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Eglinton Road, Plumstead

London

£1,350 pcm

2 x 1 x
Department:
Lettings
Reference:
11733232
Type:
Flat
Availability:
Let Agreed
Receptions:
1
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Property features

  • Victorian Conversion Flat
  • 1st Floor
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Close to Local Shops
  • Approx 1 Mile from Stations

Summary

Discover comfort and convenience in this spacious 2-bedroom first floor conversion, ideally positioned within a sought-after road and just a short stroll from Herbert Road shopping facilities. Boasting a blend of modernity and functionality, this property offers an inviting living space perfect for contemporary lifestyles.

Step into the welcoming ambiance of this first floor conversion, where comfort meets style. The property features two well-proportioned double bedrooms, providing ample space for rest and relaxation.

The lounge area offers a cozy retreat, perfect for unwinding after a long day or entertaining guests. Adjacent, the fitted kitchen is equipped with a built-in oven and hob, catering to all your culinary needs.

Benefiting from gas central heating and double glazing throughout, this home ensures a comfortable environment in any season.

Conveniently located just a short distance from Herbert Road shopping facilities, everyday amenities are easily accessible. Additionally, Woolwich Town Centre, offering excellent rail links, is conveniently situated approximately 1 mile away.

Combining comfort, convenience, and style, this first floor conversion presents an opportunity not to be missed. Contact us today to arrange a viewing and make this fine property your new home.

Details

Entrance Hall
Entrance door. Stairs leading to landing.

Landing
Radiator. Access to loft.

Kitchen 10' 10'' x 9' 10'' (3.30m x 2.99m)
Window to side. Range of wall and base units with worktops. Sink unit with drainer to side and cupboards under. Built in oven and hob with extractor fan over. Plumbed for washing machine.

Bathroom
Window to rear. Panelled bath. Low flush WC. Pedestal wash hand basin.

Rear Hallway
Radiator.

Bedroom 2 8' 10'' x 6' 3'' (2.7m x 1.9m)
Window to side. Radiator.

Bedroom 1 10' 6'' x 13' 9'' (3.2m x 4.2m)
Window to rear. Radiator. Fire Place.

Lounge 13' 9'' x 17' 5'' (4.2m x 5.3m)
Bay window to front. Radiator.

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