A traditional end of terrace house in the popular area of Troedyrhiw.
The property has been recently refurbished throughout with UPVC double glazing and a newly installed gas central heating boiler (not tested).
Troedyrhiw is located near Merthyr Tydfil town centre with a large selection of amenities and excellent road links via A470 and A465. All aspects of work have been undertaken including new kitchen, bathroom, flooring and more.
*No member of Paul Fosh Auctions staff has been able to inspect the property, but we believe the information to be correct at the time of publishing
Ground Floor: Entrance hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom
IFirst Floor: Landing, 2 bedrooms
Outside: Rear garden, side access
Currently let on an AST at £480 pcm (£5,760 pa)
Advised Freehold - to be verified by solicitor
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