£270,000 - £290,000 There's a golden rule when purchasing a property. Location, location, location. This two bedroom first floor maisonette has it all and a whole lot more. It is positioned at the end of a quiet cul de sac in arguably one of Bexleyheaths finest locations. A short stroll to Barnehurst mainline station will get you on your way to central London. Even Bexleyheath station is relatively close by. Minutes away is the shopping mall which is in Bexleyheath, so if you are not able to drive, not a problem at all because all local amenities are close by. Then there's the condition this is in. No stone has been left un turned having been refurbished over recent years, allowing the next owner the luxury of relaxing once moved in knowing all the hard work has already been done. A large lounge to relax in, two double bedrooms and a kitchen spacious enough to swing a cat in are certainly worthy of a mention. What's best of all is the lease. Even though we are yet to see proof, we believe the lease to be in excess of 900 years, giving buyers extra peace of mind that no lease extension is required. Compared to many others this is a little different as it boasts a much larger than average garden and also has a summer house/log cabin with solar panels. So whether you are a first time buyer, downsizing from a larger property or a buy to let investor this property would suit most.
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.