Propertyworld is proud to act as sole agents on this charming three bedroom mid terrace house. Located on a quiet residential road, the house enjoys a peaceful environment, but yet incredibly convenient for THREE mainline stations, Penge High Street, all local amenities and is a short stroll to the Alexandra Nurseries and the newly renovated Alexandra gastropub. Offering spacious living space, generous room sizes and beautifully proportioned accommodation - this is a fabulous house in our opinion. The details include: double reception with neutral decor, fitted carpet, double glazed windows front and back plus some period detail, a modern fitted kitchen with an extensive range of wall and base shaker style units, granite effect worktop, wooden floor, all white goods including a gas cooker, fridge and freezer, recently installed combi boiler plus door to leading to the generous WEST FACING GARDEN, plus a modern bathroom on the ground floor with three piece suite and shower. On the first floor, there are three generous bedrooms all neutrally decorated, with carpets and storage plus a large and potentially convertible loft. The house further benefits include double glazing throughout, gas central heating, a fabulous location, NO CHAIN and much more. Call Propertyworld on 0208 659 1005 to book your appointment to view but be quick.
Our Vendor loves......
"I moved into Whateley Road in 2008. It was my first house purchase and I loved the feel of the house from the minute I saw it. I managed to inherit a cat; he and I have been so happy here. Penge is a sweet little town and a welcome retreat from the hustle of central London where I work. I have been so happy living here so it was with great sadness that I had to move on.
It is bitter-sweet having to sell this house but I am sure that the next person who moves in will be as happy as I have been
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