Guide Price: £525,000 - £550,000
Propertyworld is proud to act as sole agents on this fabulous three bedroom flat with SHARE OF FREEHOLD & PRIVATE GARDEN. This super ground floor flat is spacious, with generous room sizes and beautifully proportioned accommodation throughout. Flooded in natural light, the property , is a rare gem that is perfectly located for lots of local amenities, transport links and beautiful Mayow Park.
The details include: to front there is a lounge with beautiful engineered wood floor, two tone walls, bay window with double glazed windows and bespoke recess shelving, the kitchen looks out over the fabulous rear garden and includes an extensive range of beech fronted wall and base units, gas hob and electric oven, there are three bedrooms - all nicely presented and flooded in light, plus a family bathroom with two piece suite and heated towel rail plus a separate bathroom with a walk in shower, W.C and combination boiler. The SOUTH WEST facing rear garden and large side return are spacious and offer lots of space to play, eat and chill.
We expect strong demand and advise an early viewing to avoid disappointment, Please call Propertyworld on 0208 488 0011 to view.
Our Vendor Loves.....
We’ve loved living in the flat and it’s going to be hard to leave. Even as a family of five the space has given us enough to spread out and not always hear each other, which is essential! It’s brilliant at conserving warmth in winter and is happily cool in summer, even with the heatwaves we’ve been having. The south-facing garden is our little oasis filled with sunlight and a lovely place to chill and for the children to get some grass under feet. A huge benefit is being five minutes from the gorgeous Mayow Park (and B&G cafe- where I often escape to work!) with its wonderful community garden in Grow Mayow and playgrounds.
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