Park Drive is an ideal location for families looking to live within the catchments of Grange Parks excellent schools as well as commuters wanting easy access Grange Parks Network Rail Station.
This is an opportunity to acquire a spacious semi-detached home in need of modernization but with vast scope for renovation. Benefits include 2 separate reception rooms; the front with square bay window and the rear with patio doors leading to the garden, a square kitchen, 3 bedrooms, family bathroom and separate WC.
Externally the property offers a garage via shared driveway and ample off street parking to the front. The delightful 227ft garden with established shrubs offering a quiet retreat. The property is gas central heated and double glazed.
This substantial property offers scope to extend subject to the usual planning consents and is being sold on a chain free basis.
This property falls within council tax Band F - £2,036 in the current year.
The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for their purpose. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor. All measurements and descriptions are approximate. The floor plan shown is for illustrative purposes only and should not be scaled from.
Rent while you search
With good properties in good areas still flying off the shelves, it always pays to be ahead of the game when it comes to making an offer. Regardless of whether you offer the asking price, canny vendors are all too aware of the other influencing factors these days. Some might have been stung in the past by wobbly chains that couldn’t take the strain and finally collapsed, or they simply want to know that the sale will progress as quickly as possible and are looking for the buyer in the best position to ensure this happens.
Overpay for a mortgage-free future
Many homeowners are discovering that by upping their monthly mortgage repayments by just a fraction, they can shave years off their loan term. This particularly applies to those lucky enough to have reverted to variable rates when interest rates plummeted. If you were savvy enough to maintain your repayments at the same amount, you will have seen your mortgage term take a slide in the right direction without having to curtail your lifestyle.
Things to do Before Making an Offer
It’s always tempting to rush in with an offer when a property catches your eye. You don’t want to miss the boat and let someone else walk away with your dream house. However, it’s always a good idea to take some time out to review your decision and make sure that the house is going to be a good home and a good investment.