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Ashridge Crescent, Shooters Hill

Shooters Hill

£650,000 Guide Price

3 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12180911
Type:
Semi-Detached House
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
2
Tenure:
Freehold
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Property features

  • 1930's Laing Built Semi-Detached House
  • Contemporary Extended Fitted Kitchen
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Ground Floor WC
  • Garage
  • Modern Bathroom
  • Popular Laing Estate on Shooters Hill
  • Superb Throughout

Summary

Charming Home with Modern Touches in Ashridge Crescent

Nestled in a tranquil cul-de-sac near Shrewsbury Park and Shooters Hill Golf Course, this property in Ashridge Crescent offers a serene environment with a leafy backdrop. Retaining its original charm and features, the home is updated with a practical, extended contemporary kitchen.

Accessed via a private drive to a garage (ideal for storage), the house welcomes you with a storm porch and a hallway showcasing original period lamp, herringbone parquet flooring, and panelled doors. The front living room features a period fireplace, original cornicing, stripped wood flooring, and double glazed bay windows with plantation shutters, the rear has been transformed into a contemporary kitchen-dining area with high qaulity matt kitchen cabinetry, theres a central island, and a double oven, with a window overlooking the garden. There is also access to a ground floor WC

Upstairs, a central landing leads to all rooms and loft space, highlighted by an original stained glass window. The generous family bathroom includes a bath with shower, and the master bedroom offers a tiled fireplace and bay window, two additional bedrooms overlook the garden and front, respectively. The rear garden includes a lawn, and rear garage access.

Located at the peak of Shooters Hill, the area is close to Shrewsbury House community hub, recreational facilities at Shooters Hill Golf and Tennis Club, Oxleas Wood, and Foxcroft and Shrewsbury Parks. Excellent schools, including Christ Church Primary and nearby grammar schools, add to the appeal.

For commuting, local bus services lead to Woolwich Arsenal with overground and DLR connections. New Elizabeth Line and town center redevelopment enhance its connectivity and shopping offerings.


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