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Nickelby Close, North Thamesmead

North Thamesmead

£370,000 Guide Price

3 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12279092
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Freehold

Property features

  • Modern Town House
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Quiet Cul-De-Sac Location
  • Close to Thamesmead Shopping Centre
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Planning Permission for rear Extention
  • Off Road Parking

Summary

**Guide Price £370,000 - £390,000** Nestled in a serene close in North Thamesmead, this beautifully presented Family Town House offers a tranquil retreat within easy reach of essential amenities and transportation links. Boasting three bedrooms, this home is perfect for families seeking comfort and convenience.

The spacious living room opens seamlessly to a garden, creating an inviting space for relaxation and outdoor enjoyment. A separate kitchen provides functionality and convenience for culinary endeavours, while the family bathroom caters to everyday needs.

With the added benefit of a private drive, parking is hassle-free for residents. Set in a family-friendly neighbourhood with access to schools, parkland, and shops, this property offers a sense of community and convenience.

For commuters, Woolwich station for DLR and Elizabeth Line, as well as Abbey Wood station for Elizabeth Line, are easily accessible, providing efficient links to various parts of London, including The City, West End, and airports.

Don't miss the opportunity to call this charming Family Town House your home. Schedule a viewing today to experience its appeal first-hand!


Details

Entrance Hall

Kitchen 7' 11'' x 7' 3'' (2.42m x 2.20m)

Lounge 15' 9'' x 13' 7'' (4.81m x 4.15m)

Landing

Bedroom 2 13' 7'' x 10' 1'' (4.13m x 3.07m)

Bedroom 3 7' 3'' x 6' 10'' (2.21m x 2.09m)

Landing

Bedroom 1 17' 0'' x 10' 8'' (5.18m x 3.25m)

Garden
Approx 50ft

Off Road Parking

Floor Plans

EPC

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