Bellville House, 2 bed homes
Moat is pleased to present this modern two bedroom apartment located in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
- Entrance hall
- Large open plan lounge/dining area with access to private balcony via double glazed doors
- Modern fully fitted kitchen with wall mounted and base units, and integrated appliances
- Master bedroom, floor to ceiling window units, with en-suite bathroom
- Second bedroom, floor to ceiling window units
- Fully fitted bathroom with benefit of thermostatic controlled overhead shower and screen
- Video Entry phone
- Lifts to all floors
- Communal District heating system
- Pre Wired Sky plus
- Lease date: 125 years from 18.07.2014
- EPC rating: B (84)
Please note that pets will not be permitted in apartments.
Local area information
Greenwich has a collection of independent shops, restaurants, pubs and bustling local markets which offers everything from fashion to jewellery.
Greenwich Market is overflowing with stalls and shops run by artists, designers and food producers. Greenwich Main line and DLR station is 0.2 miles from the apartment with links to Central London, and DLR links to Stratford. There is convenient access to A206 which links to the A2. The O2 arena is 2.6 miles away, accessible by both car and public transport.
Min share price from: £118,750 for a 25% share
Full price from: £475,000
Minimum deposit from: £5,938
Monthly rent from: £854
There are 2 available ranging from £118,750 for a 25% share to £125,000 for a 25% share.
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