- Development mortgage advisor to offer FREE advice
- Incentives on flooring and blinds
- No upward chain
- Integrated appliances
- Stunning sky lanterns
- Allocated parking
- Visitor parking
- Highly energy efficient
- Village location
- Parking management strategy in place for residents
Set within one of Wolverhampton's most sought after villages this former Sports and Social club offers luxury first floor apartments designed by renowned local firm Stoneleigh Architectural. The highly energy efficient apartments allow a staggering amount of naturel light thanks to large and beautiful sky lanterns and Velux windows and all include an integrated fridge, freezer, washer/dryer, usb points, 'L' shaped living / dining area, kitchen, 2 double bedrooms, bathroom with shower, an allocated parking space plus a communal garden area.
Located most conveniently to the amenities of the village which include a variety of high street and independent shops, boutiques cafes and restaurants but also the road access to the A41 and M54 is deemed excellent with both taking you towards either Wolverhampton, Telford, Shropshire and beyond.
Building works are completed and with buyers already moving in and with further offers being taken viewings are strongly advised.
Therefore, if you would like further information or would like to register an interest of this very exciting development do not hesitate to call or email where a viewing appointment can be arranged with a member of our sales team.
EPC B83 / B84
Tenure – we are advised the property is leasehold with a 999-year lease. Each leaseholder acquires a long lease of an apartment when they complete the purchase; Following completion of their purchase, that leaseholder also becomes a director of the freehold owning company in the building. (MAJESTIC HOUSE ALBRIGHTON LTD). When the last unit is sold, and the last leaseholder becomes a member of the freehold company, the client shareholders will then resign as members from the freehold company and therefore pass full responsibility of the building to the leaseholders.
Anti Money Laundering & Proceeds of Crime Acts: To ensure compliance with the Anti Money Laundering Act and Proceeds of Crime Act: All intending purchasers must produce identification documents prior to the memorandum of sale being issued. If these are not produced in person we will require certified copies from professionals such as doctor, teacher, solicitor, bank manager, accountant or public notary, To avoid delays in the buying process please provide the required documents as soon as possible. We may also use an online service provider to also confirm your identity. A list of acceptable ID documents is available upon request. We will also require confirmation of where the funding is coming from such as a bank statement with funding for deposit or purchase price and if mortgage finance is required a mortgage agreement in principle from your chosen lender.