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The Drive, Sidcup DA14

Sidcup

£475,000 Guide Price

3 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12381187
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Freehold

Property features

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Bathroom with shower over bath
  • Built in wardrobes / storage in all bedrooms
  • Great Loctaion
  • Garage En-bloc
  • Double Glazed Windows
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Garden to rear of Property

Summary

Guide Price £475,000 - £500,000 Freehold. Nestled in the sought-after neighborhood of Sidcup, this delightful three-bedroom terraced familyhome offers a perfect blend of comfort and convenience, including kitchen and bathroom, this property is ideal for modern living.

Upon entering, you're greeted by a spacious lounge flooded with natural light, creating a warm and inviting ambiance for relaxation and entertaining. The newly fitted kitchen features contemporary appliances, including a built-in oven and hob, providing a stylish and functional space for culinary endeavors.

Upstairs, three well-appointed bedrooms await, each adorned with built-in wardrobes, offering comfort and convenience for the whole family. The bathroom boasts a shower-over-bath setup, ensuring a rejuvenating experience after a long day.

Outside, a good-sized garden to the rear provides an ideal space for outdoor activities, al fresco dining, or simply soaking up the sunshine. Additionally, a garage en bloc offers convenient storage space for vehicles or outdoor equipment.

Further enhancing the property's appeal are double-glazed windows and gas central heating, providing energy efficiency and comfort throughout the year.

Located in a desirable area of Sidcup, this family home offers easy access to local amenities, schools, and transport links, making it an ideal choice for families seeking a vibrant yet tranquil lifestyle.

Viewings are highly recommended to fully appreciate the charm and convenience of this wonderful home. Contact us today to arrange your viewing appointment and take the first step towards making this property your new family haven in Sidcup.

Details

Entrance Hall

Cloakroom
Separate WC to bathroom

Lounge/Diner 25' 7'' x 16' 5'' (7.8m x 5m)
Large lounge/diner with bay window to the front letting in lots of natural light. New decorated.

Kitchen 10' 7'' x 9' 2'' (3.23m x 2.79m)
New fitted kitchen with fitted oven and hob

Bedroom 1 13' 5'' x 12' 8'' (4.1m x 3.86m)
Large double bedroom to the front of the house, newly decorated with new carpet. Built in wardrobes /storage.

Bedroom 2 12' 1'' x 12' 5'' (3.69m x 3.79m)
Newly decorated double bedroom with new carpet. Built in wardrobes / storage.

Bedroom 3 9' 2'' x 6' 8'' (2.8m x 2.04m)
Newly decorated single room/study with built in wardrobes / storage.

Bathroom
New fitted bathroom with shower over bath.

Front garden
Laid to lawn

Rear Garden
Good size garden to the rear

Garage
Garage en bloc to the rear of the property

Floor Plans

EPC

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