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Dunlop Close, Dartford

Dartford

£130,000

1 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
11684476
Type:
Flat
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Leasehold
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Property features

  • One Bedroom Flat
  • First Floor
  • Impeccably Maintained
  • Modern Bathroom
  • Allocated Parking
  • Double Glazed
  • Electric Heating
  • Communal Gardens

Summary

Welcome to this well-maintained 1-bedroom 1st-floor flat, perfectly positioned within walking distance of Dartford Town Centre, Central Park, Brooklands Lakes, Dartford Rail Station, and with easy access to the M25 and A2. Whether you're embarking on your first home journey or seeking an investment opportunity, this property is tailor-made for you.

Prime Location - Perfect for commuters and nature lovers! Impeccably Maintained - Move in with peace of mind! Open Plan Lounge and High-Spec New Kitchen - Modern living at its best!
Bedroom - Your private oasis of comfort! Modern Bathroom - Stylish and practical! Communal Green - Enjoy outdoor relaxation! Allocated Parking - Convenience at your doorstep! Double Glazing and Electric Heating - Modern comfort and efficiency!

Step inside, and a welcoming hallway invites you into your new abode. The open-plan lounge seamlessly connects with a high-spec new kitchen, providing a modern living space that's both functional and stylish.

Your spacious bedroom offers a comfortable retreat, and the modern bathroom is designed for both aesthetics and practicality.

Take advantage of communal green spaces for outdoor relaxation and the convenience of allocated parking right at your doorstep. With double glazing and electric heating, you can enjoy modern comfort and efficiency year-round.

This flat presents an ideal opportunity for first-time buyers and investors alike in a prime location. Don't miss out on this versatile Dartford gem—schedule a viewing today!

Contact Hi Residential for more details and to arrange your visit. Your new home or investment awaits! #DartfordLiving #InvestmentOpportunity

Details

Entrance Hall

Lounge 16' 9'' x 9' 9'' (5.10m x 2.97m)

Kitchen 7' 9'' x 7' 2'' (2.36m x 2.18m)

Bedroom 11' 0'' x 7' 2'' (3.35m x 2.19m)

Bathroom 7' 2'' x 9' 4'' (2.19m x 2.85m)

Allocated Parking

Floor Plans

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