Propertyworld is pleased to present this beautiful, three bedroom 1930's family home to the sales market. Offered CHAIN FREE, this property offers all the typical charm of its era, like the feature fireplaces and layout. Located minutes walk of Penge East and Kent House mainline stations, there is plenty of local shopping amenities - all nearby too, including CATCHMENT AREA FOR ALEXANDRA PRIMARY SCHOOL. The details include: A GORGEOUS LOUNGE, to front showing off a feature fireplace, including a vintage mantle surround and mirror. To the rear sits, what we think is the hub of this home, being an open-plan kitchen to diner, providing a a range of white wall and base units, completed with contrasting worktops and splash back tiling. There is ample space for a large table - looking out through a full aspect, double glazed doors to the rear garden. Upstairs, on the first floor, there are three bedrooms, two which boasts again, those iconic feature fireplaces for show. The bathroom provides a three piece simple, yet practical in every sense, benefitting with fully tiled wall and a large frosted, thus allowing plenty of natural light, as well as a natural flow of fresh air. Outside of this great family home, there is a beautiful, tranquil garden to rear, with laid lawn and a paved patio, whilst to the front is a small enclosed garden. This home is an ideal buy for those seeking space & location but with the ability to grow into the house. We expect strong interest in this gorgeous house, so please call Propertyworld on 0208 659 1005 to book your appointment to view. Please note, that we ask that all prospective purchasers must be in a position to proceed - having either nothing to sell, or be under offer.
Our Vendor loves....
' This has a been great family home, the neighbours are great, and everything you need is so nearby. The house is really bright and airy too'
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