Propertyworld presents an idyllic VICTORIAN CONVERSION, set within what is arguably one of the most sought Roads in SE20. Providing TWO BEDROOMS, this gorgeous home also offers its very OWN PRIVATE REAR GARDEN. For commuters rail stations are minutes walk away at PENGE WEST and EAST - ideal for London . The High Street shops and Crystal Palace Park are a short stroll away. Charming in every way, with lots of PERIOD FEATURES, the details include: large lounge with an OPEN FIREPLACE and fitted plantation shutters. Rustic fashioned kitchen/diner with an exposed brickwork chimney breast, much like in the lounge - with ample space for table and chairs, retro bathroom with a fitted three piece bath suit and a heated towel rail. However one of the key features is the rear garden that comes with the property - offering a decked patio and laid lawn. property comes with its very own SOLE USE GARDEN TO REAR. Leading into a quiet, residential No thru road, this property has to be viewed to be fully appreciated, so call Propertyworld on 0208 659 1005 to view.
Our Vendor loves......
"We moved to Phoenix road two years ago when we had our son and it has been our family home from the instant. The street is quiet, the neighbours are friendly and Penge is a family friendly community. The flat itself is spacious, yet cosy and very unique with the exposed brick, floorboards and high ceilings. Our son has especially enjoyed the spacious private garden, it is really quiet as it backs onto private houses and is also south facing so in the summer gets the sun until 9pm. Being situated within a minute walk to the train station has been very useful with my husband being able to get to his work in central London direct in 15 minutes and me getting to work in the city in 25 minutes. We will dearly miss this home, but it is time for another young family to enjoy it as much as we have
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