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Wren Path, West Thamesmead

West Thamesmead

£370,000

2 x 1 x
Department:
Sales
Reference:
12123572
Type:
Terraced House
Availability:
Sold STC
Receptions:
1
Tenure:
Freehold
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Property features

  • Mid Terrace House
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Popular West Thamesmead
  • Close to Woolwich Rail links
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Double Glazed
  • Superb Throughout
  • Spacious Kitchen/Diner

Summary

Asking Price £370,000 A Quiet Oasis in West Thamesmead!

Nestled in a peaceful location within the popular West Thamesmead area, this two-bedroom mid-terrace house offers the perfect balance of tranquillity and convenience. With Plumstead Station just moments away and Woolwich Arsenal approximately half a mile further, providing access to DLR, the New Elizabeth Line, and Overground stations, this property is perfectly situated for modern living.

Peaceful Location - A quiet oasis in West Thamesmead! Excellent Transport Links - Plumstead Station and Woolwich Arsenal nearby! Accommodation - Entrance hall, lounge, dining area, kitchen, landing, two double bedrooms, and bathroom. Garden - Approximately 35ft in length, with rear access for parking. Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing - Modern comforts for year-round enjoyment!

As you step inside, an inviting entrance hall welcomes you into this lovely home. The lounge, dining area, and kitchen provide a practical and well-designed living space for modern living.

Upstairs, you'll find two double bedrooms and a bathroom, ensuring comfort and privacy for you and your family.

Outside, a garden stretching approximately 35ft in length offers outdoor space to relax and unwind, and it even provides rear access for parking, making life even more convenient.

Enjoy modern comforts with gas central heating (not tested) and double glazing, ensuring a cosy and tranquil living environment throughout the year.

Don't miss the opportunity to call this peaceful West Thamesmead residence your home. Contact Hi Residential for more details and to arrange your viewing. Your oasis of tranquillity awaits! #ThamesmeadLiving #PeacefulOasis


Details

Entrance Hall

Lounge 14' 5'' x 11' 11'' (4.39m x 3.64m)

Kitchen/Diner 21' 0'' x 7' 9'' (6.41m x 2.36m)

Landing

Bedroom 1 14' 4'' x 10' 4'' (4.37m x 3.16m)

Bedroom 2 14' 4'' x 9' 1'' (4.38m x 2.77m)

Bathroom

Garden

Floor Plans

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