TENURE: Share of Freehold
Located in the popular village of Melbourn this spacious two bedroom purpose built apartment is an ideal first time buy or an investment. You are just moments from the array village amenities as well as great transport links which include the main line train station offering links to London and Cambridge.
The apartment is accessed via a secure entrance, which leads in to a communal hallway where you will also find the post boxes for the building. Stairs lead you to the first floor where the apartment is located.
The front door leads you to an entrance hallway, which includes built in storage for coats and shoes and access to the double loft space which provides plenty of storage. A real feature of the property is the reception room, which is very generous in size and allows ample space for both a lounge area and dining area if you so wish. The reception opens up to the kitchen area, this benefits from wall and floor units, integrated sink with mixer tap, integrated oven, four-ring gas hob and a integral fridge and freezer, integrated dishwasher and washing machine.
The apartment benefits from two good sized double bedrooms with the master bedroom including an en suite which comprises of a walk in shower, low level WC and wash basin . The second bedroom also benefits from double built in wardrobes. The property is completed by the bathroom, which comprises of a panel bath with shower above, low level WC and wash basin.
Outside the property benefits from a carport with one allocated car parking space, well maintained and landscaped communal gardens with bike rack with outside lighting.
The property is held under a Share of Freehold with a 999 year lease commencing from 2009. The service charge for the property is 1020 per annum.
Melbourn is an historic village with the Icknield Way running along its southern boundary, now bypassed, lying about 10 miles south of Cambridge and 3 miles north of Royston. The Parish Church of All Saints dates from the 13th century and the village is noted for its fine old cottages. Usual local facilities are readily available and the village has a wide range of local shops. Communications are excellent and Meldreth mainline station is close by which can provide a link to London Kings Cross in under one hour. Education facilities are good and there is the well known Melbourn Village College nearby.