- REFURBISHED FAMILY HOME
- SPACIOUS LOUNGE / DINER
- MODERN HIGH GLOSS KITCHEN
- LOCATED IN THE HEART OF CHALK VILLAGE
- GARDEN WITH GARAGE TO REAR
- TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- STUNNING HALLWAY
- LUXURIOUS BATHROOM
- OFF ROAD PARKING FOR SEVERAL CARS
- CALL WILLIAM CHARLES TODAY ON 01474 357979
Price : Offers in excess of £280,000
New to the market is this recently refurbished, two bedroom semi- detached family home, ideally located in the centre of Chalk Village.
Osney Way is a cul-de-sac of only 21 houses and sits right in heart of the village of Chalk. Chalk lies East of Gravesend and benefits from local shops, dentist, doctors, tea rooms, a Harvester and an active village hall. There is a regular bus service that runs through the village to both Gravesend and Rochester, while only being a short hop onto the A2 gives you access to the M2/M25 and London. From Gravesend there is a high speed train service into London in under 25 Minutes and from Ebbsfleet, Stratford is 12 minutes and St Pancras in 17
Our property has recently been refurbished by the current owner to now provide a spacious two double bedroom modern family home.
The cool grey tones continue throughout the ground floor which provides a lounge/dining room, a modern white high gloss kitchen and conservatory.
To the first floor is a luxurious bathroom and two double bedrooms, the master boasting double aspect windows.
Externally the driveway to the front provides ample off road parking, whilst at the rear there is an enclose garden with mature shrubs and trees and a garage.
Early viewing is strongly advised, so please call William Charles today on 01474 357979 to view.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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