An exciting opportunity to purchase a 30% share of ownership (Minimum 30% Maximum 75%) in a three bedroom family home on one of Nottinghamshire's most exciting new developments. Aslakr Park is located in the beautiful Nottinghamshire village of Aslockton and is just a short distance from the A52 and A46 offering fantastic links to the surrounding area.
Why buy a share in a property? Buying a share in a property allows you to get a foot on the property ladder or purchase a larger home than your budget would otherwise allow. How does it work? Buy a minimum 30% share in the property and pay a rent on the remainder. You have the opportunity to purchase more of the property when fortunes favour.
This three bedroomed mid-terraced property is built in The Elston design (plot 15). Enter the property into the entrance hallway which is ideal for storing coats and shoes and has an adjoining downstairs WC. The hallway opens through into a large open plan living area consisting of Kitchen/diner and lounge area. The contemporary kitchen consists of floor standing and wall mounted units with work surfaces with inset stainless steel sink with feeder tap. Integrated appliances include fridge, freezer electric oven and hob with extractor above. The open plan living area is perfect for both formal and family dining and entertaining and there are double French doors leading out into the rear of the property.
To the first floor and accessed form a central landing area are three bedrooms the master of which over looks the rear aspect of the property. Two convenient storage cupboards are accessed from the landing area as well as the family bathroom. The bathroom consists of panelled bath with shower above, low level WC and pedestal wash basin.
To the exterior the property off road parking to the rear of the property and garden areas to the front and rear.
For room dimensions please see floorplan
Located on the edge of the beautiful Vale of Belvoir countryside and only 10 mins from the popular market town of Bingham, the village of Aslockton is famous as being the birthplace of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury 1533 - 1553. This quintessential English village boasts the convenience of a popular public house, primary school, village shop with post office and a train station with regular services to Nottingham and Grantham. The train from Grantham to London's King Cross is only an 1 hour and 10 mins making London a manageable commute. The recently improved local road network gives easy access to Nottingham, Grantham, Leicester, Melton Mowbray and Newark.
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