Est. Mortgage £434 per month
Live stream auction 25th November (unless sold prior) - Two bedroom duplex apartment - Allocated parking space - Set on 3rd floor of the grade II listed Castle Brewery development - Ideal buy to let or first time buyer opportunity - Buyers fee £750 inc vat
Description - A two bedroom duplex apartment with allocated parking, set on the third floor of the unique grade II listed Castle Brewery development. An ideal buy to let investment or first time buyer opportunity within walking distance on Newark town centre and two train Stations.
Directions - Entering Newark on the B6166 Farndon Road proceed until you reach a right hand turn onto the B6326 London Road. Then take you next right and turn towards the Iceland store and the gated access to property is on your right.
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Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the Auctioneers.
Agent - James Mulhall
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