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Burrage Road, Woolwich

Woolwich

£575,000 Guide Price

4 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
11597935
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Freehold
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Property features

  • Mid Terrace House
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Ground Floor Wc
  • Short Walk to Woolwich Rail Links
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Off Road Parking to Front
  • Great Woolwich Location

Summary

Guide Price £575,000 - £595,000 Freehold
Spacious Family Living in a Superb Location!

Discover the perfect family home with this four-bedroom house, complete with front parking, ideally located just a short walk from public transport and shops. This spacious family haven offers roomy living accommodation, providing comfort and convenience for your family.

Spacious Lounge - Ideal for relaxation and gatherings!
Fitted Kitchen/Diner - Perfect for family meals and entertaining! Ground Floor WC - Added convenience! Four Bedrooms - Space for the whole family! Bathroom with Separate WC - Practical layout! Garden - Enjoy outdoor moments! Front Parking - Convenience at your doorstep! Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing - Year-round comfort! Superb Location - Close to all amenities and transport links!

Step inside, and you'll be greeted by a spacious lounge, perfect for relaxation and gatherings. The fitted kitchen/diner is designed for family meals and entertaining, making it the heart of your home.

With four bedrooms, this house provides ample space for the whole family. The bathroom with a separate WC adds practicality to your daily routine.

Outside, a garden awaits for you to enjoy outdoor moments, and front parking offers convenience at your doorstep.

Additional benefits include gas central heating and double glazing, ensuring year-round comfort.

This house is perfectly situated, with Woolwich Arsenal Railway Station, Dockland Light Railway and various amenities all within a short distance. Plus, Elizabeth Line further enhances your choice of transport links.

Don't miss the opportunity to make this spacious family home yours. Contact Hi Residential for more details and to arrange your viewing. Your dream family home awaits! #FamilyLiving #ConvenientLocation


Details

Entrance Hall

Lounge 20' 11'' x 19' 1'' (6.38m x 5.82m)
At Widest Points

Kitchen 18' 1'' x 9' 10'' (5.51m x 2.99m)
At Widest Points

Ground Floor WC

Landing

Bedroom 1 15' 2'' x 8' 0'' (4.63m x 2.43m)

Bedroom 2 8' 9'' x 8' 1'' (2.67m x 2.46m)

Bedroom 3 11' 1'' x 12' 10'' (3.38m x 3.92m)

Bedroom 4 9' 3'' x 9' 3'' (2.82m x 2.82m)

Bathroom

Garden

Off Road Parking to Front

Floor Plans

EPC

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