LOT 28

31 Howlish View, Coundon, Bishop Auckland, County Durham, DL14 8ND

31 Howlish View, Coundon, Bishop Auckland, County Durham, DL14 8ND


Property Viewings
Venture Properties - 01388 741 188
Vendor
  • the mortgagees in possession -
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Guide Price: £22,000 plus*


Property Details
A two bedroom mid-terrace house in need of refurbishment. The property is situated in Coundon to the east of Bishop Auckland.
  • Freehold
  • Mid-terrace house
Ground Floor Exterior
Entrance vestibule, 2 reception rooms, kitchen Rear yard
First Floor Gas Heating
2 bedrooms, bathroom No warranty is given for its working order
Measurements are not taken by Harman Healy. They are a guide only, and interested parties should rely on their own inspection.
Ground Floor
Entrance vestibule
Reception room 3.84m x 3.86m
Reception room 2.44m x 3.86m
Kitchen 4.62m x 2.03m
First Floor
Bedroom 2.97m x 3.51m
Bedroom 2.51m x 2.59m
Bathroom

Other Information
Local Authority – Durham County Council
EPC Rating – D
NB. Only cleared funds will be accepted by way of 10% deposit.

Tenure
Freehold

Viewings
Venture Properties - 01388 741 188

Additional Information

A contract administration charge of £1,000 (inclusive of Vat) is payable on exchange of contracts. Please note this fee is not part of the deposit or purchase price.

Please refer to the Special Conditions of Sale & General Conditions of Sale for details of any additional fees, costs or disbursements (if applicable), which will form part of the contract.

*Guide price definition

Guide prices are provided as an indication of the seller’s current minimum acceptable price at auction. They are not necessarily figures that a property will sell for, and may change at any time prior to the auction. The guide price may not be the minimum sale price, which can be higher or lower.

Reserve price definition

The reserve price is the minimum acceptable price under the hammer, which remains confidential, and may change at any time prior to the auction. Unless otherwise stated, each property will be sold subject to a reserve. The reserve is expected to be set no more than 10% above a fixed figure guide price, or within a guide price range.