Deptford Foundry
56 Cobalt Tower
Cobalt Tower
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Dimensions
Master bedroom
3150x3050
10'4''x10'10''
Bedroom 2
2890x3405
9'6''x11'2''
Bathroom
2145x1820
7'0''x6'0''
Ensuite
1595x2200
5'3''x7'3''
Living/dining room
3650x4465
12'0''x14'8''
Balcony area
7.2
77.5
Total area
73.5 Sq M
790.9 Sq Ft

Home Floorplan

Key
C
Cupboard
HEC
Heating & Electrical
W
Fitted Wardrobe
W/D
Washer Dryer
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MINUTES WALK TO NEW CROSS STATION
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MINUTES WALK TO DEPTFORD STATION
6
MINUTES TRAIN JOURNEY TO LONDON BRIDGE STATION FROM NEW CROSS STATION
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MINUTES TRAIN JOURNEY TO LONDON ST PANCRAS INTERNATIONAL STATION FROM DEPTFORD STATION
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MINUTES WALK TO NEW CROSS STATION
10
MINUTES WALK TO DEPTFORD STATION
6
MINUTES TRAIN JOURNEY TO LONDON BRIDGE STATION FROM NEW CROSS STATION
23
MINUTES TRAIN JOURNEY TO LONDON ST PANCRAS INTERNATIONAL STATION FROM DEPTFORD STATION
Stamp Duty Calculator

OVERVIEW

This is the cost of stamp duty you will pay on a regular home purchase. This is if you are not a first time buyer and are selling your home to purchase another one.

£22,000 STAMP DUTY PAYABLE

OVERVIEW

This is the cost of stamp duty when you are a first time buyer. If you’re a first-time buyer in England or Northern Ireland, you will pay no Stamp Duty on properties worth up to £300,000. This means if you are a first-time buyer, you will save up to £5,000.

£22,000 STAMP DUTY PAYABLE

OVERVIEW

This is the cost of stamp duty when you are purchasing your second home. Buyers of additional residential properties, such as second homes and buy-to-let properties, will have to pay an extra 3% in Stamp Duty on top of current rates for each band.

£39,950 STAMP DUTY PAYABLE

OVERVIEW

This is the cost of stamp duty when you are purchasing a buy-to-let home. Buyers of additional residential properties, such as second homes and buy-to-let properties, will have to pay an extra 3% in Stamp Duty on top of current rates for each band.

£39,950 STAMP DUTY PAYABLE

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