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South Norwood Flat Drops 25k At Auction

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1-bed flat sold for 125K on 12/9/2003

and for 100K at Alsop's auction on 15/12/2005

down 20%. Here's the lot details:-


Flat C, 92 Holmesdale Road, South Norwood, London SE25

BY ORDER OF j h gershinson frics and s davidson mrics of allsop acting as joint fixed charge receivers

A Leasehold Self-Contained Second Floor Flat


Leasehold. The property is held on a lease for a term of 125 years from 25th December 2002 (thus having approximately 122 years unexpired) at a current ground rent of £250 per annum.


The property is situated on the south side of Holmesdale Road, to the east of its junction with Whitehorse Road (A212). The local amenities and facilities of South Norwood are accessible with extensive shopping being available in Croydon to the south. Communications are afforded by Selhurst and Thornton Heath Rail Stations along with the nearby A213 which provides access to the A235 and in turn the A23.


The property comprises a self-contained second floor flat situated within a semi-detached building arranged over ground and first floors beneath a pitched roof.

The property benefits from a garden to the front.


The property was not internally inspected by Allsop.

The following information was obtained from the lease plan. We understand the property provides:

Reception Room, Bedroom, Kitchen, Bathroom

Vacant possession


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