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Ascalon Street

2 beds | £475,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


  • Modern Top Floor Flat
  • 2 Double Bedrooms
  • Good Size Open Plan reception Room and Kitchen
  • Private West Facing Balcony
  • Smart Purpose Built Block
  • 104 Years Lease
  • Fantastic Location
  • 3 Minutes Walk from Battersea Power Station Tube
  • Close to Battersea Park and Chelsea Bridge
  • Ideal First Time Buy

Top floor apartment in small modern 3 storey purpose built block located in fantastic setting moments away from the Battersea Power Station Development.
Comprises reception room opening into fully integrated kitchen, 2 decent double bedrooms, bathroom and private west facing balcony.
Has laminated wooden flooring, gas central heating and masses of natural light.
Situated within 2-3 minutes walk of the new Northern Line Tube Stop at the Power Station and the extensive range of shopping, as well as riverside bars, coffee shops and restaurants.
Both Queenstown Road and Battersea Park Stations are within 10 minutes walk offering mainline trains to Waterloo (11 minutes) and Victoria (5 minutes) and there's a good choice of buses into the West End, Westminster and the City.
Also well placed for the wide open spaces of Battersea Park as well as Chelsea Bridge which provides a short walk into Sloane Square.
Lease is 104 years, Wandsworth Council Tax Band D. Excellent first time buy or letting investment.

Council Tax A fee submitted to your local authority to cover expenses related to local amenities such as schools, libraries, and waste management. The payment amount is determined based on the property's value. Read our glossary page

D

Tenure Explains the various forms of property ownership, including freehold, leasehold, and commonhold, and how they determine your rights and responsibilities as a property owner. Read our glossary page :  

Leasehold

Ground Rent A recurring payment issued by the tenant to the landlord or property management firm. Read our glossary page

£150.0

Ground Rent Review Period When will your ground rent be assessed and how frequently will it be reviewed. Read our glossary page

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Annual Service Charge An estate's shared area expenses, such as building insurance, lighting, cleaning, and maintenance, are typically covered by a periodic payment that is commonly made on a yearly basis. Read our glossary page

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Length of Lease The duration of time you have acquired the leasehold, or the right to reside in a property. Read our glossary page

104

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