• Leasehold Double Bedroom Second Floor Apartment in Purpose Built Residential Block
  • Retired/Sheltered Accommodation Benefiting from a Number of Resident’s Facilities
  • Conveniently Located in the Heart of Kemp Town
DESCRIPTION Danny Sheldon House is a purpose built block of flats offering retirement/sheltered accommodation. The block benefits from a number of resident’s facilities including communal lounge, parking bays, passenger lift to all floors, communal gardens, house manager, entry phone door security and laundry room. Flat 32 occupies part of the second floor and is a spacious one bedroom apartment offered in good decorative order with double glazing throughout, fitted kitchen and Juliet balcony off the lounge. The property is offered for sale with vacant possession.


So Legal, 55 South Street, Eastbourne, BN21 4UT Tel: 01323 407555 Contact: Jamie Salvidge


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HALLWAY: Built-in cupboard housing electric meters and water tank
LIVING ROOM: 6.4m x 3.2m narrowing to 2.5m. Electric heater, double glazed French doors to Juliet balcony. Through to:
KITCHEN: 2.1m x 1.6m. Comprising range of wall mounted and under counter units, sink and drainer, space for large kitchen appliance, integrated hob and oven.
BEDROOM: 4.3m x 2.6m. Double glazed window, electric heater, fitted wardrobe.
SHOWER ROOM: White suite comprising shower cubicle, wash basin and vanity unit, low level WC and heated towel rail.
LEASE: 99 years from 10th June 1983
GROUND RENT: £444.74 per annum
SERVICE CHARGE: £3,303.90 per annum (approximately)
NB: Our client has advised us that water is included within the service charge

Guide Price & Reserves

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