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Birchdene Drive, Central Thamesmead

Central Thamesmead

£370,000

2 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12403197
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
2
Tenure:
Freehold

Property features

  • Extende Terrace House
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Ground Floor WC
  • Central Thamesmead Location
  • Close to Transport Links
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Off Street Parking

Summary

Welcome to this beautifully presented mid-terrace house located in the sought-after area of Thamesmead, perfect for modern living. This well-maintained property features two double bedrooms, an upstairs bathroom, a downstairs W.C., an extended family room, and a driveway to the front. The house also benefits from gas central heating and double glazing, ensuring a cosy environment all year round.

Local Amenities and Transport Links: Situated in a central location, this house is ideally positioned for convenience and accessibility. The property is just a short walk from Thamesmead Town Centre, where residents can enjoy a variety of shops, cafes, and local services. For those with children, the area is served by several well-regarded schools, including Discovery Primary School and Thamesmead School, providing excellent educational opportunities.

Transportation is also convenient, with easy access to bus routes that connect to nearby Woolwich Arsenal station. From here, commuters can catch the DLR and mainline trains, as well as the Elizabeth Line for fast connections across London, including direct routes to the City and West End.

Outdoor Activities and Community Life: Thamesmead is known for its community feel and abundance of green spaces, such as the picturesque Southmere Lake, perfect for leisurely weekends and after-work relaxation.

This property is ideal for those seeking a combination of a peaceful residential area with the vibrancy of city life. Whether you are a first-time buyer or an investor, this house offers a fantastic living space in a prime London location.

Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the unique charm and convenience of this lovely Thamesmead home. Contact us today to schedule a visit and find your perfect home in this vibrant community.

Details

Entrance Hall

Ground Floor WC

kitchen 7' 10'' x 6' 7'' (2.4m x 2m)

Lounge 15' 1'' x 12' 10'' (4.6m x 3.9m)

Family Room 11' 10'' x 11' 10'' (3.6m x 3.6m)

Landing

Bedroom 1 12' 10'' x 8' 2'' (3.9m x 2.5m)

Bedroom 2 12' 10'' x 8' 6'' (3.9m x 2.6m)

Bathroom

Garden

Driveway to Front

Floor Plans

EPC

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