15 Ullet Rd, Liverpool L17 3BL, UK
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Last Sold: NOV 2015
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AI think: £861,934
Users think: N/A
Agents think: £150,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
HPI banks think: £839,937
Concentric Sales & Lettings - Liverpool Agent Valuation of this property is £150,000
Fantastic opportunity to purchase a one bedroom apartment in a well maintained block of apartments in the highly sought after area of Aigburth, L17. The property is located on Ullet Road which is just stones throw away from Lark Lane and Sefton Park with beautiful views.
The property briefly compromises of large hallway, double bedroom, bathroom with 3 piece suite, reception room and kitchen. The apartment is bright throughout with windows looking out onto the well maintained gardens of the apartment block and Sefton Park.
Currently rented out however can be sold as vacant possession.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate location and size.
Tenure - Leasehold
Lease Length - 125 years from 1996
Service Charge -
Ground Rent -
EPC Rating - D
Council Tax Band - A
Lovely and bright reception room with neutral decor and laminate flooring throughout.
Good sized kitchen with solid white units, grey decor and integrated electric cooker/hob.
Double bedroom with double built in wardrobes. Neutral decor and laminate flooring throughout.
White 3 piece suite including bath with over head shower, wash basin and W.C
Well maintained and cleaned entrance hall.
Well maintained communal gardens to the front of the property.
Every care has been taken with the preparation of these particulars but complete accuracy cannot be guaranteed. If there is any point which is particularly important to you, please obtain professional confirmation. Alternatively, we will be pleased to check the information for you. All measurements quoted are approximate. Any Fixtures, Fittings and Appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. These particulars do not constitute a contract or part of a contract.