3 beds House

House
£300,000
Coleman Road,
DA17
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 2 Receptions

Sales Canary Wharf Office:
020 7078 0214
One Canada Square,
Canary Wharf,
London,
E14 5AA

About the property

*CASH BUYERS ONLY* Kingsley Hamilton Estates are delighted to offer this deceivingly spacious three bedroom Victorian style mid terraced house. Boasting two reception rooms, a generous ground floor family bathroom and three bedrooms on the first floor. The property is perfectly situated within walking distance of Belvedere Station.

Belvedere is a vibrant and diverse enclave within the London Borough of Bexley and has something of a village feel to it, with the centre of Upper Belvedere known locally as Nuxley Village. There’s a variety of housing styles from Victorian through to the present day as the area developed from the estate and surrounds of Sir Culling Eardley, even taking its name from the views afforded by a tower he constructed on the heath. The area has much to offer in addition to the bars, shops, restaurants and amenities of the centre with Belvedere park, Lesnes Abbey and Woods, All Saints Church, supermarkets, rich traveller history stemming from the original encampment on the marshes and illustrated by the striking ‘Gypsy Cob’ statue. There is also the industrial area on the marshes with the bold looking (RRR)Energy from waste facility. Transport links include the Zone 5 overland station, 3 stops from the DLR and one stop from the Crossrail development at Abbey Wood.

Key features

  • CASH BUYERS ONLY
  • THREE BEDROOM MID TERRACED HOUSE
  • CLOSE TO BELVEDERE STATION
  • TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
  • REAR GARDEN
  • CALL TODAY TO VIEW

Coleman Road, DA17

£300,000 | 3 bedrooms | 1 bath

*CASH BUYERS ONLY* Kingsley Hamilton Estates are delighted to offer this deceivingly spacious three bedroom Victorian style mid terraced house. Boasting two reception rooms, a generous ground floor family bathroom and three bedrooms on the first floor. The property is perfectly situated within walking distance of Belvedere Station.

Belvedere is a vibrant and diverse enclave within the London Borough of Bexley and has something of a village feel to it, with the centre of Upper Belvedere known locally as Nuxley Village. There’s a variety of housing styles from Victorian through to the present day as the area developed from the estate and surrounds of Sir Culling Eardley, even taking its name from the views afforded by a tower he constructed on the heath. The area has much to offer in addition to the bars, shops, restaurants and amenities of the centre with Belvedere park, Lesnes Abbey and Woods, All Saints Church, supermarkets, rich traveller history stemming from the original encampment on the marshes and illustrated by the striking ‘Gypsy Cob’ statue. There is also the industrial area on the marshes with the bold looking (RRR)Energy from waste facility. Transport links include the Zone 5 overland station, 3 stops from the DLR and one stop from the Crossrail development at Abbey Wood.