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Charles Grinling Walk, Woolwich, London SE18

Woolwich

£1,800 pcm

3 x 1 x
Department:
Lettings
Reference:
8433497
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
Let Agreed
Receptions:
1

Property features

  • Good size 3 bedroom family home
  • Close to Woolwich Town Centre
  • Close to Woolwich Rail Links
  • Newly decorated and new flooring
  • Double Glazed Windows
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Large Lounge / Diner with lots of natural light
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Family bathroom with shower over bath
  • Downstairs Cloakroom

Summary

Discover the perfect blend of comfort and convenience with this fantastic unfurnished three-bedroom house, ideally situated for easy access to Woolwich Arsenal and DLR & Elizabeth Stations. Located just a five-minute walk from Woolwich Town Centre, this property offers an array of amenities at your doorstep.

As you step inside, you'll be greeted by a large entrance hall featuring a storage cupboard, providing ample space to keep belongings organized. The spacious lounge/diner is flooded with natural light, creating a welcoming atmosphere for relaxation and entertaining.

The fitted kitchen comes equipped with an electric oven and hob, offering functionality for culinary endeavors. A downstairs cloakroom adds convenience to daily routines.

Upstairs, you'll find three well-proportioned bedrooms, providing comfortable spaces for rest and rejuvenation. The family bathroom offers convenience with its modern fixtures and fittings.

Benefiting from gas central heating and double glazed windows, this house ensures year-round comfort and energy efficiency. Outside, both front and rear gardens offer outdoor space for relaxation and recreation.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to make this fantastic house your new home. Contact us today to arrange a viewing and experience the convenience and comfort of living in Woolwich firsthand!

Details

Entrance Hall
Large entrance hall with storage cupboard

Lounge/Diner 24' 7'' x 11' 10'' (7.5m x 3.6m)
Large reception with lots of natural light. Double glazed windows to the front and rear of house. Newly decorated and new carpet. Small storage cupboard.

Kitchen
Fitted kitchen with integrated electric oven and hob. A range of wall and base units. Washing machine.

Bedroom 1 13' 1'' x 8' 6'' (4.00m x 2.6m)
Large double glazed window to the rear of the property with lots of natural light. Newly decorated with new carpets. Built in cupboard

Bedroom 2 8' 6'' x 7' 10'' (2.6m x 2.4m)
Newly decorated with new carpet. Double glazed window to the rear of the property

Bedroom 3 11' 6'' x 11' 10'' (3.5m x 3.6m)
Newly decorated and new carpet. Large double glazed window to the front of the property.

Bathroom
New white bathroom suite with shower over bath. Newly decorated with new vinyl flooring.

Cloakroom
Downstairs cloakwoom

Externally
Gardens to the front and rear of property

FEES APPLY
Fees are charged at £75.00 per applicant for referencing and an administration fee of £125.00 per tenancy. A holding deposit of £250.00 is to be paid up front which will be deducted from the total monies due upon completed and valid references. This fee is non refundable in the event that the applicant either fails the referencing or withdraws from the offer.

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