- 2 Bedrooms
- Overlooking Duck Pond
- NOAK BRIDGE LOCATION
- Lovely Views
- Share of freehold
This apartment is surrounded by picturesque views of the local pond with its resident ducks and floating duck house. The French Doors in the lounge open on to the pond offering beautiful views. The apartment itself is larger than the average apartment in Noak Bridge and has a floor space of 74m2.
Durban Lane is one of the most desirable roads to live in on Noak Bridge, with its unique architectural designed apartments coupled with its pond and the local wildlife.
A long welcoming hallway with secure entry phone system and two storage cupboards.
Lounge 19`8` x 17`11` (6m x 5.4m)
A larger than average lounge/diner with plenty of space for furniture. There are four UPVC sash style windows allowing amble light into the room. Smooth ceiling and coving to finish. The pair of French Doors overlook the local pond, complete with its floating duck house and resident ducks.
Kitchen 9`10` x 8`6` (3m x 2.6m)
A fully fitted modern design kitchen with space for washing machine and dishwasher, two UPVC sash style windows to the front and side. The floor is tiled and there is a radiator under the window to the front. The kitchen has the benefit of an eye level oven and grill and a four ring gas hob.
Bathroom 8`3` x 6`1` (2.5m x 1.86m)
Tiled floor. A wash hand basin inside a vanity unit with storage underneath, white suite bath with shower over and a low level W.C. Built in airing cupboard and a UPVC sash window with obscure glass.
Bedroom One 13`7` x 9`92 (4.1m x 2.9m)
Carpet fitted, UPVC sash window fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom Two 9`10` x 8`2` (3m x 2.5m)
Carpet fitted, UPVC sash window.
The owner has the benefit of owning a share of the freehold. The management charges are approx. £500 a year and there is around 84 years left on the lease with the option to extend the lease further. There are two parking spaces under a car port.
EPC rating D
Council tax B
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