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Hill House, Defence Close, West Thamesmead

West Thamesmead

£270,000

2 x 2 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
11879734
Type:
Flat
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Leasehold
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Property features

  • Riverside Development
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Bathroom + En Suite
  • Gs Central Heating
  • Direct River Views
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Double Glazed
  • Chain Free

Summary

Elevate your lifestyle with this fantastic two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment, ideally situated on the first floor of a purpose-built Riverside development. Enjoy breathtaking river views and a host of modern amenities.

? Spectacular River Views - A picturesque backdrop to your daily life!
? Spacious Lounge - Open-plan to a fitted kitchen for modern living!
? Master Bedroom with En-suite - Your private sanctuary!
? Second Bedroom - Perfect for guests or family!
? Allocated Parking - Convenience at your doorstep!
? Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing - Year-round comfort and tranquility!
? Short Distance to Woolwich Town Centre - Excellent transport links at your fingertips!

As you step inside, you'll be greeted by an inviting entrance hall that sets the tone for this riverside oasis. The spacious lounge seamlessly flows into a fitted kitchen, creating an ideal space for relaxation and culinary adventures.

The master bedroom comes complete with an en-suite shower room, offering a private retreat, while the second bedroom is perfect for guests or family. The additional bathroom adds convenience to your daily routine.

Enjoy the benefits of allocated parking, gas central heating (not tested), and double glazing that ensures year-round comfort and tranquility.

Located just a short distance from Woolwich Town Centre, you'll have easy access to the DLR, Elizabeth Line, and Overground stations, making your daily commute a breeze.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to live in style by the river. Contact Hi Residential to schedule your viewing and make this stunning riverside apartment your new home! ???? #RiversideLiving #BreathtakingViews

Details

Entrance hall
Wooden entrance door, airing cupboard, power point, entry phone, laminate flooring.

Lounge 14' 8'' x 12' 2'' (4.47m x 3.71m)
Double glazed patio doors to balcony with River views, double radiator, power points, laminate flooring, open plan to:

Kitchen 7' 1'' x 5' 9'' (2.16m x 1.75m)
Range of fitted wall and base units with roillled top work surface, stainless steel sink, built in oven, hob and extractor fan, plumbed for washing machine, space for fridge freezer, tiled splash back, tiled floor.

Bedroom 1 16' 2'' x 8' 11'' (4.93m x 2.72m)
Double glazed window to front with River views, single radiator, power points, laminate flooring, door to:

En-suite
Walk in shower cubicle, low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin, extractor fan, tiled splash back, shaver point, tiled floor.

Bedroom 2 12' 4'' x 9' 3'' (3.76m x 2.82m)
Double glazed window to front with River views, single radiator, power points, laminate flooring.

Bathroom
Panel enclosed bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, tiled splash back, shaver point, single radiator, extractor fan, tiled floor.

Allocated Parking

Floor Plans

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