FLAT 4, 31 High St, Hemel Hempstead HP1 3AA, UK

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Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Receptions: 1

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Last Sold: JUL 2005

Price: £130000


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Agents think: £220,000  1 agent(s) valuations found

HPI banks think: £250,032


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2021-06-08 16:07, User_1

Squire Estates Agent Valuation of this property is £220,000

Description:

Located in the beautiful Old High Street Hemel Hempstead, a Grade II listed first floor apartment with great character with two double bedrooms, a large lounge with an original Victorian bay window overlooking the High Street. The property has a Long lease. *chain free*

The property is approached via a courtyard alleyway directly from the High Street. Located on the first floor the accommodation is well presented throughout. There is a hallway with a large storage cupboard. The spacious lounge has a large original Victorian bay window with a window seat providing views over the pretty Old High Street. The separate fitted kitchen has ample wall and floor units with space for oven, washing machine and a fridge. The principle bedroom is a large double room with views over the Old High Street. Bedroom two is also a double room. The bath/shower room is is fitted with a bath with shower over, sink and a WC.

With a long lease, this property makes an excellent investment rental opportunity with a potential £895.00 pcm and could achieve an annual yield of around 5%.

Location
Situated in the centre of the Old Town of Hemel Hempstead, this apartment is set amongst Victorian, Georgian and Tudor architecture in a street that has been described as “the prettiest street in Hertfordshire”.

The Old Town has a real community atmosphere and boasts a diverse selection of shops including antiques, quality giftware, furniture, florist, boutiques and soft furnishings. There are also period pubs, retro cafes and cosmopolitan restaurants dotted along the High Street.

The area also includes historic buildings such as the Town Hall and St Marys Church with cobbled alleyways leading to Gadebridge park, an area that plays host to a number of activities.

The property is a short drive from Hemel Hempstead mainline station with a fast and frequent railway service into London Euston in 24 minutes. Close by is both the M1 and M25 motorways, making the area ideal for commuters.

Highly regarded primary, secondary and independent schools including Abbot’s Hill School for Girls and Lockers Park School for Boys are within close proximity.

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Squire Estates have prepared these particulars as a general guide for the assistance of purchasers. We have not carried out any form of survey, neither have we tested services of specific fittings and are therefore unable to confirm that they are satisfactory for their desired purpose. Measurements given are approximate and should not be relied upon when ordering carpets, furnishings etc. These details do not form part of any contract.

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