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£195,000

1 bed flat for sale

Goodman House, Upper King Street, Royston

  • Property type:Studio
  • Bedrooms:1
  • Time on market:9 months
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Communal entrance door to external entrance hall: 

Stairs to first floor.  

Entrance door to:  

ENTRANCE HALL: Radiator. Storage cupboard with hanging rail. Door to: 

OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/LOUNGE/DINER: 24' 8" x 13' 10" (7.53 x 4.22m). A range of wall and base units. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Work tops. Kick backs. Electric oven. Electric hob with extractor hood over. Integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher.Inset spot lights. T.v. aerial point. Radiator. Two single glazed sash window to front. 

BEDROOM: 10' 2" reducing to 8' 2" x 9' 3" (3.1m reducing to 2.5m x 2.83m). Fitted double wardrobe with hanging rail and mirrored doors. Radiator. Wooden single glazed sash window to front.  

SHOWER ROOM: Walk in shower cubicle with wall mounted shower. Fully tiled surround. Wash hand basin with vanity unit under and mixer tap. Tiled splashbacks. Glazed unit with lights over. Low level w.c. Chrome heated towel rail. Inset spot lights. Extractor fan. Tiled floor. Airing cupboard with tank and immersion heater. Slatted shelves over.  

COUNCIL TAX:  

Band: TBC  

LEASE:  

TERM: 999 years 

GROUND RENT: TBC 

Service Charge: Approx £1,109.89 pa 

VIEWING: Strictly by appointment via Marshalls 01763 247788 

FINANCIAL ADVICE: We have a local independent Mortgage Advisor who is available to discuss your financial requirements. Please telephone 01763 247788 to make an appointment. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.  

EPC: TO FOLLOW 

To follow Royston is a popular North Hertfordshire Market Town with excellent rail links to London and Cambridge and easy access to M11, A14 and A1 motorways. The town has a wealth of local history as Therfield Heath was the former hunting ground of King James I and is now a conservation area. The town itself has numerous shops, bars and restaurants which are in easy walking distance of Goodman House.

Goodman House dates back originally to the 1800's and was named after one of the original owners Thomas Goodman who used the building as a grocery store. The store later became a bank in the late 1970's and in more recent times was owned by Natwest. Goodman House is now a development of six apartments and a commercial unit to the ground floor. 
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£195,000

1 bed flat for sale

Goodman House, Upper King Street, Royston
Communal entrance door to external entrance hall: 

Stairs to first floor.  

Entrance door to:  

ENTRANCE HALL: Radiator. Storage cupboard with hanging rail. Door to: 

OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/LOUNGE/DINER: 24' 8" x 13' 10" (7.53 x 4.22m). A range of wall and base units. Stainless steel sink and drainer unit with mixer tap. Work tops. Kick backs. Electric oven. Electric hob with extractor hood over. Integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher.Inset spot lights. T.v. aerial point. Radiator. Two single glazed sash window to front. 

BEDROOM: 10' 2" reducing to 8' 2" x 9' 3" (3.1m reducing to 2.5m x 2.83m). Fitted double wardrobe with hanging rail and mirrored doors. Radiator. Wooden single glazed sash window to front.  

SHOWER ROOM: Walk in shower cubicle with wall mounted shower. Fully tiled surround. Wash hand basin with vanity unit under and mixer tap. Tiled splashbacks. Glazed unit with lights over. Low level w.c. Chrome heated towel rail. Inset spot lights. Extractor fan. Tiled floor. Airing cupboard with tank and immersion heater. Slatted shelves over.  

COUNCIL TAX:  

Band: TBC  

LEASE:  

TERM: 999 years 

GROUND RENT: TBC 

Service Charge: Approx £1,109.89 pa 

VIEWING: Strictly by appointment via Marshalls 01763 247788 

FINANCIAL ADVICE: We have a local independent Mortgage Advisor who is available to discuss your financial requirements. Please telephone 01763 247788 to make an appointment. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.  

EPC: TO FOLLOW 

To follow Royston is a popular North Hertfordshire Market Town with excellent rail links to London and Cambridge and easy access to M11, A14 and A1 motorways. The town has a wealth of local history as Therfield Heath was the former hunting ground of King James I and is now a conservation area. The town itself has numerous shops, bars and restaurants which are in easy walking distance of Goodman House.

Goodman House dates back originally to the 1800's and was named after one of the original owners Thomas Goodman who used the building as a grocery store. The store later became a bank in the late 1970's and in more recent times was owned by Natwest. Goodman House is now a development of six apartments and a commercial unit to the ground floor.