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Greenhaven Drive, Central Thamesmead, London SE28

Thamesmead

£1,850 pcm

3 x 2 x
Department:
Lettings
Reference:
8029659
Type:
Town House
Availability:
Let Agreed
Receptions:
1
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Property features

  • 3 Bedroom End of Terrace Town House
  • Off Street Parking to the Front of Property
  • Conservatory
  • Family Bathroom and En-suite Shower Room to main bedroom
  • Guest Cloakroom
  • Utility Room
  • Double Glazed Windows
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Great location for transport links and shopping
  • Short distance to Woolwich for Elizabeth Line and DLR
  • Gargage

Summary

Nestled in a tranquil residential enclave, this impressive three-bedroom end-of-terrace townhouse offers a spacious and comfortable living environment. Boasting three well-proportioned bedrooms, the main bedroom features the added luxury of an en-suite shower room, while a family bathroom with a shower over the bath serves the remaining bedrooms.

The ground floor comprises a welcoming lounge/dining room, seamlessly connected to a fitted kitchen complete with integrated oven and hob, complemented by an extractor hood. A convenient utility room and guest cloakroom add practicality to the living space, while a large conservatory offers a versatile area for relaxation or entertaining.

Outside, the property benefits from off-street parking to the front, providing both convenience and security. Double-glazed windows and gas central heating ensure comfort and energy efficiency throughout the home.

Conveniently located within a short walk to Central Thamesmead, residents enjoy easy access to shopping facilities and transport links, making this townhouse an ideal choice for modern family living in a peaceful yet well-connected neighborhood.

Details

Lounge 16' 11'' x 14' 10'' (5.16m x 4.52m)
Good size lounge / dinner, Carpet, Double glazed windows & 2 radiators

Bedroom 1 11' 4'' x 11' 2'' (3.46m x 3.41m)
Good size double bedroom with en-suite shower room. carpet, double glazed widows and built in wardrobe.

Bedroom 2 13' 11'' x 8' 8'' (4.23m x 2.64m)
Carpet, double glazed window & radiator

Bedroom 3 10' 1'' x 8' 8'' (3.07m x 2.63m)
Carpet, double glazed window and radiator

Family Bathroom
3 piece white suite with shower over bath. Vinyl flooring. Double glazed window. Wall mounted window.

Cloakroom
Cloakroom on lower level with hand basin

Kitchen
Wall & base units. Built in Oven & hob with extractor hood. Vinyl flooring. Double glazed window.

Utility room
Cupboards with worktops and space for washing machine.

Conservatory 15' 1'' x 12' 4'' (4.61m x 3.75m)
Large conservatory to the rear of property.

Externally
Off street parking to the front of the property.

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