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Battery Road, West Thamesmead

West Thamesmead

£430,000

4 x 3 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12255235
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Freehold
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Property features

  • Modern Town House
  • Popular West Thamesmead
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Three Shower Rooms
  • Approx 100ft Garden
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • No Forward Chain

Summary

Introducing a splendid four-bedroom mid-terrace townhouse, nestled in the sought-after locale of West Thamesmead. This spacious residence is thoughtfully laid out over multiple levels, offering a harmonious blend of comfort, style, and practicality, making it an ideal choice for families or anyone seeking a generous living space.

Upon entering the property, the entrance hall warmly welcomes you, leading you to the well-structured lower level. This floor hosts two well-proportioned bedrooms, each offering a comfortable and private space. The convenience of a shower room on this level adds to the practical layout of the home. Additionally, the utility room on this floor provides a functional area for household management and storage.

Ascending to the first floor, the landing opens up to the heart of the home. The lounge, a spacious and inviting area, is perfect for family gatherings, relaxation, or entertaining guests. The kitchen/diner, a bright and airy space, is well-appointed and offers ample room for culinary exploration and social dining. The layout ensures that every meal is a pleasure to prepare and enjoy.

The journey continues to the second landing, leading to the main bedroom, a luxurious retreat complete with an en-suite shower room, offering privacy and sophistication. The second bedroom on this floor also boasts its own en-suite shower room, ensuring convenience and comfort for all household members.

The exterior of the property is equally impressive. The garden, approximately 100ft in length, offers a vast outdoor space, perfect for gardening, relaxation, or outdoor activities. The allocated parking to the rear of the property adds to the convenience, providing secure and private parking space.

Among the many benefits of this exquisite home 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.

This four-bedroom mid-terrace townhouse, with its spacious layout, multiple en-suite facilities, and prime location, is more than just a dwelling; it's a lifestyle choice for discerning individuals who value both comfort and convenience. Early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the unique qualities and potential of this magnificent home.


Details

Entrance Hall

Bedroom 1 13' 1'' x 9' 6'' (3.98m x 2.90m)

Shower Room

Bedroom 9' 1'' x 7' 11'' (2.77m x 2.42m)

Utility Room 8' 1'' x 6' 2'' (2.46m x 1.88m)

Landing

Lounge 12' 7'' x 16' 11'' (3.84m x 5.15m)

Kitchen 7' 11'' x 16' 11'' (2.41m x 5.15m)

Landing

Bedroom 11' 8'' x 17' 7'' (3.55m x 5.35m)

En suite Bathroom

Bedroom 11' 10'' x 15' 1'' (3.61m x 4.61m)

Shower Room

Garden Approx 100ft

Floor Plans

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