Blyton Court, Wandsworth, London - 30% share (£129,000)

Share value: 30% - £129,000

Full price: £430,000 The full value of the property

Monthly payment: £580.55 The monthly payment you make for the share of the home that you don't own

Service charge: £114.61 pm Residents of a development pay this for maintenance of communal/external areas

Total monthly payment: £695.16


Years on lease: 91

Eligibility: Live or Work in Local Authority

Two bedroom Third floor flat available in Wandsworth for shared ownership

Location

The property is situated within the popular St Georges Grove development of similar flats. Underground stations are available at Tooting Bec and Tooting Broadway. Mainline station at Earlsfield. Good access to A24 trunk road.

Description

Key Features

  • Third floor flat
  • Two bedrooms
  • Allocated parking space
  • Secure entry phone system
  • Double glazing and gas fired central heating
  • Good access to local amenities
  • Available on a 30% shared ownership basis

Full Description

Two bedroom flat available through our Shared Ownership Scheme

Available for £129,000 for 30% share based on a market value of £430,000
SO Resi Monthly Payment - £580.55
Monthly Service Charge - £114.61
Total Monthly Charge - £695.16 £ PLUS MORTGAGE REQUIRED FOR 30% SHARE

Property Details

Private entrance hall
Fitted cupboard

Bedroom 1
3.84 x 3.76
Fitted cupboard

Kitchen
2.06 x 3.60
Good range of modern units. Gas hob. Cooker. Integrated fridge / freezer, dishwasher and washer / dryer

Reception room
4.19 x 3.60

Bathroom with WC
White suite. Shower over bath.

Bedroom 2
3.44 x 3.77
Fitted cupboard

Outside
Well-kept communal grounds and areas, including bin and bike stores. Allocated parking space

EPC Rating

Energy Rating Band - B
Environmental Impact Band - B

All room dimensions approximate.
Please note figures given for SO Resi monthly payment and service charge are correct at time of marketing. There is an annual increase that takes place. Please contact us for more information.

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