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Lindisfarne Drive, Liverpool, Merseyside L12

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2 Bedroom House SSTC

Lindisfarne Drive, Liverpool, Merseyside L12


Key features

  • Two Bedrooms
  • Entrance Hall
  • Lounge
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • External
  • Front Garden
  • Rear Garden



Ground Floor


Entrance Hall
Entrance door, Radiator, Stairs to first floor, Tiled flooring

Lounge
4.16m x 3.10m (13'8" x 10'2") Double glazed window to the front, Tiled flooring, Radiator

Kitchen
4.15m x 1.99m (13'7" x 6'6") Kitchen comprises of a matching range of base and wall units with contrasting worktops over, 1.5 Bowl sink unit, Built-in Oven, Hob & Hood, Plumbing for automatic washing machine, Understairs storage cupboard, Part-tiled walls, Double glazed window to the rear, Double glazed door leading to rear garden

First Floor


Landing
Access to loft space, Double glazed window to the side

Bedroom One
3.21m x 3.17m (10'6" x 10'5") Built-in cupboard, Fitted wardrobe, Radiator, Double glazed window to the front

Bedroom Two
3.06m x 2.16m (10'0" x 7'1") Double glazed window to the rear, Radiator

Bathroom
Bathroom features a three-piece suite comprising of a P-shaped panelled bath with sower over, Low-level WC and a Pedestal wash hand basin complemented by Tiled flooring, Tiled walls, Double glazed window & a Chrome heated towel rail

External


Front Garden
Driveway, Lawned area

Rear Garden
Fence boundaries, Lawned area, Patio area, Wood decking area, Side gate access

Calculate your Stamp Duty

Until March 31 2021 most buyers will be exempt from paying stamp duty on the first £500,000 of the purchase price. Calculate how much Stamp Duty you would have to pay on this property by using the calculator below.

Please note: This calculator is provided as a guide only on how much stamp duty land tax you will need to pay in England and Northern Ireland. It assumes that the property is freehold and for residential purposes.