Weavers Rise, Netherton, Dudley, DY2 (ref: 28724146)Shortlist
- Buy To Let Investment
- Mid Terrace Property
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Living Room
- Upstairs Bathroom
- Rear Garden
- Allocated Parking Space
The Property - A very well presented two bedroom mid terrace home providing a great opportunity for a buy to let investment with a tenancy agreement until August 2019. This wonderful property includes a spacious living room with stairs off to the first floor and kitchen to the rear, the first floor benefits from two double bedrooms and family bathroom, outside has a tidy rear garden with one allocated parking space to the rear.
Approach - The approach is by way of patio area with pathway leading you to the entrance of 8 Weavers Rise.
Living Room - 4.55m x 3.61m (14'11 x 11'10) - Electric fireplace with feature fire surround, door to kitchen, stairs off rising to the first floor, double glazed window and central heating radiator.
Kitchen - 3.61m x 3.48m (11'10 x 11'5) - Base units with rolled edge laminate work tops with inset stainless steel sink top with drainer, wall cupboards, cooker hood, plumbing for washing machine, wall mounted combination boiler, useful under stairs storage cupboard, door to rear garden, double glazed window and central heating radiator.
Landing - Loft hatch and central heating radiator.
Bedroom One - 3.63m x 2.49m (11'11 x 8'2) - Double glazed window and central heating radiator.
Bedroom Two - 3.61m x 2.90m (11'10 x 9'6) - Double glazed window and central heating radiator.
Bathroom - Panelled bath with shower fitting, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and storage cupboard.
Rear Garden - Lawn area, patio area and pathway leading you to gated access to the rear.
Off Road Parking - One allocated parking space to the rear of the back garden.
The Location - Located in the heart of the West Midlands, Netherton forms part of Dudley, the largest town in the Black Country. Dudley Metropolitan Borough is made up of the towns of Dudley, Stourbridge, Halesowen, Brierley Hill, Sedgley and Coseley. Lying some 6 miles southeast of Wolverhampton and 8 miles to the north west of Birmingham its proximity to bus and rail infrastructure as well as the motorway networks of M5, M6, M40 make it ideal for both commuting and exploring what the West Midlands has to offer. The town offers a wide range of schools to suit all age groups and there is an excellent Higher Education College. The town centre boasts a huge variety of shops and the regular market has been a feature for many years. Slightly further afield, there is a large Tesco superstore and both cinema and bowling alley, and, of course, the town is famous for both Dudley Castle and nearby Black Country Museum.