Propertyworld is pleased to offer this fabulous three bedroom mid terrace 1930s house with large rear garden, OFF STREET PARKING and GARAGE to the sales market. Located on a popular road of similar properties, the house is ideally located for Lower Sydenham mainline station, lots of local amenities and within the catchment for the outstanding Haseltine Primary School. This charming family house benefits from spacious accommodation, generous room sizes and beautifully proportioned accommodation. Having been a much loved family home for a number of years, the house has been well cared for and offered to the market, in our opinion, in excellent order. The details include: spacious knocked through double reception room that is flooded in natural light, with neutral decor, fitted carpet, bay window to front and wall-to-wall sliding patio doors to garden, a modern fitted galley style kitchen with a range of crisp white units, tiled walls, integrated oven and gas hob, door direct to garden. On the first floor there are three bedrooms (2 x dbs, 1 sgl) including built in wardrobes plus family bathroom with white three piece suite, to rear there is a wonderful 75ft garden with patio and extensive lawn plus large garage to rear. The house further benefits from OFF STREET PARKING to front, double glazing and convertible loft (subject to obtaining the correct permission). A wonderful family house ready to make a wonderful family home. Call Propertyworld on 0208 659 1005 to view.
Our Vendor loves.........
"This has been an amazing family home for the last 23 years. The kitchen is a fantastic size and has served us well over the years. The kids have all grown up now, but still have fond memories of the big garden. The local primary schools are great for children and I am sure this home will be great home for any family as it has been for us
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