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Herbert Road, Plumstead

Plumstead

£290,000 Guide Price

1 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12209500
Type:
Flat
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Leasehold
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Property features

  • Ground Floor Flat
  • 15FT Living Room
  • Large Garden
  • 11FT Fitted Kitchen
  • 13FT Double Bedroom
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Lease 159 Years
  • No Forward Chain

Summary

This inviting one-bedroom ground floor conversion flat beautifully marries the charm of period style with the convenience of modern living, making it an ideal home for those seeking both character and comfort. Set in a prime location just off Woolwich Common, the property is perfectly positioned for future growth and connectivity, with easy access to the forthcoming Crossrail and DLR stations. This accessibility places it at the heart of South East London's exciting transformation, offering a unique blend of urban convenience and natural beauty.

The property is situated in an area experiencing significant regeneration and growth. Woolwich, with its rich history and ongoing redevelopment, including the Royal Arsenal, is fast becoming a vibrant urban centre. The addition of the Crossrail station will further enhance the area's appeal, providing unprecedented access to London's vast network of destinations.

Plumstead offers a contrasting greener, more serene environment, with vast commons and the enchanting Oxleas Wood providing a stunning natural backdrop. This mix of urban development and natural landscapes makes the area highly desirable for those seeking a balanced lifestyle.

This ground floor flat represents a fantastic opportunity for first-time buyers, professionals, or investors. With its combination of historical allure, modern amenities, and strategic location near key transport links, it promises a lifestyle of unparalleled convenience and charm. The ongoing transformation of Woolwich and Plumstead into dynamic, well-connected hubs of South East London adds to the property's long-term appeal.

Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the unique qualities of this well-presented conversion flat, set in one of London's most promising areas for growth and development. Don't miss the chance to be part of South East London's exciting reinvention.

This is a truly unique opportunity to purchase a flat where each room has been lovingly refurbished with bespoke features. A new floor of engineered oak was laid and insulation was fitted in 2021

The reception room has floating shelves, the bedroom has fitted floor to ceiling wardrobes with more than ample space for one or two people. The hallway has cleverly designed drawers to maximise storage. There is even a little cubby hole which was made for the current owners dog! A brand new kitchen was fitted in 2021, which also features bespoke shelving units. And there is a very handy 'utility unit' in the bathroom with the washing machine and dryer stacked on top of one another. All of this makes the flat perfect for someone who wants to move in without having to do any refurbishment works.  


Details

Living Room 14' 4'' x 12' 3'' (4.38m x 3.73m)

Kitchen 11' 0'' x 9' 3'' (3.35m x 2.82m)

Bedroom 13' 0'' x 11' 7'' (3.96m x 3.53m)

Bathroom

Garden
Approx 80ft x 38ft at widest points

Floor Plans

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