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Chestnut Rise, Plumstead, SE18

Plumstead

£300,000

2 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12270638
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Leasehold
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Property features

  • Victorian Terrace House
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Property SOLD with Tenant
  • Close to Local Shops
  • Walking Distance to Railway Station
  • In Need of Modernisation

Summary

We are delighted to present this charming two-bedroom terraced house, a property that holds immense potential and awaits the creative touch of its new owners. Situated within walking distance of local shopping facilities and Plumstead Railway Station, this home offers the perfect blend of convenience and opportunity for those looking to put their personal stamp on their living space.

While the property is in need of some modernisation, it presents a wonderful canvas for renovation and customization. The ground floor hosts a welcoming lounge, offering a cozy space for relaxation and family time. The kitchen, ready for a makeover, provides a functional area that can be transformed into a modern culinary haven.

Ascending to the first floor, the landing leads to two well-sized bedrooms, each offering a comfortable private space that can be tailored to your personal style and needs. The accompanying bathroom, while functional, presents a fantastic opportunity for refurbishment, allowing you to design a tranquil and modern bathroom space.

Among the notable benefits of this home are the practical features of gas central heating and double glazing, ensuring a warm and energy-efficient environment throughout the year. Outside, the property boasts a small garden, a delightful area that can be turned into a charming outdoor retreat for relaxation and entertainment.

This property, while in need of work, presents a unique opportunity for those looking to embark on a project and create a home that truly reflects their taste and lifestyle. Its location adds to its appeal, with easy access to local amenities and transport links, making it a convenient and desirable choice.

Embrace the potential of this two-bedroom terraced house and seize the opportunity to craft your dream home in a sought-after location. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the possibilities that this property holds. THIS PROPERTY IS SOLD AS AN INVESTMENT AS THE PROPERTY HAS A TENANT.


Details

Lounge 20' 2'' x 12' 4'' (6.15m x 3.77m)

Kitchen 10' 11'' x 8' 5'' (3.34m x 2.56m)
At Widest points

Bedroom 1 11' 3'' x 9' 5'' (3.44m x 2.86m)

Bedroom 2 5' 7'' x 12' 0'' (1.70m x 3.66m)

Bathroom 6' 2'' x 5' 4'' (1.89m x 1.63m)

Small Court Yard Garden

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