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Swingate Lane, Winns Common

Plumstead

£360,000

2 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12263588
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Freehold
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Property features

  • Victorian Terrace House
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Close to Winns Common
  • Ground Floor Bathroom
  • Approx 45ft Garden
  • Early Viewing Recommended

Summary

Situated in the highly sought-after area of Plumstead Common, and just a short stroll away from the picturesque Winns Common, this exquisite two-bedroom Victorian terrace house is a true gem. The property, brimming with character and charm, offers modern comforts, making it an ideal home for those who appreciate the elegance of Victorian architecture coupled with contemporary living.

As you step through the front door, the entrance hall warmly welcomes you, leading you into the beautifully structured spaces of this home. The lounge, exudes warmth and comfort, perfect for family gatherings or a peaceful retreat after a busy day. Adjacent to the lounge, the dining room offers an inviting atmosphere for meals and social gatherings, with its layout conducive to conversation and togetherness.

The kitchen, functional and well-appointed, provides a practical space for meal preparation and culinary adventures. The ground floor also hosts a bathroom, offering convenience and practicality to the household. Further enhancing the ground floor is a conservatory, a versatile space that bathes in natural light, offering serene views of the garden and an additional area for relaxation or entertainment.

Ascending to the first floor, the landing leads to two generously sized double bedrooms, each offering ample space and comfort, ready to be personalized to your taste and needs. The bedrooms, retain the charm of the Victorian era while providing a tranquil and private retreat.

The property's exterior is equally impressive, featuring a garden approximately 45ft in length. This outdoor space is a canvas for gardening, relaxation, and outdoor activities, inviting you to create your own oasis in the heart of the city.

Among the many benefits of this exquisite home are the modern comforts of gas central heating and double glazing. These features ensure that the home remains a cozy haven throughout the seasons, providing a comfortable living environment and peace of mind.

This two-bedroom Victorian terrace house, with its blend of historical charm, spacious living, and modern conveniences, is more than just a dwelling; it's a lifestyle choice for discerning individuals who value both heritage and modernity. Internal viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the unique qualities and potential of this superb home.


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