Propertyworld is proud to offer this rare and stunning two bedroom raised ground floor flat located on arguably Sydenham's best road. Forming part of a handsome period property, this super flat is over 990 sq ft, flooded in light, with SHARE OF FREEHOLD, packed with period detail and beautifully presented. Border Road is a quiet and highly regarded road in the heart of the the Lawrie Park Road triangle, close to Sydenham high st and mainline station and a stones throw from the outstanding Crystal Palace Park. The details include: a gorgeous lounge with stunning 13ft ceilings, open fire, stunning bay window, fitted carpet and neutral decor, to rear is possibly the biggest bedroom in SE26 - a beautiful room with stripped wooden floors, ceiling rose, picture rail, elegant bay window, neutral decor and romantic open fire, the second bedroom - though smaller - is a large double too and also beautifully presented, there is a nicely sized and well appointed kitchen and really charming bathroom with roll top bath, two piece suite and wood floors. There is a communal front garden at the front of the property including a herb garden and vegetable patch.
This is a seriously beautiful flat. This is a seriously special opportunity. An internal viewing is highly recommended. Call Propertyworld on 0208 488 0011 to view.
Our Vendor Loves...
'Having lived here for 15 years, the thing we have loved most about the flat is the immense feeling of space. Converted in the 1930s, the flat maintained its original Victorian features with 13 foot high ceilings and two working fireplaces, as well as its original stripped floorboards. The flat has an abundance of character and is very conveniently located a short walk to Sydenham High Street and an even shorter walk to Crystal Palace park. I can honestly say it's been an absolute joy living in such a friendly, green and quiet neighbourhood and, if it wasn't for a change in family circumstances, we would have happily stayed another 15 years.'
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