This is a delightful 2 bedroom first floor apartment located in the heart of
Portrush which benefits from partial sea views and overlooking tennis courts and
recreation grounds. Constructed circa 2010, the property is in excellent order
throughout and offers compact holiday home living. Situated within a block of
only seven units the property also benefits from a private secure garage car
parking space. Close to practically all local amenities the property is a very
short distance from West Strand Beach, Portrush Harbour, Ramore Wine Bar and
town centre. The selling agents strongly recommend early internal
Gas Fired Central Heating
PVC Double Glazed Heating
Stunning Sea Views
Communal Patio To Front
Close To All Local Amenities
With lift and stairs to first floor.
With intercom and storage cupboard.
Open Plan Lounge / Kitchen / Dining: 16' 4" X 16' 0" (4.98m X 4.88m)
With bowl and a half single drainer stainless steel sink unit, high and low level built in cupboards with under unit lighting, integrated stainless steel oven and ceramic hob with stainless steel extractor fan above, integrated dishwasher, washing
machine and tumble dryer, storage cupboard, satellite T.V. point, laminate wood point, patio doors leading to feature balconette.
BEDROOM (1): 13' 4" X 10' 4" (4.06m X 3.15m)
BEDROOM (2): 10' 4" X 9' 0" (3.15m X 2.74m)
With white suite comprising w.c., wash hand basin with tiled splashback, shower over bath, extractor fan and tiled floor.
Outside to rear there is an integral communal garage for three apartments with allocated parking space for apartment four. Bin store to rear. Outside to front there is a communal patio area.
Please note that all purchasers will become Shareholders in a Management Company formed to provide buildings insurance and maintain communal areas etc. Details of the annual Service Charge and full management services are available on request. Fees are £900.00 and paid in two installments throughout the year.
* Click boxes to display surrounding locations
Travelling along Kerr Street, take your first left after the Harbour entrance at the top of the hill. Go past the entrance to Ramore Wine Bar onto Ramore Street which will lead on to Ramore Avenue. No.10 will be at the upper end overlooking the tennis courts. Apartment 4 will be situated on the first floor left.
Disclaimer: The following calculations act as a guide only, and are based on a typical repayment mortgage model. Financial decisions should not be made based on these calculations and accuracy is not guaranteed. Always seek professional advice before making any financial decisions.
Armstrong Gordon are delighted to have access to a number of top local independent Rics Surveyors and can arrange for a quote for any level of survey as per the Rics levels below.
Helping you choose the right survey
Why do you need an RICS Home Survey? Because forewarned is forearmed. Choosing the right survey will help highlight any serious problems and advise you of the specific risks before you commit to the process of buying or selling a property.
RICS has three different levels of survey (outlined overleaf). These can only be conducted by an RICS qualified surveyor.
Reliable and cost effective, these reports carry the full weight of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors – the industry’s most respected authority on surveying. Buying a home
It’s important to remember that your mortgage lender’s valuation report is not a survey. It merely tells your lender whether or not the property is reasonable security for your loan. An RICS survey will tell you the actual condition of the property. That’s vital information that can be invaluable during price negotiations, and will also help you avoid expensive surprises after you’ve moved in. There is an option for an RICS HomeBuyer Report (Survey level 2) which also includes a valuation as a standard part of the service for your own purposes.
Selling a home
An RICS survey can be an aid to selling your home. It will show you any problems that may delay your sale or cause price reductions later in the process.
Staying at home
A survey of the current condition of your home will warn you of defects and help you avoid escalating repair and maintenance costs in the future.