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image  Malcolm Close, Penge, London, SE20

image ££1,425 per calendar month


 Available from 17th Mar 2023
 Two bedroom apartment
 Ground floor
 New carpets
 Newly painted
 Double and single
 Communal garden
 Close to several train stations and High street
 EPC D - Council tax band C
 Available now

Property Description

Propertyworld is delighted to present this well presented unfurnished, two-bedroom ground floor flat with access to a communal garden in a handsome apartment block in Oakfield Road Penge. The property has been freshly painted and has new carpets, and some newly installed appliances.The apartment boasts a generous reception room to the front with a large West facing bay window that ensures an abundance of natural light. There are two bedrooms, one a good size double, the second a single or study/home office. The kitchen is a clean, contemporary, affair with fitted wall and base units along either side. The bathroom has a simple three piece white suite and tiled walls. The garden is a well looked after communal space to the rear, close to the entrance of the flat itself.The property is located in Oakfield Road, a stone's throw from Penge High Street, near Homebase, with its wide range of shops, cafes and restaurants, with both Penge East and West train and overground stations a short walk away providing fast regular services into London. EPC rating D. Council tax band C. Available now.


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