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image  Weighton Road, Anerley, London, SE20

image ££200,000 OIEO

image 1 BEDROOM
image 1 BATHROOM
image For Sale


 One Bedroom
 In Need Of Modernisation
 Purpose built Block
 Double Glazed
 Direct access to comm lawns
 Low maintenance

Property Description

Bought As Seen!
In need of modernisation throughout, Propertyworld offers this one bedroom apartment to the Sales Market. Situated just off the Croydon Road, access is readily available into the centres of both Penge and South Norwood, as well as a short ride into Crystal Palace, This particular property sits on the ground floor of a purpose built block - tucked away towards the end of the cul-de-sac street. The property needs modernisation throughout, allowing any new owner to put their individual stamp on it. The details are: lounge with doors allowing direct access to communal gardens. Kitchen with base unit cupboards as fitted and inset single drainer sink. One double sized bedroom. Wet Room with wall mounted wash basin and low level w/c. There is also no onward chain with this property. To view call Propertyworld on 0208 659 1005.

Our Vendor Loves......
'This property has been in the family for a long time, and although it needs modernisation there are plenty of fond memories. Neighbours are good and its a pretty quiet area'.

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