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Pitfield Crescent, Central Thamesmead

Central Thamesmead

£475,000

4 x 2 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12413144
Type:
End of Terrace House
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
2
Tenure:
Freehold

Property features

  • End of Terrace House
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing
  • Driveway to Front
  • Close to Shopping Centre
  • No Forward Chain

Summary


Hi Residential is excited to present this spacious family home to the market, offering ample living space and a convenient location in central Thamesmead. The property features a large lounge, perfect for relaxing or entertaining, along with a kitchen/diner that provides a versatile space for family meals and gatherings. A downstairs WC add to the convenience of everyday living.

With four bedrooms, including a master bedroom with an en suite shower, there's plenty of room for the whole family to spread out and enjoy their own space. Additionally, the property boasts parking to the front.

In good decorative order, this property is ready to welcome its new owners and offers the potential for extended family.

Located close to the shopping centre and bus routes, this property offers easy access to amenities and transportation links. Being sold with no chain, it presents an excellent opportunity for those looking to move without delay.

Don't miss out on the chance to make this spacious family home your own. Contact Hi Residential today to arrange a viewing and discover all that this property has to offer.

Details

Entrance Hall

Ground Floor WC

Lounge 20' 1'' x 15' 0'' (6.12m x 4.57m)

Dining Room 12' 3'' x 9' 4'' (3.73m x 2.84m)

Kitchen 7' 10'' x 12' 10'' (2.39m x 3.90m)

Landing

Bedroom 1 11' 10'' x 11' 2'' (3.6m x 3.4m)

Bedroom 2 10' 1'' x 10' 3'' (3.08m x 3.12m)

En Suite Shower room

Bedroom 3 9' 10'' x 8' 11'' (3m x 2.71m)

Bedroom 4 9' 10'' x 8' 11'' (3m x 2.71m)

Bathroom 6' 2'' x 7' 2'' (1.89m x 2.18m)

Garden

Allocated Parking

Floor Plans

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