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Erebus Drive, West Thamesmead, London SE28

West Thamesmead

£260,000

1 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12152285
Type:
Flat
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Leasehold

Property features

  • Riverside Development Overlooking River Thames
  • Adjacent to the Vibrant Woolwich Arsenal Development
  • Spacious Upper Ground Floor One-Bedroom Apartment
  • Double Glazed Throughout
  • Secure Parking Space for Peace of Mind
  • Walking Distance to Elizabeth Line, DLR & Overground Stations
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Large, light Flooded Lounge paired with Modern Kitchen

Summary

One bedroom upper ground floor on a popular Riverside development in a prime location with views to the River Thames. The property is adjacent to the Woolwich Arsenal Development and walking distance to DLR and mainline stations. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, lounge open plan to kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. Outside there is a communal garden. Benefits include gas central heating, double glazing, secure parking and excellent River views.

Details

Entrance
Communal entrance - Hard wood door into flat

Hallway
Carpet laid to floor, single panel radiator, spot lights & entry phone system.

Bathroom 7' 3'' x 6' 9'' (2.21m x 2.06m)
Tiled floors, Radiator, Low level W/C, Wash basin with vanity cupboard underneath, panel bath tiled around with over head electric shower, extractor fan, spot lights and large mirrors to walls.

Lounge 25' 8'' x 10' 5'' (7.82m x 3.18m)
Carpet laid to floor, 2 x double panel radiators, double glazed window to side, double glazed patio door to rear communal garden. TV aerial and telephone points, heating thermostat. 2 x leather sofas & glass dining table with 3 x dining chairs.

Kitchen 7' 7'' x 7' 3'' (2.3m x 2.2m)
Tiled floor, range of wall and base units, built in fridge freezer, stainless steel sink with drainer, integral washing machine, dishwasher, electric hob & oven, stainless steel extractor hood, double glazed window to side.

Bedroom 18' 0'' x 8' 8'' (5.49m x 2.64m)
Carpet laid to floor, double panel radiator, double glazed patio door leading to communal garden, double bed with mattress, 2 x bedside cabinets, chest of drawers, 2 x wardrobes, TV aerial point.

External
Small patio area, lawn garden with railing boundaries, river views, Thames path walkway.

Parking
Secure private parking space available for one vehicle.

Floor Plans

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