- Refurbishment Opportunity
- Popular St Vincent"s Development
- Potential Investment Project
- Parking Included
- Two Double Bedrooms
- CASH BUYERS ONLY
**PUBLIC NOTICE 05/11/18: We are now in receipt of an offer of £126,500. Interested parties may submit higher offers in writing to the selling agent prior to exchange of contracts taking place.**
*CASH BUYERS ONLY* Case McNair are delighted to bring to the market this good sized two double bedroom, ground floor apartment with parking in the popular St Vincents Development, occupying a desirable location in leafy Victoria Park. Conveniently placed close to the centre of the residential district of Fallowfield, this property is in need of refurbishment throughout, but represents an exciting opportunity for buy to let investors, and owner occupiers alike to put their stamp on it.
The accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance hallway, leading through to a large storage space, two well sized double bedrooms, the master bedroom benefiting from an additional storage cupboard, bathroom (in need of bathroom fittings), and a large reception room that receives plenty of natural light. The property also benefits from a car parking space.
Hadfield Close is part of the prominent St Vincent`s residential development built in 2002. Four separate blocks comprising 128 apartments which all reside along a beautiful tree lined road. Situated in the heart of Victoria Park, Manchester City Centre is only three miles away, with easy access available to the various Manchester University campuses, Manchester Central & Children`s University Hospital, and Platt Fields park.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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