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Harrier Mews, West Thamesmead

West Thamesmead

£275,000 Guide Price

1 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12276112
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Freehold
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Property features

  • Modern Terrace House
  • One Double Bedroom
  • Newly Re-Furbished
  • Off Street Parking
  • Popular West Thamesmead
  • Close to Woolwich Rail Links
  • New Boiler
  • Chain Free

Summary

Guide Price £275,000 - £285,000 Freehold. We are thrilled to present a unique and rare opportunity to the market – a charming one-bedroom house, perfect for those seeking their first home or a savvy investment opportunity. Situated in a tranquil and sought-after location, this property offers the best of both worlds – a peaceful setting that is just a short walk from local lakes, essential amenities, and the train station.

This delightful property stands out with its freehold status, offering the freedom and stability that come with owning the land on which your home is built. The benefits don't stop there; the house also features off-street parking, providing convenience and security for your vehicle. The private rear garden is a serene oasis, perfect for relaxation, gardening, or outdoor entertaining, allowing you to enjoy your own slice of nature.

The house itself has been newly refurbished, showcasing a fresh and modern interior that's ready to welcome you. The one-bedroom layout is thoughtfully designed, making it an ideal choice for individuals or couples looking for a cozy and manageable living space. Whether you're a first-time buyer looking to step onto the property ladder or an investor seeking a property with potential, this house is sure to meet your needs.

Offered chain-free, this property is ready for immediate occupancy, ensuring a smooth and hassle-free transition to your new home. Given its unique appeal and desirable location, we anticipate high levels of interest in this rare find.

Don't miss this opportunity to own a one-bedroom house in a peaceful, popular location. Get in touch today to arrange a viewing and take the first step towards making this delightful house your new home.

Details

Entrance Hall

Living Room 15' 9'' x 10' 8'' (4.8m x 3.25m)

Kitchen 8' 10'' x 10' 8'' (2.7m x 3.25m)

Landing

Bedroom 1 16' 10'' x 10' 8'' (5.13m x 3.25m)

Bathroom 9' 0'' x 4' 9'' (2.75m x 1.44m)

Garden
Approx 20FT

Floor Plans

EPC

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