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Streaham Hill Flat Drops 50k At Auction

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1-bed flat sold for 185K on 11/3/2003 and for 135K at Allsop's auction on 15/12/2005.

a fall of 27%.

lot details:-

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Lot 310

Guide Price £130,000 - £140,000

Result £135,000

Flat 3, 63 Thornton Avenue, Streatham Hill, London SW2

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 subject to an Occupancy

Tenure

Leasehold. The property is held on a lease for a term of 99 years from 1st April 2003 (thus having approximately 97 years unexpired) at a current ground rent of £250 per annum.

Location

The property is situated on the west side of Thornton Avenue (B221), close to its junction with Criffel Avenue. The local amenities and shopping facilities of Streatham Hill are accessible with the further facilities of both Streatham High Road and Brixton being accessible. Communications are afforded by Streatham Hill Rail Station together with the nearby A23 which provides access to both the M23 and M25 Motorways.

Description

The property comprises a self-contained second floor flat situated within a mid terrace building arranged over ground and two upper floors beneath a pitched roof.

Accommodation

The property was not internally inspected by Allsop. The following information was obtained from a valuation report.

We understand the property provides:

Reception Room, Bedroom, Kitchen, Bathroom

Tenancy

The Receivers are informed by their agent that the property is subject to an Occupancy in favour of persons unknown.

Leasehold Flat

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