This is a beautifully presented first floor, two double bedroom apartment which has an ensuite to the main bedroom as well as the separate bathroom. Situated on the bus route into the City Centre and to the Royal Derby Hospital, it is in a fantastic location and ideal for both a buyer to live in themselves or an investor!
Situated on the first floor of the building, there is a beautiful and light open plan living, dining and kitchen area. With views over the green, there is a Juliet balcony allowing light to flood into the room which has an additional space off of the living room which would make a great space to have a home office set up. The kitchen has space for a dining table as well as having plenty or worktop and storage space. Both of the bedrooms have space for a double bed with there being an en-suite to the master bedroom which has a shower, toilet and sink. The bathroom is fitted with a bath with an overhead shower, toilet and sink too. Outside, there is an allocated parking space for the property.
Why You'll Love This Home - Offering a fantastic amount of living space, the location is fantastic being on the bus route into the City as well as to the Royal Derby Hospital!
Mickleover is a fantastic village for the whole family, full of essential amenities there are five primary schools throughout the village, which feed into Murray Park Secondary School in Mickleover or John Port Academy in neighbouring Etwall. At the start of Station Road, there’s a Tesco Supermarket and a petrol station as well as an array of shops on Uttoxeter Road including a Post Office, Birds, a charity shop and takeaway restaurants. The buses run frequently into the City Centre which also pass Royal Derby Hospital on the way through with easy access to the major road links including the A38, leading to the A50 and the A52 towards the A6.
We have been informed by the seller that the leasehold information is as follows:
Approx. Ground Rent: £225 a year
Approx. Service Charge: £1000 a year
Length of Lease or Remaining lease term: 125 years from 2009