A stunning CHAIN FREE three bedroom house located on the outskirts of Crystal Palace offered for sale by Propertyworld. This charming house is spacious in our opinion, with nicely proportioned accommodation, generous room sizes and is flooded in natural light. An ideal family home benefiting from close proximity to TWO MAINLINE stations, Crystal Palace Park, the "Triangle" itself and lots and lots of local amenities. The details include: on the ground floor the accommodation is made up of a stunning kitchen / diner with a range of shaker style white wall and base units, ceramic tiled splashback, beautiful range cooker, ample storage space, large double glazed window to front and dining space to rear, the lounge is the full width of the property with double glazed patio doors leading to the private rear garden, the room is finished in neutral tones with a high quality wood floor, on the first floor there are THREE bedrooms - 2 x dbs, 1 sgl - with built in wardrobes, neutral decor and fitted carpet plus a beautiful (in our opinion) family bathroom with three piece white bathroom suite, shower, tiled walls and floor. The house further benefits from: a large loft, incredible storage, FREEHOLD tenure, gas central heating, double glazing and a wonderfully quiet yet convenient location. A must see in our opinion, so please call Propertyworld on 0208 659 1005 to book your appointment.
I have loved living this home as it has been a great place for entertaining friends and family. With quick access to the Crystal Palace park and the Triangle it was a great place to meet friends. The train connections are great for getting into London for work and socialising. I love sitting in the garden in the summer with a glass of wine as it is a tranquil space and not overlooked.
The house was refurbished in 2018 with a new kitchen, bathroom, cloakroom, flooring and redecoration throughout.
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