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image  Kinver Road, Sydenham, SE26

image ££400,000 Guide

image 1 BEDROOM
image 1 BATHROOM
image For Sale (Leasehold)


 One bedroom flat
 Period conversion
 Fabulous location
 Stunning presentation
 South facing garden
 Very spacious
 Ideal first time buy
 Private entrance
 Rare opportunity
 Council tax band is B

Property Description

GUIDE PRICE £400,000-£425,000
Propertyworld is proud to offer this stunning one bedroom period conversion flat to the market. This gorgeous property is located on one of Sydenham's most popular roads and benefits from direct access to a SOUTH FACING GARDEN. Incredibly spacious, with generous room sizes and beautifully proportioned accommodation this super property effortlessly combines sizer and style. Kinver Road is a quiet residential road yet only 400 yards from Cobbs Corner, Sydenham mainline station and shops.

The details include but are not confined to: you enter the property through its own PRIVATE ENTRANCE into a welcoming and very spacious hallway. To front there is a warm and cosy lounge, decorated in two tones, with bay window and recess shelving and views into the front garden. The bedroom is very generous and beautifully presented. It includes a large built in wardrobe, a patio door leading to the fabulous rear garden and built in utility cupboard. The kitchen is located at the rear of the property looking into the rear garden and is our favourite room. A real show stopper, the room is flooded in light and is a fabulous space to cook and dine in. With an extensive range of shaker style wall and base units, stunning oak worktop, bay window and ceramic butler sink the room manages to combine a modern and cosy feel. The bathroom is simple but stylish with walls in buttercup yellow, gorgeous floor tiles and three piece suite. The beautiful rear garden is SOUTH FACING and a real sun trap. It has a timber deck patio, mature lawn to centre and an array of established plants and bushes, including roses. An ideal first time buy, this special property must be viewed. Call Propertyworld on 0208 488 0011 to book your appointment.

"We’ve loved living in our bright and spacious flat for the last five and a half years. The rooms are large and the long hallway makes the flat feel more like a house, while the built-in storage in the pantry, cupboards and under the front stairs means we have even more space. We’ve enjoyed spending time in the south facing garden, which gets the sun all day, flooding light in through the windows and filling the whole flat. This is especially lovely in the bathroom, which we renovated a few years ago. We also love spending time in our cosy living room, which is a quiet, private and relaxing space. We are surrounded by wonderful parks like Crystal Palace and great independent shops, cafes and pubs in both Sydenham and Forest Hill, and with the overground station just four minutes’ walk away we can easily get into central London whenever we need to."

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