Kilby Court, 2 bed homes
Moat is pleased to present to the market this well presented two bedroom duplex maisonette built around 2004, situated of a quiet pedestrianised road. The property offers bright living space with floor-to-ceiling windows, patio doors leading to a private rear terrace.
Entrance Hall with stairs leading to first floor
Large open plan lounge providing access to rear garden
Modern fitted kitchen with mixture of wall mounted and base units, integrated overn/hob with extractor hood
Ground floor cloakroom/wc
Good sized master bedroom
Second double bedroom
Modern family bathroom/wc
Rear patio garden
24 hour security and concierge service
Lease date: 125 years from 01.01.2004
EPC rating: C (73)
Local area information
Greenwich Millennium Village has an Offsted rated 'outstanding' primary school, doctors surgery and number of convenient shops. Surrounded by green open spaces, an ecology park and bordered by the river. The O2 Arena offers a large range of restuarants, bars and entertainment. North Greenwich Station is 0.7 miles away with links to Canary Wharf and other Central London destinations. Other transport links include local bus services very close by, along with Thames clipper and cable car service.
Min share price from: £196,000 for a 40% share
Full price from: £490,000
Minimum deposit from: £24,500
Monthly rent from: £471
There is only one available priced at £196,000 for a 40% share.
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