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image  Troutbeck Road New Cross SE14, New Cross, London, SE14

image ££550,000

image 2 BEDROOMS
image Sold


 1920's Conversion flat
 Two bedrooms
 Two bathroom
 Private section of garden
 Separate fitted kitchen
 Extended dining area
 Excellent transport links
 EPC rating C

Property Description

Absolutely stunning two bedroom two bathroom 1920's conversion flat located in this popular residential road within a few minutes walk to New Cross Gate station with excellent transport links to London Bridge, Canada water and the East London line, an abundance of popular bars, cafes, restaurants and Telegraph hill parks. This bright and exceptionally spacious property has been refurbished to a high standard throughout by the current owner with accommodation comprised of Large entrance hall, reception open planned to extended dining area, fitted kitchen, double bedroom, second double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and large family shower room. To the rear is a well maintained private section of garden with a newly refurbished patio and roof.

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