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Foxglove Path, West Thamesmead

West Thamesmead

£350,000 Guide Price

2 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
10756433
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Freehold
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Property features

  • Modern Mid Terrace House
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Ground Floor WC
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Approx 40ft
  • Popular West Thamesmead
  • Close to Rail Links

Summary

Looking for a cozy and convenient home in the sought-after area of West Thamesmead? Look no further! Introducing Foxglove Path, your dream 2-bedroom mid-terraced house with residents allocated parking. This gem offers everything you need for comfortable living. Step inside to find a spacious living room, perfect for kicking back and relaxing after a long day. The ground floor also boasts a guest W/C – no more queuing for the bathroom! The good-sized kitchen is ready to unleash your culinary skills, while the approximately 40ft rear garden provides ample space for outdoor activities and green-thumb enthusiasts. Upstairs, you'll find not one but two double bedrooms, ensuring plenty of room for you, your family, or guests. And let's not forget about the family bathroom that caters to everyone's needs. Location-wise, this property hits all the right spots! With Plumstead railway station, Woolwich Arsenal Train, DLR Station, and Elizabeth Line just a short distance away, commuting will be a breeze. Plus, you'll have easy access to the local town centre for all your shopping and entertainment needs. But that's not all! Foxglove Path is surrounded by top-notch local schools and scenic Thames walks that provide endless opportunities for both education and leisure. And with the Elizabeth Line and river taxi options nearby, exploring London has never been easier. Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to call Foxglove Path your new home sweet home! Contact us today to arrange a viewing and secure your dream house in West Thamesmead.

Details

Entrance Hall

Ground Floor WC

Fitted Kitchen 14' 5'' x 6' 8'' (4.39m x 2.04m)

Lounge 13' 1'' x 11' 8'' (3.99m x 3.56m)

Landing

Bedroom 1 13' 9'' x 10' 1'' (4.19m x 3.08m)

Bedroom 2 12' 9'' x 9' 6'' (3.89m x 2.89m)

Bathroom 8' 0'' x 6' 1'' (2.43m x 1.86m)

Garden
Approx 40ft

Floor Plans

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