Propertyworld is delighted to present this spacious, well presented three bedroom purpose built block with private garage. This cracking apartment is incredibly light and airy with large windows in all rooms and stunning wall to ceiling glass doors in the reception room that open up to a private south facing balcony. The property comprises three bedrooms, two doubles and a single, large reception room with parquet flooring, modern bathroom and fitted kitchen, balcony and private garage in a separate block. The flat comes with a long lease of almost 140 years.
Harrogate Court is in Droitwich Close, a quiet close off Sydenham Hill. This sought after location is close to Sydenham Hill train station with a 14 minute direct service into Victoria, alongside a multitude of bus routes. Green spaces are plentiful, with Sydenham Hill Woods and Nature Reserve, Sydenham Wells Park and Crystal Palace Park all close by. The fabulous Woodhouse pub, with its pretty beer garden and to die for Sunday lunches is also a stroll away. Crystal Palace Triangle with its array of independent boutique shops, restaurants and cafés is also easily reached on foot. This really is a well priced, attractive flat that will have plenty of interest. No onward chain and vacant possession means you could be in for Christmas! Call Propertyworld on 020 8488 0011 to secure a limited viewing slot.
Our Vendor Loves...
"This is a spacious and bright home with windows in every room. The south facing aspect ensures that the house is always basking in natural light. The parquet and wooden floors are one of our favourite features about the house. Bus, train and overground transport links at our doorstep make getting around a breeze. We loved exploring the nearby Green Chain walk and the brilliant Horniman Museum which made for many wonderful memories with our little boy. We are also very lucky to have caring and friendly neighbours.
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