SOLD 2 Lower St John

Neath

Region: Other

Asking price: £95000.00

FRONTAGE

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GREAT VALUE FOR MONEY

Rental potential in excess of £500 Per Month

REALLY MUST BE VIEWED TO BE APPRECIATED!

Investment Opportunity  Well Designed, Modern Two Bedroom Home In Excellent  Condition With Large Well Fitted  Kitchen  

In a Small Terrace Of Four Similar Homes. Garage And Off Road Parking With Rear Courtyard Style Garden -Close To Facilities Including Supermarket  

 

• Large Light Sitting Room With Patio Doors To Level Courtyard Garden
• Large Kitchen/ Dining Room
• Stainless Steel Appliances Included (Oven, Hob & Extractor Unit)
• Two Large Double Bedrooms
• Modern Tiled Bathroom
• Integral Garage With Up And Over Door
• Tarmac Frontage With Allocated Two Parking Spaces
• Rear Access
• Double Glazed Throughout
• Gas Central Heating
• Walking Distance To Large Supermarket/Shops & School
 
Number 2 Lower St Johns Court really must be viewed by any serious investor buyer seeking a purchase in this price range. The property has recently been on the rental market earning an income of £500 per month. Completed in 2010 it is a particularly smart home. Well laid out, the accommodation has a practical floorplan and it is particularly convenient, within easy walking distance of amenities.


The interior is spacious and light with two large double bedrooms, one having an integral wardrobe.
The main reception space is on the first floor (garage below) and includes a Large Sitting Room, Kitchen/Dining Room and Cloakroom.
The smartly fitted kitchen offers plenty of space for a dining area and also includes stainless steel appliances of hob, overhead extractor unit and built under ovens. Complimented by a contemporary choice of wall and floor tiling it is a  kitchen to be admired.
The Sitting Room is a large light bright room, almost square shape which would allow for a very practical furniture arrangement. On the first floor the  Sitting Room has patio doors opening directly to the level gardens which are currently neatly paved and easy to maintain making pretty courtyard areas. The neatly fenced courtyards also offer gated access to a rear pathway which can provide a route back down to the ground level at the front. The modern Bathroom smartly fitted with coordinating tiling.

The property  has a garage on the ground floor and with a tarmac frontage also offers off road parking space for two cars.


IN SUMMARY (Agents Opinion)
This house is a an excellent buy and would be  ideal for  an investor buyer and would be  earning a good return from day one. The £500 per month rental it was achieving could earn you a whopping 6% on your investment compared to the negligible bank return on the same amount of outlay this can only be good. The accommodation is well thought out with good sized, light and airy rooms with a modern, well equipped kitchen. The patio courtyard to the rear is low maintenance for busy people but would also provide a blank canvas for those with green fingers who wish to create a town garden haven. With space, light, great location and offering excellent value for money – why not book a viewing today and see for yourself what a find this  property  has to offer - we can thoroughly recommend a viewing.


ACCOMMODATION
Half glazed with decorative insert UPVC front door opens to a small front lobby.  Central lighting.  Small radiator.  Stairs with wooden rail leading to first floor hallway.

HALLWAY 6’3 x 6’1  (1.9m x 1.8m)
Central ceiling lighting.  Smoke alarm.  Window to side aspect.  Radiator.  Half-turn staircase leading to second floor.  Doors leading to Kitchen, Sitting Room and Cloakroom.

SITTING ROOM  13’1 x 12’10  (4m x 3.7m)
Central ceiling lighting.  Coving.  Radiator.  Sliding patio doors leading out to rear courtyard garden.  Understairs cupboard with lighting.  Laminate flooring.

KITCHEN  12’10 - 9’5 x 12’9  (3.7m-2.9m x 3.9m)
Two ceiling lights.  Coving.  Window to front aspect.  Range of wall and floor units.  Built under oven.  Fitted worktops incorporating stainless steel gas hob with overhead stainless steel extractor fan, 1.5 stainless steel sink.  Tiled splash backs.  Laminate  tiled effect flooring.

CLOAKROOM
Central lighting.  Xpelair.  Radiator.  White suite compromising of low level WC and wall mounted small hand basin.

From the hallway, half-turn staircase leading to both left and right.  Central lighting.  Smoke alarm.  Left hand stairs leads to;-

BEDROOM ONE  13’ x 12’10  (3.9m x 3.7m)
Central lighting.  Coving.  Window to rear aspect.  Walk-in closet with light.  Radiator 

From the landing, right hand staircase leading to another small landing.  Loft hatch.  Coving.  Doors leading to Bedroom Two, Bathroom and large storage cupboard.

