Guide Price £450,000 - £475,000
Deceiving from first glance, this TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM EDWARDIAN MAISONETTE enjoys all the benefits of the security of being a first floor, but comes with direct access to It's very own private garden, as well as benefiting from its own private entrance. Situated within a residential, tree lined road in the heart of SE20, popular with couples and families (catchment for the OUTSTANDING Stewart Fleming school) , the location is ideal for all local amenities and is also ideally positioned for easy access into the uber trendy Crystal Palace with its array of vintage shops, restaurants and bars. This particular property provides spacious and beautifully laid out. as follows: to front there is a stunning lounge with neutral d飯r and large windows with plantation shutters and high ceilings. A gorgeous kitchen / diner has been lovingly re-fitted. Whilst to the very rear, sits a contemporary, minimalistic three piece suite, with a feature wash basin unit, including a large window for lots natural light In fact - the property has been modernised much throughout and as such all of the rooms are bright and spacious and offered in fabulous condition. There is even a Utility room, thus catering for a family, as well as a couple.
Part of the Wow factor of this home is the spiral staircase off the utility room take you out into a fantastic rear garden, which extends into nicely secluded entertaining space. A real treat!
This home also comes with a LONG LEASE TERM and is ready for immediate residence.
Due to moving cities, we will sorely miss this home. Having spent the last few years designing and renovating the property, we hope the next owners will love it as much as we have.
We have enjoyed living in this peaceful flat surrounded by greenery and beautiful parks.
It’s well situated with great amenities close by and excellent transport links. We will miss the community feel to the area which has been the perfect balance of convenience to central and the quieter side of London.
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