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image  Imberwood Close, Warminster, Wiltshire, BA12

image ££74,950 Guide

image 1 Bedroom
image 1 Reception
image 1 Bathroom
image Sold STC (Leasehold)


 Ground Floor Apartment
 Close To Town CentreEntrance Lobby
 Sitting/Dining Room
 Double Bedroom
 Allocated Parking

Property Description

DESCRIPTION A ground floor one bedroom apartment located in a popular area of similar properties within easy walking distance of the town centre. The property comes with allocated parking, no onward chain and is currently tenanted, so a perfect property for investors or first time buyers. The accommodation offers an entrance lobby, sitting/dining room, kitchen, double bedroom and a bathroom. There are also some lawned communal areas.

OUTSIDE The car parking area lies to the rear of the property. The property also benefits from some borders and lawned communal areas.

LOCATION The town of Warminster offers a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities to include library, sports centre, swimming pool, schools, churches, doctors' and dentists' surgeries, hospital and post office. Warminster also benefits from a main line railway station to London Waterloo whilst the nearby A303 provides excellent road links to London to the east and Exeter to the west. Local attractions include Longleat House and Safari Park, Shearwater Lake, Stourhead and Salisbury Plain.

SITTING ROOM 14' 9" x 10' 0" (4.51m x 3.06m)

KITCHEN 7' 4" x 6' 8" (2.24m x 2.05m)

BEDROOM 14' 10" x 7' 6" (4.53m x 2.31m)

BATHROOM 7' 8" x 5' 6" (2.35m x 1.7m L shaped)

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