BEDROOM TWO  12’10 x 9’6  (3.7m x 2.9m)
Central lighting.  Window to front aspect.  Radiator. 


FAMILY BATHROOM  6’4 x 6’2  (2m x 1.9m)
Inset spot lighting.  Coving.  Window to side aspect or Xpelair depending on position in terrace.   Radiator.  Half ceramic tiled walls.  White suite compromising of panelled bath, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin.  Ceramic tiled flooring.

OUTSIDE
See initial description.

GARAGE  16’4 x 9’7  (5m x 3m)
Fluorescent lighting.  Concrete flooring.  Up and over metal door.

DIRECTIONS
From the A465 Heads of the Valleys road, take the A474 exit towards Neath/Pontardawe.  At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto A474.  At the next roundabout, go past and take the 2nd exit onto Neath Abbey Road/A4230.  Continue along this road, over two mini roundabouts.  Take a left turn at Old Road/B4290 where the property will be found on the right hand side as marked by our For Sale board.

FOR SAT NAV USERS THE POSTCODE IS SA10 7LR
NEATH ABBEY is situated on the outskirts of the town of Neath.  It is home to the wonderful ruins of its namesake, Neath Abbey.  The Abbey was a Cistercian monastery.  It was once the largest abbey in Wales. Substantial ruins can still be seen and the Tudor Historian John Leland called Neath Abbey "the fairest abbey of all Wales." 
For more up-to-date services, Neath Abbey has a Supermarket within walking distance of the properties.  There is also a business park to the south of the community area with a junction onto the A465 trunk road which, heading east, joins the M4 Motorway at Junction 43, less than five minutes away.  Longford Memorial Hall is a recently refurbished community centre and village hall and has two committee rooms.  There is also a community centre at Cwrt Herbert.  Near the business park are located the Tennant Canal and Neath Abbey Ironworks.  There is much woodland in the area with footpaths maintained by the community council.
NEATH  Local amenities include a library, a community swimming pool, a sports hall, primary school and secondary schools, a police station and fire station.  There are a variety of churches serving most denominations.  There has been a settlement at this crossing place of the river Neath since ancient times.  Old and modern are clearly evident with the remains of Neath Castle sitting close to today’s shopping centre.  Neath has a proud association with Rugby.  The local team formed in 1871 and the inaugeration of the W.R.U. took place at the Castle Hotel in 1881.  Admiral Nelson also stayed at this hotel.  Neath is the centre of a beautiful area stretching from the Brecon Beacons to the South West Wales Coast.  You can explore the network of footpaths in the Vale of Neath or the cycle tracks in the Afan Valley (known locally as 'Little Switzerland').  Margam Country Park is also popular for its splendid landscapes, architecture, rich heritage and cultural past.  It has a magnificent 18th Century Orangery, an impressive and picturesque Tudor-Gothic style Victorian Mansion House and 12th Century Chapter House.  It is used as the venue for antique fairs and other events.
SCHOOLS  There are three local schools: Neath Abbey infant and Early Years School, Mynachlog Nedd Juniors, and Dwr Y Felin Lower School.

MOTORWAYS  The M4 is quite close giving good access to Swansea, Cardiff and Newport.

RAILWAYS  There is a mainline railway station in Neath serving Neath and South Wales.  The station is located at street level on Windsor Road in Neath town centre.  Just outside the railway station is a bus station which is served National Express services.  There are rail links to Cardiff, Swansea and London Paddington.


NB:  IMPORTANT - ALL MEASUREMENTS QUOTED HAVE BEEN CARRIED OUT USING A LASER MEASURE AND CANNOT BE GUARANTEED 100% ACCURATE SO SHOULD BE CONSIDERED A GUIDE ONLY. NEITHER DO WE MEASURE LAND OR ACREAGE AND IN THIS REGARD QUOTE ONLY INFORMATION GIVEN TO US BY THE VENDORS SO ANY ACREAGE SHOULD BE VERIFIED FROM LAND REGISTRY OR SOLICITORS BEFORE PURCHASE.  AS AGENTS WE DO NOT CHECK ANY MECHANICAL OR ELECTRICAL GOODS INCLUDED IN THE DETAILS AND CANNOT GUARANTEE THEM TO BE IN WORKING ORDER AT THE TIME OF PURCHASE.



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