57A Cameron Street, Heckington
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We are pleased to offer for sale a charming period home pleasantly situated on a quiet, no through road, close to the centre of the village and its amenities. Heckington is much sought after village offering excellent amenities including a train station, a very pleasant central village green and a unique working windmill with an associated micro-brewery, two pubs, Co-op supermarket, doctor’s surgery, pharmacy and two cafes. There are various other shops including dentists, hair salons, beauticians, award winning butchers and green grocer/florists. The property has been extensively improved by the present vendor during his ownership and is immaculately presented and deceptively spacious.
Whilst offering a character ambience it does feature gas fired central heating with a new boiler approx. 3 years ago and uPVC double glazing. A particularly interesting feature is the outside Studio/Office which has both electric, plumbing and drainage making it an extremely versatile space, potentially even as a little bedsit.
The accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance Hall, Dining Room, Lounge with fireplace and wood burner, Kitchen with range cooker and useful pantry off and a Garden Room. To the first floor are three generous Double Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom.
The property is set back off the street and accessed through a high pair of wooden gates providing privacy. These open on to an extensive driveway leading to the Detached Garage and providing ample parking. The gardens are a further feature being quite large and private comprising extensive patio, lawn and a variety of established shrubs and trees. There is also a very versatile office/studio with electric, plumbing and drainage connected.
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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 £4500 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 £0.
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