Propertyworld is delighted to offer a cosy, yet with three double bedrooms, terraced house, to the sales Market.
Situated within what we would describe as a quiet, residential street of similar homes, the property is minutes walk in either direction, of both Norwood Junction and Birkbeck Rail Stations - perfect for commuters, as well as two high streets for Grocery shopping, eateries and Gastro pubs!
With great kerb appeal, this home is well presented from the moment you enter the hallway and so in a general summary the accommodation is as follows::
On the ground floor there are two separate reception rooms - one being a lovely lounge to the front, whilst to the rear sits a dining room with views to the rear garden. Further from there is a large kitchen with plenty of counter space. At the very end of the building sits a stunning bathroom W/c, providing a white three-piece suite, set against large hotel styled tiled walls and contrasting ceramic flooring, eye-catching the minute you enter.
Upstairs, on the first floor there are three bedrooms - all double in size and the potential of extending into the loft space above, subject to the usual planning consents and regulations.
Externally to front the grounds are paved for easy off road parking , whilst to the rear enjoy a patio onto lawn, with an enclosed, rear bricked wall for a quaint and tranquil setting.
Best of all this family home comes with NO ONWARD CHAIN and OFF-ROAD PARKING.
Decorated in soft neutral tones, we anticipate lots of demand for this well priced house, so call Propertyworld at your earliest convenience to view.
"As first time buyers, this house initially caught our attention due to its perfect fit for our family. Its spacious kitchen and bedrooms were appealing, with the bonus of off-street parking.
The location was ideal, nestled on a quiet residential road whilst conveniently situated between two high streets, Penge and South Norwood, with great local amenities. Transport links are plentiful with many bus routes, walkable distances to three train stations (Norwood Junction, Birkbeck, and Anerley for central London commutes) as well as a tram stop.
Catchment areas for outstanding schools were also a priority for us, and our children were able to attend our preferred choices of Stewart Fleming primary and Harris Academy Beckenham secondary."
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