Central Avenue, Birmingham£160,000
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On MarketJames Charles Estate Agents - 0121 433 3800JC000975

    A one bedroom Cedar bungalow situated in Austin Village. Austin Village is a World War I housing village of prefab bungalows built between Longbridge and Northfield. The Village was created in 1917 for the Austin Motor company employees. The bungalows were shipped over from Bay City in Michigan. After the war the requirement for workers reduced and the bungalows sold. The estate is now occupied and surrounded by conventional suburban housing and forms part the Austin Village Conservation Area. The property briefly compromises of porch, lounge, kitchen, dining room, one bedroom with shower room en suite, utility space, sun room and wc. There is a good size drive and a garden to the rear. The property benefits from double glazing (where specified), gas central heating and no upward chain. Viewing is highly recommended.
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