Propertyworld is delighted to present this stunning three double bedroom, split level, Victorian flat with a fabulous 90ft private rear garden. Located in leafy Trewsbury Road, a highly sought after location, within the catchment area of the Outstanding Alexandra Junior School and within easy walking distance of both Penge East and Sydenham train and Overground stations. Occupying the top two floors of this impressive Victorian semi detached villa, and with a private ground floor entrance, the property boasts an attractive blend of traditional period features and contemporary styling. The accommodation is generous, light and airy and comprises three double bedrooms, large reception room, modern kitchen and stylish family bathroom. There is almost 1200sq feet of accommodation alongside the 90ft private rear garden. A further benefit is the very large loft, that isn't included within the stated floor space, that offers the potential to add a fourth, master suite, complete with an ensuite bathroom. The property benefits from a 108 year lease, no monthly service charges and off street parking to the front.
The property is very close to Sydenham Road with its array of independent cafes, restaurants and shops. The fabulous Dolphin pub, with its award winning landscaped garden is just minutes away as is the delightful Alexandra nurseries and newly refurbished Alexandra gasto pub. A special property for which we anticipate strong demand. Call Propertyworld on 020 8488 0011 to secure one of our limited viewing slots.
Our Vendor Loves...
'We have loved living in our home. The massive rooms and large private garden (a lockdown saviour!) are the envies of many of our friends. Winter is very cosy with our log burner and heated floor. Also, the street is really friendly and a pleasure to live on. It's very easy to go anywhere in central London from our very convenient Sydenham and Penge East stations. If you drive: the place has off-street parking too. Throw in the great parks, pubs and restaurants nearby... We will miss living here.'
EPCs tell you how energy efficient a building is and give it a rating from A (very efficient) to G (inefficient). EPCs let the person who will use the building know how costly it will be to heat and light, and what its carbon dioxide emissions are likely to be.
For more information, read here.