Keith Ian Estate Agents (Keith Ian Ltd T/A)

Tel: 01992 640505

Fax: 01992 622687


84/86 Turners Hill

Sawyers Court, Sturlas Way, Waltham Cross

25% Shared Ownership £46,875 Sold (STC)

1 Bedroom Apartment

  • 25% Shared Ownership
  • Fixed Price
  • One Bed Apartment
  • Upper Floor
  • Lounge
  • Double Glazed Windows
  • Secluded Balcony Area
  • Just 0.4mi From Waltham Cross Train Station
  • Secure Key Fob & Phone Entry System
  • Train Access To Liverpool St Station*

*** SHARED OWNERSHIP *** Keith Ian pleased to offer, a 25% shared ownership
One bedroom second floor purpose built flat situated in Waltham Cross. The property is within easy access to Waltham Cross and Theobalds Rail Stations, Waltham Cross Shopping Centre and the A10 & M25 Road networks. The property benefits from a LARGE BALCONY, electric heating, OPEN PLAN LOUNGE/KITCHEN, bathroom and bedroom. Offered CHAIN FREE. Potential buyers will need to be registered with the Help To Buy Scheme. (Please also note the property is available to buy as 100% at a value of £187,500)

Leasehold Information

Lease Length - 88 years approx
Rent on 75% £281.57pm approx (please note you are able to staircase and buy more shares once you have ownership)
Maintenance - £61.83 p.m approx
Ground Rent - £0

Information been provided via the vendor, please check prior to completion with your solicitor.

Communal Door

Communal Door Stairs to second floor.


Entrance Via wooden door to hallway.


Entrance Hallway Doors


14' x 11'8Double glazed side balcony door, storage heater.


8' x 7'9Wall and base mounted units, roll top worksurfaces, one and half bowl stainless sink drainer unit with mixer tap, space for washing machine, space for fridge-freezer, electric hob oven and extractor.


11'1 x 8'2Double glazed window and electric heater.


Bathroom Panel bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail.

Energy Efficiency and Environmental Impact

Energy efficiency chart Environmental impact chart

Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract.

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