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Camdale Road, Plumstead

Plumstead

£499,995

3 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12135292
Type:
Semi-Detached House
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
2
Tenure:
Freehold
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Property features

  • Semi-Detached House
  • 1930's Built
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Great Views Over Sports Field
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Great Locatiomn

Summary

Classic 1930's Semi-Detached 3-Bedroom House with Extension Potential in Plumstead/Welling

Discover the potential and charm of this 1930's three-bedroom semi-detached house, beautifully located in a quiet road on the Plumstead/Welling borders. This property not only offers comfortable living spaces and a convenient location but also comes with exciting possibilities for expansion.

Upon entering, you are welcomed into an inviting entrance hall that leads to two spacious reception rooms. The front room features an elegant bay window, while the rear room boasts sliding doors that open onto the expansive garden, perfect for blending indoor and outdoor living.

The well-equipped kitchen awaits your culinary adventures, and the layout offers potential for a rear extension, subject to the necessary planning consents, to create an even more spacious open-plan living area.

Upstairs, three bedrooms provide peaceful retreats for all family members. The family bathroom, neatly arranged, serves these bedrooms with modern fixtures and fittings.

One of the standout features of this property is the large approx 70 ft garden, which backs onto sports fields, offering privacy and scenic views. There's also side access to the garden, making any future extension or gardening projects more manageable. Furthermore, the property holds potential for a loft conversion, offering another avenue to add space and value.

The large front lawn presents an opportunity to install a driveway, with enough space for two or more cars, adding both convenience and curb appeal.

Nestled close to green open spaces, this home is perfect for those who appreciate nature and outdoor activities. While Welling station is the closest, Plumstead & Woolwich stations are only a short ride away, ensuring easy commuting options.

This house is not just a living space; it's a home with endless possibilities, waiting for someone to realize its full potential. Early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate what this wonderful property has to offer. Don't miss the chance to transform this house into your dream home.



Classic 1930's Semi-Detached 3-Bedroom House with Extension Potential in Plumstead/Welling

Discover the potential and charm of this 1930's three-bedroom semi-detached house, beautifully located on the Plumstead/Welling borders. This property not only offers comfortable living spaces and a convenient location but also comes with exciting possibilities for expansion.

Upon entering, you are welcomed into an inviting entrance hall that leads to two spacious reception rooms. The front room features an elegant bay window, while the rear room boasts sliding doors that open onto the expansive garden, perfect for blending indoor and outdoor living.

The well-equipped kitchen awaits your culinary adventures, and the layout offers potential for a rear extension, subject to the necessary planning consents, to create an even more spacious open-plan living area.

Upstairs, three generously sized bedrooms provide peaceful retreats for all family members. The family bathroom, neatly arranged, serves these bedrooms with modern fixtures and fittings.

One of the standout features of this property is the large approx 70 ft garden, which backs onto sports fields, offering privacy and scenic views. There's also side access to the garden, making any future extension or gardening projects more manageable. Furthermore, the property holds potential for a loft conversion, offering another avenue to add space and value.

The large front lawn presents an opportunity to install a driveway, with enough space for two or more cars, adding both convenience and curb appeal.

Nestled close to green open spaces, this home is perfect for those who appreciate nature and outdoor activities. While Welling station is the closest, Plumstead & Woolwich stations are only a short ride away, ensuring easy commuting options.

This house is not just a living space; it's a home with endless possibilities, waiting for someone to realize its full potential. Early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate what this wonderful property has to offer. Don't miss the chance to transform this house into your dream home.

Details

Entrance Hall

Lounge 13' 11'' x 11' 0'' (4.23m x 3.36m)

Dining Room 11' 6'' x 10' 3'' (3.50m x 3.13m)

Kitchen 11' 6'' x 6' 3'' (3.50m x 1.9m)

Lean to:- 3' 4'' x 7' 2'' (1.01m x 2.19m)

Landing

Bedroom 1 13' 11'' x 10' 3'' (4.23m x 3.13m)

Bedroom 2 11' 6'' x 10' 3'' (3.50m x 3.13m)

Bedroom 3 8' 10'' x 6' 3'' (2.69m x 1.9m)

Bathroom 6' 0'' x 6' 6'' (1.84m x 1.97m)

Garden

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