PRICE GUIDE £675,000 - £700,000
Propertyworld is proud to present this gorgeous, three-bedroom, Victorian house which has been extended into the basement, with over 1250 square feet of living accommodation arranged over three floors. The house has been lovingly upgraded by the current owners, creating the perfect blend of period detailing and stunning contemporary touches.
Watlington Grove is a sought-after residential road, famed for its pretty frontages and strong sense of community, located just off Sydenham Road.
You enter the house into an attractive hallway with solid wooden flooring that extends into the front reception. The second reception has been opened with the kitchen to create an impressive, kitchen diner with striking floor tiles, and a sophisticated, sleek, fitted kitchen with integrated appliances. You access the landscaped South Westerly garden through the kitchen. This has been designed for minimal fuss and maximum pleasure. There is a patio area providing space to house an external dining table, the raised beds made with railway sleepers packed with matures plants and flowers add colour and interest. It’s an oasis you won’t want to leave. The bathroom, located on the ground floor, was also recently upgraded and now has a modern three piece white suite with double sink and a separate walk in shower.
Having converted the basement to add an additional floor, the house now benefits from both two extra rooms. One is used as a versatile utility room, the other is used as a cinema room and child playroom.
Upstairs on the first floor there are three bedrooms, two doubles and a large single.
Location wise it is hard to beat, just off Sydenham Road and its array of gastropubs, community restaurants, coffee shops and independent retailers. There are green spaces a plenty nearby whilst schooling is well catered for with several good local primary schools nearby.
"We love......it's a quiet cul-de-sac and great local community in our road. Closed road for street parties and fun, friendly whatsapp group. Gayly painted seaside style house front colours. Our West facing garden giving us evening sun. Watching movies in the basement cinema room. It's where we started our family and lots of neighbours are couples or already young kids. We also love all the great local primary schools and the local library. Finally we are surrounded by parks, caf鳠and lovely pubs."
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