263 Hamstead Road, Great Barr, Birmingham, B43 5TA
3 bedroom semi detached house in Great Barr
Sold for £183,000
A Vacant Freehold Semi Detached Property.
Property DescriptionAn extended semi detached property which stands back from the road behind a driveway and foregarden.
LocationHamstead Road runs between Old Walsall Road and Newton Road. The property is situated between the junctions on Amberley Green and Spouthouse Lane.
AccommodationGround Floor: Porch, Hall with Understairs Cupboard, Reception Room/Dining Room, Kitchen, Wet Room/WC.
First Floor: Landing, Three Bedrooms, Bathroom/WC with Shower.
Outside: Gardens and Driveway Parking.
The property benefits from having a gas fired central heating system and the majority of the windows are UPVC double glazed units.
Energy Performance RatingD
TenureFreehold – Vacant possession upon completion.
Auctioneers NotePlease note no offers will be considered prior to the Auction Sale.
Viewings263 Hamstead Road, Great Barr, Birmingham B43 5TA. Please note the following dates and times are block viewings for the allocated time slots only and you DO NOT need to book.
Wednesday 12th Feb 2020 14:00-14:15
Saturday 15th Feb 2020 16:30-16:45
Monday 17th Feb 2020 12:00-12:15
Wednesday 19th Feb 2020 14:00-14:15
Saturday 22nd Feb 2020 16:30-16:45
Monday 24th Feb 2020 12:00-12:15
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