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image  Thorne House, Roman Road, London, E2

image ££369,999

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image For Sale (Leasehold)


 Popular Locality
 Two Double Bedrooms
 Living Room with Balcony
 Fully Integrated Open-plan Kitchen
 Bathroom & Separate WC
 Local Public Transport

Property Description

Hawk & Eagle Property Consultants are pleased to present, as sole selling agents, this beautiful 2-bed ex-council authority flat.  Situated in the heart of East London's Bethnal Green area, this property is centrally located on Roman Road, near amenities and public transport. This is an ideal investment property or a first home.

The property consists of a spacious and bright separate living room with access to the balcony, a fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and 2 generous size double bedrooms. Further features are a family bathroom and a separate WC. Other benefits include secured gated entry, gas central heating and double glazing.

The property is situated ideally, with the trendy Shoreditch and bustling Brick Lane a few minutes away. A variety of local restaurants, convenience stores and supermarkets are in this vicinity. The area is both safe and tranquil, with green spaces nearby. Bethnal Green and Stepney Green tube stations are moments away.

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