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Martin Street, West Thamesmead, SE28

London

£2,200 pcm

4 x 2 x
Department:
Lettings
Reference:
6087011
Type:
End of Terrace House
Availability:
To Let
Receptions:
1
Furnished:
Part Furnished

Property features

  • Four bedrooms
  • End of terrace house
  • Ground floor cloakroom
  • Two bathrooms
  • Conservatory
  • Within easy reach of road and rail links
  • Driveway
  • Popular West Thamesmead

Summary

Hi Residential is excited to introduce this outstanding four-bedroom end-of-terrace house located in the sought-after area of West Thamesmead. Boasting excellent transport links, including proximity to Woolwich Arsenal for both road and rail connections, this property offers convenience and accessibility.

Upon entering, you're greeted by a welcoming entrance hall leading to a ground floor cloakroom, lounge, kitchen, and a bright conservatory, providing versatile living spaces for relaxation and entertainment. Additionally, the converted garage offers the flexibility of a fourth bedroom with an en-suite WC, ideal for guests or as a home office.

Moving upstairs, you'll find bedrooms 2, 3, and 4, along with a family bathroom, ensuring ample space for the whole family. Outside, the property features a generous garden spanning approximately 50ft, perfect for outdoor gatherings or enjoying the sunshine. Off-road parking for two cars adds to the convenience of urban living.

Further benefits of this exceptional home include gas central heating and double glazing throughout, ensuring comfort and energy efficiency year-round.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to make this remarkable property your new home. Contact Hi Residential today to arrange a viewing and experience the lifestyle offered by this fantastic end-of-terrace house in West Thamesmead.

Details

Entrance hall
Entrance door.

Ground floor cloakroom
Double glazed window to front. Low level wc. Extractor fan. Wash hand basin. Tiled splashback. Laminated flooring.

Lounge 13' 11'' x 12' 1'' (4.24m x 3.68m)
Double glazed window to front. Television point. Telephone point. Power points. Single radiator. Laminated flooring.

Conservatory 15' 2'' x 9' 11'' (4.62m x 3.02m)
Double glazed. Vinyl flooring. Power points. Double radiator. Double glazed French door to garden.

Kitchen 15' 7'' x 8' (4.75m x 2.44m)
Double glazed window to rear. Door to rear. Range of wall and base units with rolled top work surfaces. Stainless steel inset sink with mixer taps. Double radiator. Plumbed for washing machine and dishwasher. Built-in oven, hob and extractor fan. Space for fridge/freezer.

Bedroom 1 14' x 8' 5'' (4.47m x 2.57m)
Double glazed window to rear. Power points. Vinyl flooring.

En Suite WC
Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level wc. Extracor fan. Vinyl flooring.

Landing
Fitted carpet. Power points. Loft hatch

Bedroom 2 13' 7'' x 8' 6'' (4.14m x 2.59m)
Double glazed window to front. Fitted wardrobe. Television point. Power points. Single radiator. Carpet

Bedroom 3 9' 4'' x 8' 11'' (2.84m x 2.72m)
Double glazed window to rear. Power points. Single radiator. Carpet.

Bedroom 4 9' 1'' x 6' 1'' (2.77m x 1.85m)
Double glazed window to rear. Power points. Single radiator. Carpet.

Bathroom
Double glazed window to side. Panelled bath with mixer taps and shower.

Garden
Approx 50ft. Laid to lawn.

Floor Plans

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