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The one-bedroom studio apartment is in a grade-II listed building in Bath Street, which was built in 1876 and is thought to be one of the first apartment blocks to be built in Europe.​Estate agent Matt Hilton inside the flat's kitchen• • •And it is 95 per cent cheaper than the price of the UK's average apartment, which currently stands at around £240,000, according to Land Registry figures. In Nottingham, the average price for all properties is £84,372.

Matt Hilton, Heb partner and auctioneer, said: "This is the most reasonably-priced apartment we've ever had on our books."It does need a lot of work but it could be a really nice property close to the centre of Nottingham."He said that the property had already attracted a huge number of first-time buyers and investors looking to bag a bargain.
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I assumed it was a very short lease but long leasehold per the auction listing.

http://www.eigroup.co.uk/auctioneer-templates/LotDetails.aspx?LotID=665407&a=586&c=heb

I'd make routine enquiries about service charge, sinking fund and any upcoming big maintenance bills but this is potentially a bargain. Not that it will go for £12k of course. And I'm not moving to Nottingham.

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It wouldn't take a lot of renovation and if it is the building I think it is it is a fairly solid Victorian build.

Trouble is Sneiton. I reckon that has taken over from St. Anns, Radford, Broxtowe Estate and the Meadows as the one to avoid. On the plus side this one is, I think, Lace Market borders, and is separated from the main part of Sneiton by urban wasteland and roads.

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It wouldn't take a lot of renovation and if it is the building I think it is it is a fairly solid Victorian build.

Trouble is Sneiton. I reckon that has taken over from St. Anns, Radford, Broxtowe Estate and the Meadows as the one to avoid. On the plus side this one is, I think, Lace Market borders, and is separated from the main part of Sneiton by urban wasteland and roads.

If all your neighbours properties are of similar standard, I am not sure how much renovation will improve the situation.

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