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Eglinton Road, Plumstead, London SE18

Plumstead

£250,000

2 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12147905
Type:
Maisonette
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Leasehold
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Property features

  • Split Level Maisonette
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Fitted kitchen with appliances
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Family bathroom with shower over bath and separate WC
  • Great residential location for local amenities and transport links
  • Gas central heating
  • Double Glazing

Summary

Looking for a spacious home in Plumstead? Look no further than this stunning 2 bedroom split level maisonette on Eglinton Road!

Situated in a popular road, this property is just a stone's throw away from local shops in Herbert Road and top-rated schools. The perfect location for growing families!

Step inside to a welcoming entrance hall that leads to a large kitchen and cozy lounge, offering ample space for relaxing and entertaining. Upstairs, you'll find two generous double bedrooms, a bathroom, and a separate WC.

With gas central heating and double glazing throughout, you can stay warm and cozy all year round. Plus, the convenience of Woolwich rail links within walking distance means easy access to London's bustling city center. Don't worry if you prefer buses – local routes to Woolwich Town Centre are also available.

Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity! Contact us today to schedule your viewing.

Details

Hallway
Large cupboard and under stairs storage

Lounge 12' 8'' x 12' 0'' (3.87m x 3.65m)
Large lounge with full length windows letting in lots of natural light. Newly painted and new carpet.

Kitchen 13' 10'' x 8' 11'' (4.22m x 2.72m)
Fitted kitchen with appliances (New electric oven and gas hob, washing machine and fridge/freezer).

First Floor Landing
Two storage cupbaords

Bedroom 1 12' 0'' x 12' 8'' (3.65m x 3.87m)
Double bedroom newly decorated and new carpet.

Bedroom 2 12' 0'' x 9' 5'' (3.65m x 2.87m)
Double bedroom, newly decorated and new carpet

Bathroom
Refurbished bathroom with shower over bath

Cloakroom

Floor Plans

EPC

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