2-bedroom apartment sold subject to contract
Katherine Place, 240 Station Road, Knowle, Solihull, B93 0ES - Asking Price £325,000
- GROUND FLOOR APARTMENT
- COMMUNAL ENTRANCE HALL
- RECEPTION HALL WITH SECURITY INTERCOM
- SPACIOUS LIVING ROOM
- RE-FITTD DINING KITCHEN
- 2 DOUBLE BEDROOMS - EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
- GAS CENTRAL HEATING - DOUBLE GLAZING
- COMMUNAL GARDENS - 2 DESIGNATED PARKING SPACES
- 113 YEAR UNEXPIRED LEASE
- NO CHAIN
Apt 1 Katherine Court is an impressive, spacious, well presented, 2 bedroom ground floor apartment, set within well-tended communal gardens being most conveniently situated within strolling distance of Knowle village centre and benefitting from no upward chain.
"This has been the perfect apartment and would be really well suited to a very broad range of people because of its location. Being of a more mature age it's only a short walk for me (about 10 mins even for me!) from the centre of Knowle and even closer to Knowle park.
Dorridge village is not much further with the local train station to Warwick, Solihull, Birmingham & London. By road, it puts you in easy reach of Solihull, NEC, the M42 + airport & international train station - all within a 10 to 15 mins drive.
The apartment itself is really well laid out & I've particularly liked the spacious rooms so I've never had the feeling of being cooped up. There's a lovely garden area at the rear which is nice & quiet to sit in on sunny afternoon & although it's on Station Road which can be a bit busy from time to time, it's very tranquil being tucked away behind the mature foliage at the front.
The 2 car parking spaces have been really useful when family had been visiting & overall it's been a lovely place to live."
We have been advised that the property is LEASEHOLD, with a 125 year lease from 01.04.06 (113 unexpired) a service charge of £160pcm and ground rent £200pa. However you should check this with your legal advisor before exchanging contracts.
Solihull Borough Council
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