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Goosander Way, West Thamesmead

West Thamesmead

£360,000

2 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12261663
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Freehold
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Property features

  • Modern Terrace House
  • Popular West Thamesmead
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Close to Woolwich Rail Links
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Chain Free

Summary

Presented to the market chain-free, this delightful two-bedroom family home is situated in the ever-popular West Thamesmead area, a location renowned for its convenience and community spirit. This property is ideally positioned for easy access into Woolwich, boasting a mainline station, DLR, and the new Elizabeth Line, making it a perfect choice for commuters or anyone looking to enjoy the blend of suburban tranquility and urban connectivity.

The heart of this home is the 15ft reception room, a generously proportioned space that offers a warm and inviting atmosphere for family living and social gatherings. The large windows ensure that the room is bathed in natural light, enhancing the sense of space and comfort.

The fitted kitchen is well-appointed and practical, providing a functional space for meal preparation and culinary exploration. Its layout and design make it a delight for both the occasional cook and the seasoned chef, ensuring that every meal is a pleasure to prepare.

Ascending to the first floor, you will find a well-designed bathroom, offering convenience and functionality. The bathroom's layout and fixtures are designed to cater to the needs of a modern family, ensuring a comfortable and practical living experience.

The property also boasts a charming rear garden, a private and serene outdoor space perfect for relaxation, gardening, or entertaining guests. This garden is a true extension of the living space, offering a green sanctuary in the heart of the city.

Location is a significant advantage of this property. Its convenient location ensures that you are never far from the amenities and transport links of Woolwich, making daily commutes and leisurely excursions equally effortless.

Offered chain-free, this two-bedroom family home is an ideal choice for those seeking a ready-to-move-in property in a sought-after location. With its blend of comfort, convenience, and potential, this home is more than just a dwelling; it's a space where memories are waiting to be made. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the unique qualities and potential of this lovely home.


Details

Entrance Hall

Ground Floor WC

Lounge 15' 10'' x 12' 8'' (4.82m x 3.87m)

Kitchen 8' 10'' x 6' 11'' (2.70m x 2.10m)

Landing

Bedroom 1 8' 4'' x 12' 8'' (2.53m x 3.86m)

Bedroom 2 7' 5'' x 12' 10'' (2.25m x 3.91m)

Bathroom

Garden
Approx 30Ft

Floor Plans

EPC

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