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Set at the back of the building the flat is approached via a pretty front garden. On entering there is a good sized open plan reception/dining room, which leads nicely into the kitchen. The kitchen offers a good range of base and wall units, as well as space for dishwasher and washing machine. There is an electric oven with hob and a stainless steel extractor hood above. A practical bathroom is also located on the ground floor, with bath with wall mounted over head shower, W.C. and wash hand basin.
On the first floor are two good double bedrooms, the master benefitting from fitted wardrobes. The property's windows are all double glazed, and with the southerly facing aspect of the front of the house, offers great lighting in the property. The property is currently let out and would be, in our opinion, a fantastic investment property or a first time buy alike.
This flat lies at the top of Earlsfield Road (East end) which runs between Trinity Road and Garratt Lane on the doorstep of Wandsworth Common. It is roughly equidistant from Clapham Junction(0.8m) and Earlsfield (0.9m) train stations. The property is ideally situated for all the shops, bars and other amenities of not only Garratt Lane and Wandsworth Town but also Northcote and Bellevue Roads which are just across the common.
The property benefits from a lawned communal area to the front, as well as off street parking for one car.
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2 Double bedrooms
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