Cumberland House, 1 bed homes
• Entrance hall
• Living/dining room with doors onto private patio area and communal gardens, open plan to kitchen
• Fitted kitchen with a range of matching wall and base units, integrated oven, hob and hood, space for washing machine and dishwasher
• Double bedroom
• Bathroom comprising of panelled bath with overhead shower attachment, low level wc and wash basin set in vanity unit
• Gas central heating
• River views
• Secure underground car parking space
• Lease date: 99 years from 1 May 2003
• EPC rating – B (79)
• CO2 emissions – C (83)
• Council tax band – B
• Pets will not be permitted in apartments
Local area information
Moat is pleased to present to the market this one bedroom upper ground floor apartment built around 2003 at Royal Artillery Quays. Woolwich Arsenal railway station is just over half a mile away with links to London Bridge, Cannon Street and Charing Cross. The DLR at Woolwich Arsenal provides excellent links to Central London and City Airport. Royal Arsenal pier is less than a mile away which serves Thames Clipper boats towards central London. Woolwich town centre is less than a mile away and has a great selection of shops, cafes/restaurants, supermarkets and leisure facilities. The property is conveniently situated for driving into London, Kent and the M25.
Min share price from: £100,000 for a 40% share
Full price from: £250,000
Minimum deposit from: £10,000
Monthly rent from: £334
There is only one available priced at £100,000 for a 40% share.
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