Hamilton Court is a select modern development of six apartments set in mature surroundings in The Park Estate. With a capacious lounge/dining room, two generous double bedrooms and a modern kitchen and bathroom. The apartment also benefits from a spacious private balcony, a single garage and off street parking. Fitted carpets. Electric storage heating. Early viewing is highly recommended.
Most of the properties in The Park Estate were designed and built from the mid 19th century onwards. The quality of the housing and its proximity to Central Nottingham rapidly established The Park as an address of distinction, which it has remained right up to the present. Many of the original residences have been transformed into flats; purpose-built modern apartments, like this one, have also been constructed.
The apartment is currently tenanted under an Assured Shorthold Tenancy, achieving a rent of £875pcm.
Living/Dining Room 7.45m (24’5) at longest point x 8m (26’3) at widest point
With fitted carpets, wooden frame, double glazed windows, 2 large storage heaters, double glazed patio door to balcony.
Kitchen 4.63m (15’2) x 2.57m (8’5)
Part-tiled with a range of floor, eye-level and floor to ceiling storage. 1.5 stainless steel sink. Wooden frame double glazed windows.
Bedroom 3.6m (11’10) into wardrobe x 4.09m (13’5)
With fitted carpets, large storage heater, wooden frame double glazed windows, built in double wardrobe.
Bedroom 4m (13’1) x 3m (9’10)
With fitted carpets, large storage heater, wooden frame double glazed windows, built in wardrobe.
Bathroom 3.29m (10’10) x 2.27m (7’5) max
Wall mounted heater, wooden framed, double glazed windows. Bath, separate shower, pedestal WC
Spacious covered balcony to front, accessed from living/dining room.
Single garage, with additional off-road parking.
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