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Lyme Road, Welling

Welling

£390,000 Guide Price

2 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12421193
Type:
Semi-Detached House
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
2
Tenure:
Freehold

Property features

  • 1930's Built House
  • Semi-Detached
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Approx 70FT Garden
  • Off Road Parking to Front

Summary

**Guide Price £390,000 - £410,000** We are delighted to present this immaculate 2-bedroom semi-detached Stevens-built house, offering a welcoming entrance hall that leads to two reception rooms and a contemporary fitted kitchen with sleek white gloss units and ground floor WC. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms and a well-appointed bathroom.

Outside, the property boasts a spacious garden approximately 70ft in length, along with parking facilities to the front. Additional benefits include gas central heating and double glazing throughout, ensuring comfort and energy efficiency.

Located in the heart of town, Welling's High Street offers a vibrant mix of shops, pubs, restaurants, and amenities. The mainline train station provides direct links to London, making commuting convenient. Residents can also enjoy the nearby Crook Log Leisure Centre, which features sports facilities and a pool complex.

This property is presented in great condition and is ideal for those seeking a well-maintained home in a central location. Arrange a viewing today to appreciate all it has to offer!


Details

Entrane Hall

Lounge 12' 6'' x 8' 2'' (3.8m x 2.5m)

Dining Room 10' 3'' x 8' 2'' (3.12m x 2.5m)

Kitchen 12' 8'' x 11' 2'' (3.86m x 3.4m)

Ground Floor WC

Landing

Bedroom 1 12' 8'' x 12' 5'' (3.86m x 3.78m)

Bedroom 2 13' 7'' x 8' 1'' (4.14m x 2.46m)

Bathroom

Garden
Approx 70ft

Off Road Parking to Front

Floor Plans

EPC

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