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Ludford Street, Crewe, Cheshire CW1


2 Bedroom House For Sale

Ludford Street, Crewe, Cheshire CW1

Key features


Dining Room
3.47m x 2.88m (11'5" x 9'5") Having a double glazed window to front elevation with a radiator.

Living Room
3.72m x 2.91m (12'2" x 9'7") Having a double glazed window to rear elevation, a radiator and an electric fire with hearth and surround.

2.77m x 2.02m (9'1" x 6'7") Having a range of wall, base and drawer units with preraration surfaces over and having a stainless steel single drainer sink unit, space for cooker and undercounter fridge and space for washing machine. The kitchen also has a double glazed windows to side and rear elevations with a Upvc panelled door with double glazed frosted insert leading through to the rear garden and a wall mounted gas fired central heating boiler.

Master Bedroom
3.93m x 3.49m (12'11" x 11'5") Having a front aspect double glazed window, a radiator and loft access.

Bedroom 2
3.76m x 3.62m (12'4" x 11'10") Having a rear aspect window, a radiator and a door to the bathroom.

2.75m x 2.05m (9'0" x 6'9") Three piece suite comprising of a low level wc, panelled bath and pedestal wash hand basin with part tiled walls, a radiator and a rear aspect window.

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.