Offers in the Region of £250,000 Royston & Lund are pleased to offer this well-presented, extended end townhouse situated in the popular residential location of Barlestone in Nuneaton. The property is situated within a quiet estate with amenities nearby including schools, shops and superb commuting links providing easy access to Leicester, Coventry and Birmingham. Upon entering the property you are greeted by the entrance hall which boasts access to both floors as well as a useful cloak cupboard. The lounge is an excellent sized room which provides access to the kitchen. The kitchen includes a range of white gloss units with Quartz worktops. Integrated appliances including oven/grill, hob an extractor fan and a built in dishwasher are included with the property. The extended part of the property is versatile and is currently configured as a dining area, it boasts bi-fold doors providing an amazing hosting space for BBQ's. Lastly, the ground floor has the benefit of a modern ground floor shower room/WC. To the first floor there are three bedrooms, two as doubles. All bedrooms are complemented by a bathroom with a three piece white suite which includes a WC, wash basin and a bath with an overhead electric shower. Outside, the front and rear gardens are well-maintained. The rear boasts an outdoor utility, patio which runs the width of the property and a raised lawn. The current owners have a high standard hot tub plumbed in which will be available in the sale subject to separate negotiations. To the rear there is a garage set away from the property which provides storage, there is also parking adjacent to this.
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.