- Three bedrooms
- Large living room
- Sun room
- Allocated parking
- Peaceful parkside location
- New development
- Chain free
- EPC rating: B
A family home within a new Barratt Homes development, it has a large living room with bright sun room leading to the garden, a separate kitchen and downstairs WC. It also benefits from excellent views of the River Thames, a parking space directly outside, plenty of storage, and is available chain free.
The house is situated in a desirable part of the development at the top of a hill just four houses from the border fence with Franks Park. The back of the house and garden is not overlooked and is subsequently a wonderfully private and peaceful place to enjoy the sun at weekends.
Since the house was completed in February 2017, new flooring has been laid throughout the house: downstairs is silent and water resistant Karndean flooring, while on the stairs and first floor is a mixed-wool carpet. The garden and side of the house has also had a new patio.
Belvedere Station (zone 5) can be reached within a fifteen-minute walk through Franks Park, while Abbey Wood Station (in SE2 zone 4) is just a 5-minute drive away where the new Crossrail tube line will begin operating later this year, providing even faster connections to central London and beyond. A bus stop is nearby for buses to Plumstead and Woolwich rail and DLR stations.
Nuxley Village and the historic Lesnes Abbey ruins and woodland together with Bostall Heath are also closeby. Trinity School is within the immediate vicinity and rated good, while The Quarry housing development will provide a new primary school and attractive open space.
Being a new-build house, it is efficient and utility bills are very reasonable. It has an EPC rating of B and the council tax band is D.
If bought as a buy-to-let investment, the house would likely achieve a yield of over 4.5%.
There is a small charge each year to maintain the development of £208, with 50% of this paid every six months.
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