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2 Bedroom flat Fairthorn Road, SE7 £400,000

A modern, two bedroom / two bathroom apartment situated on the Charlton / Greenwich borders, ideal for a varied commute with a private balcony overlooking the Docklands and residents parking on site.

This immaculate modern home is situated within a cul de sac development built circa 2014, an excellent position for first time buyers seeking room to grow. Occupying part of the fourth floor of this modern block you benefit from privacy and far stretching views West across the City and Docklands and South towards the Charlton Slopes. A lift provides access to all floors with the communal area's benefitting from entry phone systems, a children's playpark and the added benefit of residents parking on site with ample spaces usually available on a first come first serve basis.



A long entrance hall provides access internally to all of the principle rooms, each decorated neutrally with wooden flooring in the main and carpeted bedrooms. An open plan living / kitchen / dining room occupies the South West corner, ensuring that the apartment is filled with natural light with an extensive private balcony adjacent enjoying the best views. The kitchen offers ample storage with a tiled splashback, granite work surfaces and a tiled floor with integrated appliances. Both bathrooms are equally modern with the main comprising a bath with a shower and screen over, basin and w.c whilst the ensuite is a generous shower room again with localised tiling.



For commuters Fairthorn Road is well placed for travel both in and out of town. Westcombe Park is the nearest station, just a few minutes stroll via the foot tunnel/bridge between Fairthorn Road and Westcombe Hill. Charlton station is in the opposite direction sharing the same line despite having the added benefit of faster trains and the 'Blackheath loop' via Lewisham for DLR. Westcombe Park and Charlton stations both connect to London Bridge, Cannon Street, Charing Cross and Waterloo East. For travel into Canary Wharf there are a few options, DLR via Greenwich (two stops on the overground line) or Lewisham (via the Blackheath/Lewisham loop), North Greenwich Jubilee line in neighbouring O2 arena (one stop into Canary Wharf) and frequent Thames Clipper services from the pier adjacent to the Cutty Sark. Crossrail within the Royal Arsenal (two stops from Charlton) will eventually open up the West End and City for a quicker commute. By road Fairthorn runs adjacent to Woolwich Road with the A2 (A102 Blackwall Tunnell approach), A20 and South Circular all within a close vicinity.



This immediate area has become highly sought after due to its variety of schools, parks and community hubs. For families and couples with children in mind, there are a wide range of state and private schools including Invicta, Sherington, Fossdene, Millennium and Pointers. Charlton boasts one of the greenest parts of one of London's greenest boroughs, to name a few local parkland includes Greenwich Pleasance, Greenwich Park, Charlton Park, Maryon Park and Maryon Wilson with its Deer and wildlife sanctuary.



Mycenae House, a little further from Westcombe Park station is a popular community hub and a vast range of activities, protected Woodland and a Steiner school whereas Charlton House often houses community fairs, afternoon tea and historic tours. Neighbouring Charlton Village also houses a range of independent shops and The White Swan, a hidden gem of a public house and the Old Cottage Cafe within Charlton Park. Blackheath Village and Greenwich are famed for their vibrant nightlife as well as a vast array of restaurants to suit most tastes. Local shopping can be found at the end of the road with an extensive retail park between Woolwich Road and Bugsby Way, recent additions include a large scale M&S, Sainsburys, Costa Coffee, Frankie and Bennys and Ikea.



We do anticipate a high level of interest so please don't hesitate to enquire at the earliest opportunity, our phone lines are open from 8:00 - 22:00 seven days a week.

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