***NO CHAIN**GUIDE PRICE £325,000-£335,000*** Royston & Lund are pleased to offer this detached bungalow which is situated on a desirable, peaceful road in the ever popular Keyworth to the sales market. The property requires modernisation throughout but is full of potential. Amenities nearby include local shops, well-regarded schools such as The South Wolds Academy and frequent transport links to Nottingham City Centre. Upon entering the property through the porch. you are greeted by the hallway which benefits from parquet flooring in a herringbone formation and also provides access to the spacious accommodation this property has to offer. The kitchen includes a range of units providing ample storage. The lounge/dining room is a good-sized, L-shaped room with an electric fireplace, dual aspect windows providing lovely natural lighting and plenty of room for freestanding furniture. The property benefits from three nicely-sized bedrooms. Two of the three bedrooms comprise from built-in wardrobes and all of them are complemented by a bathroom. The bathroom completes this area of the bungalow with a four piece suite including a shower in a separate cubicle, bath, wash basin and WC. The hall also provides access to the ground floor WC and the spacious loft space. The loft is partially boarded with lighting and SSTP there is the scope for a potential loft conversion due to the really good size and height. Outside, there is a generous tiered rear garden, car port with additional parking for two cars and a gate to a detached laundry room. There is also the benefit of a south-facing front garden.
The Government have recently proposed new EPC regulations which will change the MESS, which are planned to take effect in 2025. The new EPC regulations state that all rental properties in England and Wales must have an EPC rating of ‘C’ or above. These proposed changes will be phased in, the new regulations will be introduced for new tenancies first from 31 December 2025 and will subsequently apply to all tenancies from 31 December 2028. It is also proposed that the penalty for not having a valid EPC will be raised from £5,000 to £30,000 from 2025.