2-bedroom apartment for sale
Cedarhurst, Park Road, Solihull, B91 3SU - Asking Price £250,000
- SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT - SOLIHULL TOWN CENTRE LOCATION
- 954 YEAR UNEXPIRED LEASE
- COMMUNAL ENTRANCE HALL - RECEPTION HALL WITH SECURITY INTERCOM
- LIVING ROOM - FULLY INTEGRATED KITCHEN
- 2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS - BATHROOM
- GAS CENTRAL HEATING - DOUBLE GLAZING
- GARAGE IN ADJACENT SEPARATE BLOCK
- COMMUNAL PARKING - COMMUNAL GARDENS
- NO CHAIN
31 Cedarhurst is a spacious, well-proportioned, 2 double bedroom, second floor apartment, being peacefully, yet most conveniently situated within a moment’s stroll of the town centre and benefitting from a 954 year unexpired lease and no upward chain.
I always loved living in Cedarhurst, the location was perfect for me. I could pop into Solihull town centre for a quick drink with a friend or a nice meal. Touchwood and the surrounding pedestrianised area had all the shops I ever needed, and more, for some retail therapy as well as a couple of supermarkets just round the corner which made live so much easier.
For me though the best kept secret in Solihull was 1 minute by foot in other direction, Brueton park. The kids and grand-kids loved the park with running paths, lake, huge playground, tennis courts and Parkridge nature reserve. My family always joked because after a walk in the Spring I would say that Spring was my favourite season but then in Autumn I would change my mind, I think I loved the colours of the leaves.
I loved being able to have, not just parking for friends, but also a garage right in central Solihull. I often had friends come over by train too. Solihull station was only 10-15 minute walk down the Hight street and would give us easy access to Birmingham and all its nightlife. I never really used the airport but I guess that’s handy too.
The flat was lovely and warm and Cedarhurst is a lovely quiet area despite being in the centre of Solihull. The flat always felt spacious with its good size rooms and had great high-up views on the second floor. I personally loved reading a book in the sun in the beautifully maintained little communal garden. It was nice to bump into a couple of the neighbours and feel that sense of community. Always friendly but not intrusive and a really good mix of young and old.
After nearly 15 lovely years at Cedarhurst I had to move away to be nearer family and it was a bit of a wrench to leave. I loved Cedarhurst and hope people are as happy as I was there.
We have been advised that the property is LEASEHOLD, with approximately 954 years unexpired (999 years from 28th September 1978) and is subject to a current annual service charge of £1,050.10 per half year and a current annual ground rent of £50. You should check this with your legal advisor before exchanging contracts.
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