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Newmarsh Road, Central Thamesmead

Central Thamesmead

£330,000 Guide Price

2 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12145549
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Freehold
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Property features

  • Mid Terrace House
  • Two Bedrooms
  • Conservatory
  • Open Plan to Ground Floor
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Garage En Bloc
  • Lovely Home

Summary

Guide Price £330,000 - £350,000 Freehold
Modern Comfort in Central Thamesmead!

Hi Residential presents this inviting 2-double-bedroom mid-terraced house on Newmarsh Road, perfectly situated in Central Thamesmead. The recent vendors have transformed the ground floor into a modern open-plan lounge/kitchen area, creating a spacious and contemporary living space that's perfect for comfortable living.

Central Location - Enjoy the convenience of Central Thamesmead! Modern Open-Plan Design - A bright and spacious living area! Conservatory - An additional space for relaxation and enjoyment! Two Bedrooms - Comfortable sleeping quarters for you and your family! Modern Bathroom - Practical and stylish! Garden - Outdoor space for your enjoyment! Garage En-Bloc - Added convenience and storage space! Great Transport Links - Easy access to Woolwich Arsenal Train and DLR Station, Abbey Wood Train Station, Thamesmead Shopping Centre, and more! Ideal for First-Time Buyers or Buy-to-Let Investors - A promising opportunity!

Step inside, and you'll be welcomed by a bright and spacious open-plan lounge/kitchen area, complemented by a conservatory that provides an additional space for relaxation and enjoyment.

Upstairs, two bedrooms offer comfortable sleeping quarters, and a modern bathroom adds practicality and style to your daily routine.

Outside, a garden awaits for outdoor moments, and a garage en-bloc offers both convenience and storage space.

With excellent transport links to Woolwich Arsenal Train and DLR Station, Abbey Wood Train Station, Thamesmead Shopping Centre, and other local amenities, this property is perfectly located for modern living.

Whether you're a first-time buyer or a buy-to-let investor, this property presents a promising opportunity that you won't want to miss. Schedule an early viewing today! Contact Hi Residential for more details. Your Central Thamesmead haven awaits! #ThamesmeadLiving #ModernComfort


Details

Lounge/Kitchen 23' 10'' x 13' 3'' (7.27m x 4.03m)

Conservatory 11' 1'' x 10' 4'' (3.37m x 3.15m)

Landing

Bedroom 1 8' 2'' x 13' 1'' (2.50m x 4m)

Bedroom 2 8' 3'' x 13' 1'' (2.52m x 4m)

Bathroom

Garden

Garage En Bloc

Floor Plans

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