Propertyworld is delighted to present this stunning four bedroom Edwardian home that has been lovingly refurbished by the current owners. With fine attention to detail the house has been carefully remodelled, seamlessly blending an array of period features with contemporary touches throughout. The results are simply breath taking. The light and welcoming entrance hall sets the tone with striking floor tiles in a hallway that leads directly through to the magnificent uber modern kitchen diner. Having been extended to the rear by 5 metres, there is ample room for an extensive range of handless modern units and central island as well as generous seating area. The dining room, is off the kitchen, but completely open creating one huge dining and entertaining space that undoubtedly is the hub of the home. Bi-fold doors provide lots of natural light and lead seamlessly into the pretty West facing rear garden. There is a utility area and downstairs W.C, ideal for a busy family, and another separate reception room to the front of the house. Blessed with period features including an impressive original fireplace this too is a standout room. On the first floor there are three bedrooms, two of which are large doubles and a gorgeous family bathroom. On the second floor you will finds the sumptuous master bedroom and en suite. At almost 400 square feet, and with stunning views over the rooftops and garden this really is the icing on the cake.
The house is perfectly located in Tannsfeld Road, a short walk into either Sydenham or Penge East train stations, providing excellent transport links into the city. The independent cafes, restaurants and several gastro pubs are minutes away too, along with green spaces, parks and excellent schools.
If you are looking for a special family home your search may well be over. Call Propertyworld on 020 8488 0011to secure one of our limited viewing slots.
Our Vendor Loves....
"We've absolutely loved transforming this property from a somewhat dated and untouched relic into a blend of period features and modern comforts. We love the original fireplaces and ceiling roses, alongside the big skylights in the extension and the modern bathroom and en-suite. Looking out into the treetops from the loft picture window, and the big views into the garden from the kitchen are some of our favourite aspects. We're going to miss our home, but know that it will be equally well loved by whoever follows on after us.
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