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  • Greenhaven Drive, Central Thamesmead, London SE28 13th February

    Greenhaven Drive, Central Thamesmead, London SE28

    Nestled in a tranquil residential enclave, this impressive three-bedroom end-of-terrace townhouse offers a spacious and comfortable living environment. Boasting three well-proportioned bedrooms, the main bedroom features the added luxury of an en-suite shower room, while a family bathroom with a shower over the bath serves the remaining bedrooms.

    The ground floor comprises a welcoming lounge/dining room, seamlessly connected to a fitted kitchen complete with integrated oven and hob, complemented by an extractor hood. A convenient utility room and guest cloakroom add practicality to the living space, while a large conservatory offers a versatile area for relaxation or entertaining.

    Outside, the property benefits from off-street parking to the front, providing both convenience and security. Double-glazed windows and gas central heating ensure comfort and energy efficiency throughout the home.

    Conveniently located within a short walk to Central Thamesmead, residents enjoy easy access to shopping facilities and transport links, making this townhouse an ideal choice for modern family living in a peaceful yet well-connected neighborhood.

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  • Battery Road, West Thamesmead 26th January

    Battery Road, West Thamesmead

    Exquisite 4-Bedroom End-of-Terrace Townhouse in West Thamesmead

    Step into elegance with this beautifully styled four-bedroom end-of-town house, proudly positioned on a sought-after road in West Thamesmead. Offering convenient access to both Plumstead and Woolwich stations, this splendid home is a perfect blend of style, space, and accessibility.

    As you enter, the entrance hall sets the tone for a home that is both welcoming and well-appointed. A handy ground-floor shower room, utility room and 4th Bedroom adds a touch of practicality, perfect for busy family life. To the rear there is 2nd reception opening onto garden.

    Ascending to the first floor the lounge, a spacious and inviting area, is perfect for both relaxing family moments and entertaining guests. It’s a space that truly reflects the home’s elegant charm. The kitchen is a culinary delight, fitted with modern amenities and designed to inspire your cooking adventures

    Ascending to the second floor, the master bedroom awaits, offering a luxurious private en suite shower room. This room is not just a place to sleep; it’s a retreat, promising relaxation and tranquility. The second bedroom on this floor is equally impressive, spacious and versatile. The journey continues to the , leading to 3rd bedroom. The family bathroom, elegantly designed, completes the upper floors, serving the bedrooms with sophistication and style.

    Outside, the property doesn’t fail to impress with its approximately 70ft garden, providing a peaceful outdoor haven for gardening, leisure, or simply soaking up the sun. The inclusion of a garage adds practicality, offering secure parking or additional storage space.

    This house is more than a dwelling; it’s a fine family home that must be viewed internally to be fully appreciated. Its combination of aesthetic appeal, spacious layout, and prime location make it a highly desirable property.

    Don't miss the chance to own this exquisite home in West Thamesmead. Contact us to arrange a viewing and experience firsthand the elegance and charm this property has to offer.


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  • Waverley Road, Plumstead 26th January

    Waverley Road, Plumstead

    Guide Price LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! with the wide open spaces of Plumstead Common in one direction and both Woolwich and Plumstead stations a short distance away in opposite direction. Arranged over 3 floors is this VICTORIAN EOT TERRACE TOWN HOUSE offering Basement floor entrance hall, Lounge, fitted kitchen leading to dining room, Raised ground floor there is a entrance hall, double bedroom and bathroom, 1st floor there are 2 further double bedrooms. Outside there is a garden approx 65ft in length. Other benefits include gas central heating and double glazing. In need of modernisation, but would make a GREAT FAMILY ACCOMMODATION,

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Small Gestures, Big Impact: It’s Random Acts of Kindness Day Random Acts of Kindness Day is this Saturday 17th February. The idea of a day to perform random acts of kindness began in America in 1995. It’s spread globally and is a great opportunity to show how small, thoughtful actions…

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What You Should Know before You and Your Partner Live Together  If talk between you and your partner this Valentine’s Day turns to living together, there are a few practical things you should know first.  Here at Hi Residential, we pride ourselves on being as helpful as possible.  But dishing out relationship advice is a step too far – even for us.  So, if you’re considering moving in with your partner, we’ll leave the big decisions and lovey-dovey stuff down to you.  However, if you decide to co-habit, we have some useful, albeit unromantic, advice for you.  It’s based on insights we’ve gained over the years from helping many couples set up home together.  Speak to your landlord  One option when moving in together is to start afresh in a new rental property. However, if you plan to move into your partner’s rented place or for them to join you, then you need to discuss this with the landlord. Be aware that you’ll need to get the landlord’s permission first, and they’ll most likely have to run a reference check.   Budget and bills  The good thing about living with someone is you can share the financial burden of renting. But you’ll need to have a frank conversation at the start to discuss how much you can afford to pay in rent and how you’ll split the bills.  Jointly liable  It’s worth understanding that when the two of you sign a tenancy agreement, you are both ‘jointly and severally liable’. This means that if, for example, your partner loses their job and can’t pay the rent, you could be liable to pay their share. The same goes for the upkeep and maintenance of the property. You’re both equally responsible.   Logistics  If you both already have your own homes, decide what furniture you’ll each take to your new property. It’s unlikely that you will have room for more than one sofa, bed or dining table, so you may need to give away or sell some big-ticket items. At this point, you may also get the home-making bug and decide to buy some items to turn your new place into a cosy love nest. In that case, it may be time to put your relationship to the test by taking a trip to Ikea. Good luck.  If you’re looking for a new rental property, contact us here at Hi Residential today. 9th April Uncategorised

What You Should Know before You and Your Partner Live Together If talk between you and your partner this Valentine’s Day turns to living together, there are a few practical things you should know first. Here at Hi Residential, we pride ourselves on being as helpful as possible. But dishing out relationship advice is a step too far – even for us. So, if you’re considering moving in with your partner, we’ll leave the big decisions and lovey-dovey stuff down to you. However, if you decide to co-habit, we have some useful, albeit unromantic, advice for you. It’s based on insights we’ve gained over the years from helping many couples set up home together. Speak to your landlord One option when moving in together is to start afresh in a new rental property. However, if you plan to move into your partner’s rented place or for them to join you, then you need to discuss this with the landlord. Be aware that you’ll need to get the landlord’s permission first, and they’ll most likely have to run a reference check. Budget and bills The good thing about living with someone is you can share the financial burden of renting. But you’ll need to have a frank conversation at the start to discuss how much you can afford to pay in rent and how you’ll split the bills. Jointly liable It’s worth understanding that when the two of you sign a tenancy agreement, you are both ‘jointly and severally liable’. This means that if, for example, your partner loses their job and can’t pay the rent, you could be liable to pay their share. The same goes for the upkeep and maintenance of the property. You’re both equally responsible. Logistics If you both already have your own homes, decide what furniture you’ll each take to your new property. It’s unlikely that you will have room for more than one sofa, bed or dining table, so you may need to give away or sell some big-ticket items. At this point, you may also get the home-making bug and decide to buy some items to turn your new place into a cosy love nest. In that case, it may be time to put your relationship to the test by taking a trip to Ikea. Good luck. If you’re looking for a new rental property, contact us here at Hi Residential today.

What You Should Know before You and Your Partner Live Together  If talk between you and your partner this Valentine’s Day turns to living together, there are a few practical things you should know first. Here at Hi Residential, we pride ourselves on being as helpful as possible. But dishing out…

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