Propertyworld is proud to present this great value, two bedroom, top floor flat with a delightful shared garden in Crystal Palace Park Road, Sydenham. With stunning views across Crystal Palace Park, share of freehold and a 900 plus year lease this property is sure to attract plenty of interest. Set within a handsome detached Victorian villa the property has bags of kerb appeal and a location to match. You can stroll across the park into the Crystal Palace triangle to enjoy its vast array of cool bars, restaurants and gastropubs, with Sydenham and Penge also easily walkable. Several train stations are within easy reach by foot too, providing fast regular service into London and beyond. The accommodation comprises two bedroom, one double, and one single (or home office/study) a spacious reception room, fully fitted kitchen and bathroom. There is also a huge loft space providing lots of storage. The shared garden to the rear is well maintained and is the perfect space to entertain friends or simply to chill out. Then again, you have arguably London's best park opposite so you are spoilt for choice when it comes to green spaces!
If you are looking for a great first time buy to put your very own stamp on then your search may just be over! Call Propertyworld to secure one of the limited viewings slots available.
Our vendor loves...
'The flat has a lovely feel to it, being on the top floor it always felt quite private and we chose it because it gets so much light. We absolutely loved being a stones throw from the park, it felt like an extension of our garden and it's got so many different spots to explore. You can easily walk to Crystal Palace triangle through the park and discover all the delicious places to eat there. It's 10 minutes walk to Sydenham and Penge West stations so getting into town is easy.'
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