2 bedroom, Crispin Avenue, Carmarthen

£120,000
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KEY FEATURES

  • GROUND FLOOR FLAT
  • TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • FRONT AND REAR PRIVATE GARDEN
  • NO CHAIN
  • ON STREET PARKING
  • CLOSE TO AMENITIES
  • FIRST TIME BUYER OR BUY TO LET
  • LEASEHOLD
  • HEATING - GAS
  • EPC - TBC
A fantastic opportunity to purchase a purpose-built, two double-bedroom ground floor flat in Carmarthen Town. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the size of the property and all it has to offer.

The property appeals across the ages, whether you are a first-time buyer looking for first steps on the property ladder, a growing family that needs a local school or looking for the perfect spot to spend your retirement this property covers it all, not forgetting our investment buyers looking for a buy to let.

Located towards the entrance of a cul-de-sac with similar type former Local Authority built dwellings just off College Road, the property is well located for access to local amenities as well as offering good transport link. The accomodation briefly comprises; entrance hall, lounge, kitchen/diner, two double bedrooms and family bathroom.

Externally the property benefits from a private front garden, that others in the cul-de-sac have utilised for off-road parking (subject to relevant planning and regulations) and a private rear garden, which is accessed via a shared path with the upstairs flat. There are also two external storage sheds.

The County town of Carmarthen lays claim to being the oldest town in Wales, boasting a strong Roman heritage dating back to AD c75. Situated on the River Towy eight miles north of its mouth at Carmarthen Bay, the town is the location of the headquarters of Dyfed Powys Police, the Carmarthen Campus of The University of Wales, Trinity Saint David and The West Wales General Hospital. The town is well served by numerous primary schools and two secondary schools offering education through the medium of Welsh and English. The former cattle market in the heart of the town has undergone massive regeneration and the shopping centre now houses most high street names, a Vue Cinema complex, restaurants, bars, and a multi-storey car park. The town is also served by direct intercity trains from West Wales to London.