Situated on a quiet cul de sac is this charming three bedroom semi detached property. The house itself is within close proximity to local transport links and amenities. This family home would suit those looking to up size locally within the area. The ground floor offers a large lounge with a separate dining area that offers space to gather round the dining table with a picturesque view onto the garden. The kitchen is in need of modernisation but can be altered and could be a perfect space for the chef of the family show off their skills in the kitchen. The first floor offers three bedrooms all of which are of a good size. Two double bedrooms and a large single bedroom. The master offers plenty of space for wardrobes. Outside is the front and rear garden, mainly laid to lawn but offers a patio area and access to the garage. This is a fantastic family home and still offers a lot of potential to suit your needs.
Crayford is within the London Borough of Bexley, yet shares its postcode with the nearby Dartford. Crayford over years past has undergone some major redevelopments with its town centre being rejuvenated yet keeping some original charm and some newly built housing developments breathing new life into the community.
There's a huge retail outlet in addition to one of the nation’s largest Sainsbury’s. If you fancy a night out then why not consider a dog racing night. Yes, Crayford even has its own dog track which is famous across the nation.
Even travelling to London could not be any simpler. This is the last train station that just creeps into the zones being within zone 6. The 96 bus route runs straight through the middle of Crayford. One way the nearby Bluewater shopping centre and the other to Bexleyheath town centre. Some may say that Crayford is central to all things nice, and owning a home here could be like owning your very own slice of heaven.