Propertyworld is delighted to present this spacious, well presented three bedroom, two bathroom house that comes with off street parking, study, South East facing garden and separate workshop or home office. The property is located in Longton Grove, a sought after residential location in Upper Sydenham. The property is light and airy, with lots of natural light. The ground floor is an incredible space, a huge 18ft by 18ft reception room that opens to a full width conservatory that is a further 8 ft. in depth. The result is a spectacular open space that is highly versatile and can be used either as one large room or two separate receptions. The garage has also been converted to create a study, shower and utility room and separate W. C. The kitchen is fully fitted with a range of oak style wall and base units and integrated appliances. Upstairs there are three generous bedrooms and a large bathroom with corner spa bath. In the garden, there is a large workshop which can be used as a home office, that comes with a stunning green eco roof. The property also benefits from a large loft and off street parking to the front. Longton Grove is off Westwood Hill, a short walk to the heart of Sydenham, with its array of restaurants, gastropubs and independent shops. Sydenham station is close by providing excellent transport links and both Sydenham Wells Park, and Crystal Palace Park are close by and walkable. This is fabulous home and we expect considerable interest. Call Propertyworld on 020 8488 0011 to secure an appointment to view.
Our Vendor Loves...
"The stunning open plan living room with sun-bathed conservatory - it was love at first sight. We love that it's a slice of quiet, leafy heaven in London. We have lovely neighbours, beautiful parks and just a short walk to our favourite restaurants, shops and the overground.
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