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image  Marcus Court, London, E15

image Sold

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Sold (Leasehold)


 Tenanted - Investment Purpose
 3 Bedrooms
 Bright & Spacious Lounge
 Private balcony
 Fitted Kitchen
 Fitted Bathroom with shower
 Lease Remaining 90 years
 Service charge £900p.a.
 Access to Stratford Station

Property Description

Hawk & Eagle Property Consultants are excited to offer, as sole agents, this spacious 3-bedroom ex-local authority flat. The property is chain-free and tenanted at the current market price, making it an ideal purchase for any investor.

This property is in the Stratford Village area. This spacious property features a modern fitted kitchen, a separate spacious lounge leading out to a private balcony, and three double bedrooms. The property also features a separate bathroom with a shower and a compact W/C. This property benefits from gas central heating, UPVC double glazing, and laminate flooring downstairs.

The property falls within proximity to a variety of local amenities, including the trendy Westfield Shopping Centre with its array of boutique shops and restaurants. Plaistow tube station is within walking distance as well as the Olympic Park, which is an ideal walking space.

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