Propertyworld is pleased to offer this fabulous two bedroom period conversion with ALLOCATED OFF STREET PARKING, NO CHAIN & SHARE OF FREEHOLD. Located in a stunning detached building in the heart of the Lawrie Park Triangle, the flat is perfectly positioned for all local amenities, shops, restaurants and is only a short walk to beautiful Crystal Palace Park. Benefiting from generous rooms, lots of natural light and beautifully proportioned accommodation throughout, we believe the property is special and likely to attract strong interest. The details include but are not confined to: a stunning lounge to front with high ceilings, neutral decor, bay window and gorgeous oak floor, the ktichen is modern and full fitted with a range of high gloss white units, spotlights, granite worktop, double glazed window to side and combination gas boiler. there are two DOUBLE BEDROOMS and a family a family bathroom. With parking to front, communal gardens to rear, no chain and share of freehold, this is a FIRST TIME BUYERS dream, so call Propertyworld now on 0208 488 0011 to book your appointment to view.
Our Vendor Loves...
'The flat itself is large and light and visitors have always commented that it has a really nice feel about it. The neighbours are friendly and everyone seems to care about keeping the development looking good. The gardens and grounds are well-kept and having an allocated parking space at the front of the building is brilliant.
The added bonus is it's only about 5 - 10 minute walk to both Sydenham or Penge stations for trains to London or to reach local bars, cafés and restaurants and also to reach Crystal Palace Park. It's also easy to access other greener spaces like Sydenham Woods and Beckenham Place Park; the Crystal Palace Triangle is within easy reach and the Sydenham tennis club is just across the road.
It's a great flat in a perfect location.'
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