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Lot - 26 Douglas Road, Long Eaton, Nottingham, NG10 4BG Auction Lot £150,000+ - Auction Estates

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10 December 2020

26 Douglas Road, Nottingham, NG10 4BG

Guide Price: £150,000+


3
Bedrooms

Key Features

  • Freehold 3 bedroom semi-detached house
  • Located a short walk from Long Eaton Town Centre
  • To be offered with full vacant possession, 8 week completion
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Freehold three bedroom semi-detached residential property located a short walk from Long Eaton Town Centre

• Freehold 3 bedroom semi-detached house
• Located a short walk from Long Eaton Town Centre
• Good transport links and close to junction 25 of the M1
• Surrounded by a wealth of residential properties
• GF - 2 x reception rooms and kitchen
• FF - 2 x double bedrooms, 1 single bed and family bathroom
• Good sized garden to the rear with garage
• Off street parking to the front
• Property is in need of cosmetic refurbishment
• Ideal opportunity for owner occupiers, investors and as a flip
• Close to Trent College & Willsthorpe School
• 8 week completion

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Freehold with vacant possession

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