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Fairway Drive, North Thamesmead

North Thamesmead

£210,000 Guide Price

2 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12305417
Type:
Flat
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Leasehold
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Property features

  • First Floor Flat
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Electric Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Modern Fitted Kitchen
  • Allocated Parking
  • Close to Local Bus Routes
  • Early Viewing Recommended

Summary

Guide Price £210,000 - £230,000 Leasehold. Discover comfortable living in this spacious two-bedroom flat, situated on the first floor of a modern, purpose-built block. Conveniently located just a short stroll from public transport, local schools, and amenities, this property offers both convenience and accessibility.

Step into the welcoming entrance hall and experience the spaciousness and comfort of this modern flat. The well-appointed lounge area provides ample space for relaxation and entertainment, offering a cozy retreat for unwinding after a long day.

Adjacent, the fitted kitchen boasts functionality and convenience, equipped to cater to your culinary needs with ease.

The property features two comfortable bedrooms, providing ideal spaces for restful nights and personal retreats.

Completing the accommodation, the bathroom offers added convenience for residents.

Benefiting from electric heating and double glazing throughout, this home ensures year-round comfort and energy efficiency.

Additionally, residents will appreciate the convenience of an allocated parking space.

With its prime location and array of features, this two-bedroom flat presents an excellent opportunity for comfortable living. Early viewing is strongly recommended to avoid disappointment. Contact us today to arrange a viewing and secure your chance to make this property your new home.

Details

Communal Entrance Hall

Entrance Hall
Entrance door. Laminate wood flooring. Electric Radiator.

Lounge 17' 9'' x 12' 0'' (5.41m x 3.66m)
Double glazed window to side. Laminate wood flooring. Electric Radiator.

Kitchen 10' 4'' x 8' 0'' (3.14m x 2.43m)
Double glazed window to side. Range of wall and base units with rolled top work surfaces. Sink unit with drainer to side and cupboard under. Laminate wood flooring.

Bedroom 1 14' 1'' x 9' 9'' (4.29m x 2.98m)
Double glazed window to front. Built in storage cupboard. Laminate wood flooring. Electric radiator.

Bedroom 2 11' 6'' x 6' 1'' (3.5m x 1.85m)
Double glazed window to front. Laminate wood flooring. Electric radiator.

Bathroom
Panelled bath with shower over. Low flush WC. Wash hand basin. Part tiled walls.

Allocated Parking

Floor Plans

EPC

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