CHAIN FREE - LONG LEASE - LOW SERVICE CHARGE - PERFECT FOR FIRST TIME BUYERS AND INVESTORS - VIEWING RECOMMENDED
A spacious and well-presented first floor, one bedroom maisonette situated in a popular leafy residential location, close to extensive amenities and just 0.9 miles walking distance to Watford Junction station. The property provides contemporary styled accommodation, featuring a fitted kitchen, generously sized lounge, double bedroom, modern bathroom and an outdoor store. In our opinion this property is perfect for first time buyers or investors alike. Offered to the market with a newly extended lease and no onward chain.
From Watford Junction proceed along Station Road, at the crossroads turn right into St Albans Road, continue along then turn left into Leavesden Road, proceed to the top of the road and at the traffic lights turn right in Longspring, where number 11 can be found on the left hand side, set back from the road.
Watford is a desirable location for many as it offers an ideal balance of urban and rural living. With a vibrant town centre and excellent transport links into London combined with plenty of green space, Watford offers the best of both worlds. Watford Town Centre has a variety of entertainment and retail options, including a big shopping centre, large Cineworld Imax cinema and a vibrant restaurant hub. There are also various sports facilities including golf, football, tennis and cricket and many leisure and health clubs close by. Notably, Watford is home to one of England's most luxurious golf courses at The Grove, Chandlers Cross. Watford is surrounded by some beautiful countryside with many locations to enjoy walking and cycling. Cassiobury Park is a popular attraction, being the largest public open space in Watford with over 190 acres of green space catering for all ages, including sports facilities, kids' attractions and a nature reserve.
Tenure: Leasehold - 182 years remaining
Local Authority: Watford Borough Council
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band D
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