(Apt 21) (Plot 8) B Block, The Yacht Club
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Second floor apartment comprising of open plan kitchen/dining room with balcony overlooking the River Trent, two double bedrooms and family bathroom, also with allocated parking space, access to meeting rooms, gymnasium and concierge!
The Yacht Club Riverside is a brand new waterfront development designed by award winning architect Franklin Ellis, combining the pinnacle of luxury and style with the stunning surroundings of the River Trent to bring the idyllic modern home to this hugely popular area of Nottingham. Consisting of 81 beautifully designed apartments each with walk out balconies enjoying south facing river views, full height double glazing which contributes to naturally warming the apartments, bespoke concierge reception area and meeting room, designated undercover parking, bicycle storage and Gymnasium. This exclusive development offers a peaceful respite from the hustle and bustle of the city yet remains a door step away from the key amenities and attractions of Nottingham, and provides access to the riverfront and day mooring. Experience the best of both worlds with this superior development and join the new transformative riverside community.
Situated perfectly with easy access to all the amenities on offer in Nottingham City Centre and West Bridgford, easy access to A612, A60, award winning public transport systems including bus, rail and tram. Also within close proximity to Colwick Country Park and Nottingham Race Course!
AGENT NOTE – The property is leasehold, service and ground rent charges apply. Please contact Pygott & Crone for further details.
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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.
£4400 would need to be paid in stamp duty on purchasing this property, assuming that you are purchasing freehold, purchasing as an individual (or jointly with someone else), and this will be your only property.
First Time Buyers may claim a discount (relief) on purchases of £625,000 and under.
The stamp duty for first time buyers would therefore be £0.