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image  Lewisham Way New Cross SE14, New Cross, London, SE14

image Sold

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
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 Victorian conversion
 Three double bedrooms
 Split level
 Top floor
 Excellent transport links
 Large reception/open plan kitchen
 Chain free
 EPC rating E

Property Description

Exceptionally spacious three double bedroom top floor Victorian split level conversion flat offered to the market in good condition throughout. This fantastic property is Ideally located with excellent transport links from New Cross Gate station, an array of popular bars, cafes and gastro pubs and a short walk to Goldsmith's University. Accommodation is comprised of split level entrance hall, large reception open plan to kitchen, three double bedrooms and family bathroom. This superb property offers bright, airy and spacious living. Further benefits include the owner currently extending the lease to 125 years. Chain free.

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