In need of modernisation and reflected with the asking price, Propertyworld offers this TWO BEDROOM MAISONETTE to the sales market that comes with its very own PRIVATE GARDEN. Situated on a road of similar aged properties ranging from flats to houses, commuters have the choice of THREE TRAIN STATIONS at either CLOCK HOUSE, KENT HOUSE or BIRKBECK - not forgetting a TRAM STOP too. For grocery shopping an express Sainsbury's store can be found just at the end of the street. The accommodation provides as follows: OWN PRIVATE FRONT DOOR with a staircase up to the first floor. A large lounge sits to the front of the building showcasing a fireplace and mantle, complimented with tall centred windows. Two bedrooms - Master bedroom sitting just behind the lounge, whilst the second bedroom positioned to the very rear of the building, thus offering a quiet environment - even with the windows open. The bathroom provides a three piece Victorian style suite and a tall window, drawing in plenty of natural light. However, one of the best features of the property is the large kitchen/diner, with ample space for dining, as well as cooking and if thats not enough, then enjoy the advantage of having direct access out to your VERY OWN REAR GARDEN, via the internal staircase. The garden comes with gravelled grounds, raised flower beds and a CONSERVATORY! Situated within a residential and family orientated street, this home has a lot to offer and taking into account the property needs modernisation, means that there is an opportunity to put tailor the accommodation to your personal taste. Call Propertyworld on 020 8659 1005 now to make an appointment to view, we doubt you will be disappointed!
Our Vendor loves.......
' I fell in love with the property the minute I walked into the lounge. It was just so bright and airy. The garden was a saviour during lockdown and having great neighbours made it all ok'.
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