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Tideslea Path, West Thamesmead

West Thamesmead

£220,000

1 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
5982214
Type:
Flat
Availability:
Sold
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Leasehold
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Property features

  • Popular Riverside Development
  • Rap Around Balcony
  • Views of River Thames
  • Allocated Parking Space
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazing

Summary

Hi Residential are please to offer this 1 bedroom EX SHOW HOME apartment which is situated on a popular RIVERSIDE DEVELOPMENT in the area of West Thamesmead. The property comprises entrance hall, lounge, fitted kitchen, master bedroom with en suite shower room. Other benefits include gas central heating and double glazing. Outide there is a large balcony with great space for table and chairs and with views off the River Thames, there is also allocated parking. Early viewing recommended.

Details

Entrance
Communal entrance with telephone entry system

Entrance hallway
Hard wood door, Carpet, Radiator, Storage cupboard

Lounge 18' 3'' x 14' 10'' (5.56m x 4.52m)
Carpet, Radiator, Double glazed patio door to large patio area.

Kitchen 5' 3'' x 12' 5'' (1.60m x 3.78m)
Tiled floors, range of wall and base units, fitted gas cooker with extractor fan, stainless steel sink with drainer and tile splash backs, space for fridge freezer, plumbed for washing machine.

Bedroom 13' 7'' x 10' 10'' (4.14m x 3.30m)
Carpet, Radiator, Double glazed patio door to large patio area, hard wood door leading into bathroom

Bathroom 7' 3'' x 6' 11'' (2.21m x 2.11m)
Tiled floors, panel bath with overhead shower surrounded by tiles, low level W/C, Pedestal hand wash basin, Extractor fan.

Parking
This property comes with 1 allocated parking space situated within a gated car park

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