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Llanover Road, Plumstead

Plumstead

£500,000

4 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
9096005
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Freehold
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Property features

  • Victorian Terrace House
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Through Reception Room
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Close to Woolwich Common
  • Ground Floor WC
  • Upstairs Bathroom

Summary

Spacious 4-Bedroom Victorian Terrace - Ideal Family Living

Discover the charm of this spacious 4-bedroom Victorian terrace, perfectly positioned within a short walk to Woolwich Common and a quick bus ride to Woolwich Town Centre rail links. This property offers an excellent opportunity for family living with its generous space and convenient location.

As you step into the entrance hall, you're greeted by a welcoming atmosphere that sets the tone for comfortable living. The through reception rooms provide versatile spaces, allowing you to create distinct areas for relaxation and entertainment. The kitchen complements the practical aspects of daily life.

Venture upstairs to find four bedrooms, each offering its own unique charm. The bathroom, a functional space, caters to the needs of a busy family. Outside, a garden stretching approximately 70ft provides a private outdoor retreat for gatherings, play, or relaxation.

Gas central heating and double glazing enhance the comfort and efficiency of this Victorian gem. With its proximity to Woolwich Common and convenient transport links, this property is a fantastic option for those seeking a harmonious blend of space and accessibility.

Early viewing is recommended to fully appreciate the potential and character of this delightful Victorian terrace. Contact us today to schedule your visit and envision the possibilities that await in this inviting family home.


Details

Lounge 26' 2'' x 18' 10'' (7.97m x 5.74m)

Kitchen 15' 11'' x 9' 6'' (4.84m x 2.90m)

Ground Floor WC

Landing

Bedroom 1 11' 0'' x 12' 2'' (3.35m x 3.71m)

Bedroom 2 11' 10'' x 12' 7'' (3.61m x 3.84m)

Bedroom 3 8' 6'' x 9' 3'' (2.60m x 2.82m)

Bedroom 4 8' 9'' x 7' 4'' (2.67m x 2.24m)

Bathroom 7' 0'' x 4' 8'' (2.13m x 1.42m)

Garden

Floor Plans

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