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£300,000 O.I.E.O

2 Bedroom Apartment

Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth

Key Features

  • stunning apartment
  • allocated secure off-road parking (one space)
  • two bathrooms
  • two double bedrooms
  • spacious lounge with intergrated applicances
  • good buy-to-let opportunity or owner occupier
  • sixth floor apartment
  • long lease
  • gunwharf quays
  • council tax: d

Property Description

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Welcome to this sixth-floor apartment in The Crescent, Gunwharf Quays-an exceptional opportunity to immerse yourself in the vibrant lifestyle offered by this sought-after location. Just steps away from the myriad shops, bars, and restaurants of Gunwharf Quays, and in close proximity to Portsmouth Harbour Train Station, The Hard Interchange, University of Portsmouth, Seafront, and City Centre, this apartment is at the heart of the action.

Included with the apartment is an allocated space in the secure car park, ensuring convenience and peace of mind. Internally, the property features two double bedrooms, with the master bedroom boasting an en-suite bathroom and ample fitted wardrobe. The spacious lounge/kitchen area is adorned with integrated appliances, offering a modern and functional living space. The large family bathroom features a shower over the top.

This property presents an excellent opportunity for both owner-occupiers and investment buyers alike. Currently, tenants are in situ, paying £1,500 per calendar month until May 2024, providing a steady return on investment. Additionally, there is the added potential for vacant possession and no forward chain, offering flexibility for the new owner. Don't miss the chance to make this fantastic apartment your own. 

LEASEHOLD INFORMATION Ground Rent - £200p.a.
Service Charges - Approx £4600p/a
Lease Years - 184 years remaining.

Please note that Martin & Co have not checked or verified the lease terms or the service charge/ground rent costs. The information provided above has been provided to us from the Seller. Your solicitor will check all of the above during the conveyancing process and you should only rely on information provided by them when making the final decision as to whether to buy any leasehold property.  
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