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Black Prince Street, Plumstead

Plumstead

£300,000 Guide Price

2 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12250478
Type:
Apartment
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Leasehold
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Property features

  • Top Floor Flat
  • Roof Top Views
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Balcony
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Under Ground Parking
  • Chain Free

Summary

Guide Price £300,000 - £320,000 Leasehold
Modern 2-Bedroom 3rd Floor Flat with Parking and Private Balcony

Welcome to contemporary living at its finest! This inviting 2-bedroom flat, nestled on the 3rd floor, offers a perfect blend of style and functionality. As you step into the property, you're greeted by a spacious reception room seamlessly connected to an open-plan kitchen. This thoughtful design creates a living space that is not only modern but also conducive to both relaxation and entertainment.

One of the highlights of this flat is the private balcony, providing residents with a delightful outdoor space to enjoy a breath of fresh air and soak in the surroundings. Whether it's a morning coffee or an evening unwind, the balcony adds an extra dimension to the living experience.

Conveniently located for Plumstead and Welling, the flat offers more than just stylish interiors. Residents have easy access to a wealth of amenities, including shops, cafes, and well-connected rail stations. This ensures fantastic transport links and a vibrant local lifestyle for those who appreciate the convenience of city living.

If you're in search of modern comfort, thoughtful design, and a touch of luxury, this 2-bedroom flat is a must-see. Don't miss the opportunity to experience the charm of this contemporary residence firsthand. Contact us today to schedule a viewing and take the first step toward calling this place home.


Details

Entrance Hall

Openplan Kitchen/Lounge 15' 5'' x 20' 5'' (4.7m x 6.22m)

Balcony

Bedroom 1 11' 8'' x 13' 1'' (3.56m x 3.99m)

Bedroom 2 7' 10'' x 12' 5'' (2.39m x 3.78m)

Bathroom

Under Ground Parking

Floor Plans

EPC

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