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Flat 10 Cestrian Court, Newcastle Road, CHESTER LE STREET, County Durham, DH3 3TD

19th May 2021
starts 09:30 AM at Grand Connaught Rooms
last bid was £35,500, guide price *
£35,000
Held on a long lease for a term of 125 years from 1 March 2007 (Thus having approximately 112 years remaining)
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The negotiator dealing with this Lot is James Paterson and he can be contacted by email: james.paterson@barnardmarcus.co.uk
Long leasehold ground floor self-contained retirement apartment
Full vacant possession

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Location:
The property is situated within Cestrian Court on Newcastle Road close to its junction with Pelaw Bank. Public transport links include Chester-Le-Street mainline rail station together a network of local bus services serving the surrounding vicinity. Road links include A1(M) and A167. Shopping amenities can be found locally within Chester-Le-Street with an extensive range of shops, bars and restaurants being found in Newcastle-Upon –Tyne to the North. Recreational pursuits can be found locally at the open spaces of Riverside Park and the River Wear.

Description: Long leasehold ground floor self-contained retirement apartment.

Accommodation:
Ground floor: One bedroom, reception room, kitchen, bathroom/WC
Outside: Communal gardens

EPC rating: C

Lease: Held on a long lease for a term of 125 years from 1 March 2007 (Thus having approximately 112 years remaining)

To view: 8/5, 15/5 at 10am
By appointment only - Please call 0208 741 9990 to pre-regisrter
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lot infomation last updated: 17th August 2021 at 08:56 AM

what's next?

Before making an offer or attending the auction to bid, we recommend that you visit the property, check all of the contents of the legal pack and where appropriate ask your solicitor to check this too. You also need to ensure you have means to pay the deposit, our contract documentation charge and have the funds available to meet the full purchase cost on completion. For more information please read our buyers guide.
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