Propertyworld is proud to act as sole agents on this CHAIN FREE three bedroom end of terrace 1930s house. Located on one of Sydenham's best roads, the house is perfectly positioned for Sydenham mainline station and shops, is walkable to the centre of Forest Hill and importantly is within the catchment for the OUTSTANDING St Barts school. Offered CHAIN FREE, this charming family house combines spacious and versatile living space with generous front and back gardens plus ample opportunity to put your own stamp and personality on this house. Requiring modernisation, the details include: lounge to front with bay window, neutral decor and fabulous natural light. The back reception room has double doors opening onto a fabulous garden with large side return - great for access and kids!. On the first floor there is an exceptional master bedroom with bay window, plus a further DOUBLE bedrooms and a single bedroom. The family bathroom is fully tiled and includes white suite with shower over bath, there is a separate w/c. A truly lovely family house in our opinion, with great space, great light and located on a great road. Call Propertyworld on 0208 488 0011 to view.
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"The house has been been owned by the family since 1948 having been purchased from the original owners, Mr and Mrs Rice, who bought it from new.
We've witnessed many changes over the years although the general nature of the area has remained largely unchanged.
The location has always benefited from good access by road and rail to not only Sydenham and Forest Hill high streets but Crystal Palace, East Croydon and more recently via London Overground, Surrey Quays and NE London.
We always made use of the local parks, such as Mayow Park, Wells Park and Crystal Palace Park.
Sydenham Park Road is a quiet suburban road with easy parking and the local primary school, St Bartholomews, just around the corner has always had a good reputation.
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