Braceby Avenue, Birmingham, B13 2 Bedroom Apartment Flat/apartment For Sale

£95,000

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Floor Plans

Quick Facts
Parking
  • On Street
Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Gas Central
Outside Space
  • Communal Garden
Accessibility
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users
Condition
  • Good

Property Features

  • EPC D
  • Ideal investment property
  • NO UPWARD CHAIN
  • Two double bedrooms
  • First Floor Apartment
  • Quite location
  • Low ground rent and service charges

Property Description

This is a spacious first floor, two bedroom first apartment for sale with NO UPWARD CHAIN. The property is an ideal first time purchaser or investment property with a potential income of just below £600 achieved in the area!

The property is situated in a small quite development in Billesley, which is conveniently located close to local buses and train routes.

The property comprises of UPVC double glazing throughout, Gas central heating; Both double bedrooms; A through lounge/Diner; Kitchen; Bathroom with shower; separate W.C

Lease information as follows; 

125 years remaining on the lease 

Ground rent - £10 per annum 

Service charges on average - £250 per annum 

To arrange a viewing before this property is taken please call the team on 0121 443 4222.


Property Reference: WOL-GPV10FDJ48

Tenancy Info

We will ask you to pay a deposit and rent in advance before you move into one of our properties. In addition to this you may be charged certain fees. There are NO FEES to apply for one of our properties or for your tenancy, check-in or deposit protection. However, should you require a change to, or novation of your tenancy agreement there will be a charge of £50.00. If you lose the keys or any fobs supplied you will be liable to the cost of replacement and should you wish to terminate your tenancy within its' term when you are not entitled to do so, you will be liable for the landlords' costs in re-letting. These will vary but will be clearly communicated to you as soon as you advise us that you need to leave. Obviously if you leave having reached the end of your fixed term and given the correct notice there is no charge for that.