A beautiful two bedroom split level conversion flat offered to the sales market by Propertyworld. Incredibly spacious, with a stunning interior and accommodation spread across two floors - this is a special property in our opinion. Flooded in natural light and located in the heart of upper Sydenham on a quiet residential road of similar properties, this beautiful property benefits from easy access to Sydenham high street, all local amenities and TWO mainline stations - providing easy access to the City, Canary Wharf and Victoria.
The accommodation is fabulous and has an outstanding lounge with an open plan kitchen as it's centre piece. Two separate rooms, this truly magnificent open plan space benefits from stunning wood floors and lots of period detail, high specification kitchen, bay window, spotlights and large dining space. Above on the first floor there are two genuine TWO DOUBLE bedrooms- one with a huge walk in wardrobe (which could be converted into an en suite bathroom), the other with a pleasing outlook to rear. The spacious bathroom is high spec and includes a three piece suite, walk in shower, two piece suite and velux window. With a lease of 120 years, low service charges and much more, a viewing is highly recommended. Call Propertyworld now on 0208 659 1005 to view.
Our Vendor Loves...
"Inside the property we have the most beautiful light throughout the entire day. The downstairs is open and sociable and the upstairs feels incredibly spacious and the eaves ceilings give it a relaxed and cosy feel. The one-way street also means we hardly ever hear passing traffic which has been great. In terms of location it is ideal, so close to 2 stations, 3 parks and the high street is thriving. We really enjoy The Greyhound Pub, Cobbs Corner Cafe, Ignition Brewery and Kirkdale Bookshop in particular
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