A rare and fabulous four bedroom, two bathroom 1930s house with TWO GARDENS offered to the market by Propertyworld. This super end of terrace house is located on one of Sydenham's most popular roads, which benefits from close proximity to beautiful Mayow Park, all local amenities and shops plus Sydenham mainline station. The property has benefits from rare amounts of space having had both a side extension and loft conversion creating a versatile and practical layout - ideal for families and those working from home. The details include but are not confined to: on the ground floor - a fabulous lounge to front with stripped wooden floors, fireplace, original picture rail and large double glazed window which floods the room in light, to rear there is stunning kitchen diner with large utility room to side and direct access to one of the gardens and patio, the ground floor is completed by a second reception / office to side,. on the first floor there are THREE BEDROOMS (2 X dbs, 1 x sgl) and a well appointed family bathroom and on the top floor there is the fourth bedroom and en suite bathroom. The uniqueness of the house is further enhanced by the two gardens on offer The first is laid mainly to lawn and is accessed directly from the house. To reach the second you walk along a pathway connecting the two and there you'll find a larger plot and a little oasis which is quiet and used currently as a mini allotment.
SPACIOUS. VERSATILE. PRACTICAL. BEAUTIFUL. RARE.
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Our Vendor Loves...
'Over the last year being at home through lockdown we've really appreciated the space. The office is ideal for home working. I recently saw a great spotted woodpecker on the tree outside which was a highlight. The kitchen has been a wonderful family space with plenty of room for kitchen discos, and Mayow Park at the end of the road is the perfect quick escape for good coffee and exercise.'
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