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Tideslea Path, West Thamesmead, SE28

West Thamesmead

£250,000

2 x 2 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12111247
Type:
Apartment
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Leasehold
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Property features

  • Upper Floor Apartment
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Allocated Parking
  • Riverside Development
  • Close to Woolwich Rail Links

Summary

Riverside Elegance: A Double Bedroom Gem in a Sought-after Locale

Experience the charm of riverside living in this beautifully designed double-bedroom apartment, nestled within a popular riverside development that perfectly captures modern urban allure.

As you step into the entrance hall, the layout flows seamlessly into a spacious lounge, adorned with double doors that open to a picturesque Juliet Balcony. This feature, combined with the lounge's layout, ensures a room filled with an abundance of natural light, framing delightful views and offering a sense of open space. The adjacent fitted kitchen is crafted for functionality and style, ensuring culinary adventures are always a joy.

The master bedroom stands as a sanctuary of comfort, enhanced by an en suite shower room for added convenience. The property also boasts a versatile second bedroom and a well-appointed bathroom, offering flexibility and comfort to residents.

Gas central heating and double glazing reinforce the apartment's commitment to coziness and energy efficiency. Plus, the addition of an external balcony provides a quaint space for relaxation, where one can enjoy refreshing breezes and riverside vibes.

The vibrant heart of Woolwich is merely a scenic 15 to 20-minute walk along the riverfront. However, for those seeking a quicker commute, a local bus service conveniently links to Woolwich Arsenal, making accessibility a key feature of this residence.

We wholeheartedly believe that this property must be viewed to truly capture its essence and potential. Embrace an opportunity to experience a blend of luxury, convenience, and the unmatched ambiance of riverside living.


Details

Entrance Hall

Lounge 18' 4'' x 10' 10'' (5.6m x 3.3m)

Kitchen 5' 3'' x 8' 6'' (1.6m x 2.6m)

Bedroom 1 16' 5'' x 8' 2'' (5m x 2.5m)

En Suite 6' 3'' x 7' 3'' (1.9m x 2.2m)

Bedroom 2 12' 10'' x 9' 2'' (3.9m x 2.8m)

Bathroom 6' 3'' x 7' 3'' (1.9m x 2.2m)

Allocated Parking

Floor Plans

EPC

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