Britain’s most unwanted home has been on the market for 14 years
A property dubbed Britain’s ‘most unwanted home’ has been on the market for over 14 years, making it the longest-known active listing in Britain.
The two-bed ground-floor maisonette in North London with an asking price of £339,995 has now been on the market for a staggering 5,146 days after being put up for sale on 16th February 2009.
The home is in a prime location with good connections into central London and comes with two double bedrooms, a modern family bathroom, gas central heating and double glazing.
According to the listing, the property would ‘make an ideal family home or investment opportunity.’
The house is also within walking distance to Enfield Town Overground Station and the Palace Gardens shopping centre, which is home to a variety of high street shops, including M&S, H&M, Tk Maxx and Office, as well as several cafes.
Situated in the centre of Enfield town, the property is also close to a Cineworld, trampoline park, cricket club, multiple golf clubs and a reservoir.
Enfield town has good connections to London, with the train taking just under forty minutes to get to central, while the journey takes just over an hour by car.
The property is currently on the market with W J Meade.
The full listing says: ‘W J Meade are proud to present to the market this delightful two-bedroom, first-floor maisonette boasting spacious living throughout.
‘With an unexpired lease of approximately 105 Years and a combined Service Charge and Ground Rent of approximately £380 Per Annum, W J Meade Estate Agents feel that this property would make an ideal family home or investment opportunity.’
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