 4 Wootton Fields Centre Wootton Hope Drive Wootton Northampton NN4 6DY

Telephone

01604767400

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