£425,000 - £450,000 Tucked away at the end of a cul de sac is this charming three bedroom refurbished semi detached family home. The property is being sold with no forward chain and would suit those in a position able to proceed. Barnehurst train station is a short walk away allowing those who need to commute easy access into London within approximately forty five minutes. The property is ideally situated for local corner shops. Schools are also close by for those moving into the area looking for good schooling. The ground floor offers two separate reception rooms. There is a spacious dining area which is bright and airy. The lounge is of good size and has also been subject like the rest of the property to a refurbishment programme with grey modern flooring continued throughout the ground floor and a redecoration throughout. The ground floor has a large kitchen, also refurbished, and in keeping with the ground floor. A ground floor w/c is just off the hallway. To the first floor new carpets have been laid in each of the three bedrooms, and all of which are of a good size. The master bedroom benefits from an en suite shower room. A family bathroom is just off the landing. Outside the garden is mainly laid to lawn, and there is a small patio area to gather with friends and family. There is off street parking and a garage to the front of the property.
Barnehurst is a town within the London borough of Bexley. It lies North East of the nearby Bexleyheath. In Barnehurst you will find a train station which has great transport links to London and easy access to the M25 and A2.
A key landmark next door to the train station is the famous 'Red Barn' pub, which not only serves a well-deserved drink, but a mouth-watering meal to accompany it with.
As a whole the Bexley borough is renowned for its wonderful array of schools. Lots to choose from whether it is primary or secondary education needed. All with proven results and many with 'Ofsted' outstanding.
There are also many sporting facilities ranging from children’s football clubs to gymnasiums, to Barnehurst's very own golf course which is open to the public.