WELL PRESENTED two bedroom apartment located on the fifth floor of this modern development on Rapier Street, Ipswich, with easy access to A12/A14, Ipswich waterfront and Ipswich town center. Allocated parking space included.
*CASH BUYERS ONLY*
Secure entry system with lift access to fifth floor.
Hallway has a large, handy storage cupboard as well as separate airing cupboard housing the boiler.
Both bedrooms are carpeted and have views looking out towards the town. The second smaller bedroom would make an ideal home office or child's room.
The bathroom sits opposite the bedrooms and has shower over bath, wash basin, toilet and heated towel rail.
At the end of the hallway is the good sized living room with carpet flooring throughout and a door leading out to the private balcony. The balcony overlooks the communal garden and play area below and has distant views towards the Orwell bridge.
Round to the left of the living room sits the modern kitchen with fitted wall and base level units, and integrated fridge freezer, electric oven, hob and extractor hood. There is also space and pipe work for a freestanding washing machine and slim line dishwasher.
The apartment also benefits from electric underfloor heating and double glazing throughout. Ideal for first time buyers or investors looking to expand their portfolios.
The Rapier Street development is ideally located within a mile of Ipswich Town Centre and Train Station, with regular services to London Liverpool Street, as well as to the Suffolk Coast.
Property currently tenanted achieving annual rental income of £9,420
Annual service charge: £2,733
Annual ground rent: £150
Annual parking charge: £30
102 years remaining on lease
Ipswich Borough Council, Band A
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