Propertyworld is delighted to bring to market this immaculately presented, two double bedroom, two bathroom apartment, with private balcony and attractive communal garden. Built in 2018, and with all the associated new build guarantees in place, this is one of 8 flats in the building. The accommodation is bright and airy and blessed with an abundance of natural light. The living room and kitchen is open plan, and over 25ft in length ensuring there is plenty of room to accommodate a dining table and chairs as well as a designated seating area to relax. The views through the balcony doors are delightful, overlooking over a pretty communal garden with Betts Park behind. The kitchen is a sleek modern affair, with off white units, and integrated appliances including a dishwasher, oven, hob, extractor and wine cooler. There are two bedrooms, both of which are doubles, with the larger benefiting from an ensuite bathroom. The apartment comes with over 120 years left on the lease.
The communal garden is manicured, with a large lawn, bike shed and a gate at the rear leading directly to Batts Park.
Location wise you are within a short walk of both Anerley train and Overground station and Birkbeck offering fast and regular services into Central London and beyond. There is a large supermarket and small shops very close by and Penge High Street is easily walkable offering a wide range of restaurants, coffee shops and gastropubs.
In short this is a perfect first time buy, and we anticipate significant interest. Please call Propertyworld to arrange an early viewing.
When we move out of our newly built flat we will miss the beautiful balcony overlooking the communal gardens and park. It’s perfect for a quiet drink in the sun in the summer. The location is perfect, just a short walk up the hill into Crystal Palace where there are plenty of great cafes, restaurants and pubs. Or the opposite way into Beckenham which has an excellent butchers we love to go to at the weekend.
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