30 Martin Close, Heighington
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Pygott & Crone are pleased to be marketing this superb family home situated in an ideal corner position in the ever popular village of Heighington which lies approx. 5 miles away from the historic Cathedral City of Lincoln. The property boasts space throughout as well as a flexible layout and well-kept landscaped gardens and patio area perfect for sitting out and enjoying.
The internal accommodation comprises: Entrance Porch and Hallway with stairs rising to the first floor, ground floor Study, Utility Room and lean-to with access to front and rear of the plot. A Kitchen, Dining Room and Lounge complete the ground floor and offer the purchaser potential to convert the layout to be open plan should they desire. The first floor contains Landing with access to the loft as well as four good sized Bedrooms with the benefit of En-Suite shower facilities to Bedroom One and Family Bathroom.
Externally the property is located on a corner position within the Close and benefits from Driveway parking for multiple vehicles as well as a Garage. A beautiful landscaped garden sits to the rear of the plot and consists of well-maintained lawns, patio area and shrubbery.
Agent’s Note – The property benefits from solar panels which the owner has advised are owned outright and provide the purchaser with a return on investment.
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Stamp Duty Land Tax
Below is an illustration of the Stamp Duty Land Tax ("Stamp Duty") that would be payable, based on a set of assumptions. You should always check your stamp duty liability and any other costs due with your solicitor or conveyancer.
You would need to pay £8750 in stamp duty on purchasing this property, assuming that you are a) purchasing freehold, b) purchasing as an individual or jointly with someone else, and c) that this will be your only property.
First Time Buyers may claim a discount (relief) on purchases of £500,000 and under.
The stamp duty for first time buyers would therefore be £3750.
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