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Bannockburn Road, Plumstead, SE18

Plumstead

£200,000 Guide Price

1 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12270600
Type:
Flat
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Leasehold
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Property features

  • First Floor Conversion Flat
  • One Double Bedroom
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Short Walk to Shopping Facilities
  • Approx 5 minutes to Plumstead Railway Station
  • Short Bus Ride to Elizabeth Line

Summary

Guide Price £200,000 - £220,000. Leasehold
Occupying the first floor of this Victorian residence, this spacious one-bedroom conversion flat marries classic charm with modern living. The property, thoughtfully laid out and well-maintained, offers a unique living experience in a sought-after location, perfect for those who appreciate the blend of heritage and convenience.

Upon entering the property, you are greeted by an entrance hall, where stairs lead you to the landing, unfolding the rest of this charming home. The lounge, a generously proportioned space, is bathed in natural light, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere for relaxation and social gatherings. The high ceilings and large windows, characteristic of Victorian architecture, add a sense of grandeur and openness to the space.

The kitchen, efficient and well-equipped, comes complete with appliances, offering a functional space for culinary exploration and daily meal preparation. The layout ensures that everything you need is within reach, making it a delight for both the occasional cook and the seasoned chef.

The double bedroom, a serene retreat, provides ample space for rest and rejuvenation. The large windows ensure that the room is filled with natural light, enhancing the sense of space and tranquility. The accompanying bathroom, well-appointed and practical, serves the needs of the household with ease, ensuring a comfortable and convenient living experience.

Among the many benefits of this exquisite flat are the modern comforts of gas central heating and double glazing. These features ensure that the home remains a cozy haven throughout the seasons, providing a comfortable living environment and peace of mind.

Location is a significant advantage of this property. Situated within a short walk to Plumstead High Street, residents have immediate access to an array of shopping facilities, catering to daily needs and leisurely browsing. Furthermore, the property is conveniently located just a 5-minute walk from Plumstead Railway Station, offering easy access to the city and beyond, making it ideal for commuters and explorers alike.

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