16 Queens Crescent, Edlington, Doncaster, DN12 1BE – For sale by our joint auctioneers London City Auctions in their 30th of June auction, online or in person at the Hard Rock Hotel at 2pm
TWO BEDROOM TERRACED HOUSE
Freehold – Let on AST, Terms to be confirmed
We are pleased to offer this two bedroom mid terrace house in Edlington. This property was constructed between 1900 and 1929 and boasts 775 sq. ft of internal floor space.
To the ground floor you will find an entrance hall, two good sized reception rooms and a fitted kitchen.
To the first floor there are two bedrooms and a bathroom with overhead shower and a /WC.
There is also a good sized private garden to the rear of the property. AST at £500 PCM.
Primary schools, Supermarkets, Transport links and all other necessary amenities are within close proximity to the property. Council Tax Band A. EPC rated D with the possibility of achieving a B rating.
Doncaster is a large minster town in South Yorkshire, England, named after the River Don, which flows through the town. It is the main settlement of the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster and the second largest in South Yorkshire after Sheffield. Founded by the Romans, Doncaster is a major regional hub with good transport, heritage sites and recreation centres. It is also considered a market town due to its large market centre and market charter status from medieval times. In the 2011 census the town of Doncaster (identified as the built-up area subdivision) had a population of 109,805, while the wider built-up area had a population of 158,141.
Applies under the fall of the hammer. The purchaser shall pay 10% deposit. Plus, in addition, a buyer’s premium of 2% of the sale price, minimum of £5,000 + VAT upon exchange of the contract.