3 Bedroom Terraced House
Franklin Passage, London

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£410,000
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Enviromental Impact (C02) Rating Current Potential
(92 to 100) A
(81 to 91) B
(69 to 80) C
(55 to 68) D
(39 to 54) E
(21 to 38) F
(1 to 20) G

3 Bedroom Terraced House
Franklin Passage, London

£410,000

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This charming terraced cottage is located in Franklin Passage, one of the most sort after streets on the 'hidden gem' Progress Estate. Built in 1915 for the WW1 ammunitions workers, the houses in this tree rich conservation area are based on attractive Dutch designs and have a cottage-in-the-country feel, which is not easy to find in London. 

The Progress Estate association, with regular newsletters and meetings, together with an active neighbourhood watch scheme, provide a strong feeling of a safe local community.

The house is in an extremely quiet area, free from traffic noise. 

Downstairs has a good size living room with attractive views of greenery to the front of the house, a  fireplace and original wooden flooring. The kitchen to the rear is in need of some modernisation, but would be adequate to move into and upgrade when required.The family bathroom is off the kitchen.

The garden is a very good size with a patio area just outside the back of the house, an outdoor Jacuzzi, that is included in the sale and a large lawned area.

Upstairs there is a landing with access to the spacious boarded loft area and three good-sized bedrooms.

There is scope to expand the house with relevant planning approval by going up into the large loft as well as extending out towards the back of the house.

The house is in a great location:

Local: 5 minutes walk to Tesco Express, 5 more mins walk to Co-op; good schools at all levels; several parks including Well Hall Pleasaunce (5 mins walk), Greenwich Park and Dunstan Park (10 mins drive)

•Car: 10 mins drive to Greenwich, to Blackheath, or to the O2;15 mins to leafy green Kent, 12 mins to the Blackwall Tunnel and 25 mins to Dartford Tunnel, 10 mins to North Greenwich retail park

•Train: 10-15 mins walk to Eltham station, 20 mins by train to Central London (London Bridge)

•Bus: 2 mins walk to bus stops for 122, 161, 132, 286 covering a wide area from Greenwich to Crystal Palace; from Chislehurst to Bexleyheath

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This charming terraced cottage is located in Franklin Passage, one of the most sort after streets on the 'hidden gem' Progress Estate. Built in 1915 for the WW1 ammunitions workers, the houses in this tree rich conservation area are based on attractive Dutch designs and have a cottage-in-the-country feel, which is not easy to find in London. 

The Progress Estate association, with regular newsletters and meetings, together with an active neighbourhood watch scheme, provide a strong feeling of a safe local community.

The house is in an extremely quiet area, free from traffic noise. 

Downstairs has a good size living room with attractive views of greenery to the front of the house, a  fireplace and original wooden flooring. The kitchen to the rear is in need of some modernisation, but would be adequate to move into and upgrade when required.The family bathroom is off the kitchen.

The garden is a very good size with a patio area just outside the back of the house, an outdoor Jacuzzi, that is included in the sale and a large lawned area.

Upstairs there is a landing with access to the spacious boarded loft area and three good-sized bedrooms.

There is scope to expand the house with relevant planning approval by going up into the large loft as well as extending out towards the back of the house.

The house is in a great location:

Local: 5 minutes walk to Tesco Express, 5 more mins walk to Co-op; good schools at all levels; several parks including Well Hall Pleasaunce (5 mins walk), Greenwich Park and Dunstan Park (10 mins drive)

•Car: 10 mins drive to Greenwich, to Blackheath, or to the O2;15 mins to leafy green Kent, 12 mins to the Blackwall Tunnel and 25 mins to Dartford Tunnel, 10 mins to North Greenwich retail park

•Train: 10-15 mins walk to Eltham station, 20 mins by train to Central London (London Bridge)

•Bus: 2 mins walk to bus stops for 122, 161, 132, 286 covering a wide area from Greenwich to Crystal Palace; from Chislehurst to Bexleyheath

Arrange viewing