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Vicarage Road, Plumstead

Plumstead

£250,000

1 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12048668
Type:
Flat
Availability:
For Sale
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Leasehold

Property features

  • Modern Apartment
  • One Double Bedroom
  • Close to Woolwich Rail Links
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Lease 141 Years Remaining
  • EPC B
  • Early Viewing Recommended

Summary

Welcome to this delightful 1-bedroom modern apartment, perfectly situated in an ideal location just a short stroll away from Woolwich Town Centre. With excellent access to the Elizabeth Line, DLR, and Overground Stations, convenience is at your doorstep.

Ideal Location - Short walk to Woolwich Town Centre and excellent transport links!
Well-Designed Layout - Open and practical living spaces!
Spacious Lounge - Open plan to the kitchen for modern living!
Comfortable Double Bedroom - A haven for relaxation!
Modern Bathroom - Stylish and functional!
Gas Central Heating - Stay warm throughout the year!
Double Glazing - Added comfort and tranquillity!
Early Viewing Recommended - Don't miss out on this opportunity!

Step inside and be greeted by an inviting entrance hall that welcomes you home. The spacious lounge, open-plan to the kitchen, provides a versatile living space that's perfect for both relaxation and entertainment.

The double bedroom offers a comfortable retreat, and the modern bathroom combines style and functionality seamlessly.

Stay cosy throughout the year with the benefits of gas central heating, and enjoy the added comfort and tranquillity of double glazing.

This lovely apartment is not to be missed, and early viewing is highly recommended. Contact Hi Residential to schedule your viewing and secure your modern living space in this ideal location today! #WoolwichLiving #ModernComforts

Details

Entrance Hall

Lounge/Kitchen 23' 0'' x 12' 10'' (7m x 3.9m)

Bedroom 1 13' 5'' x 11' 2'' (4.1m x 3.4m)

Bathroom 9' 2'' x 6' 3'' (2.8m x 1.9m)

Floor Plans

EPC

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