Propertytworld is delighted to present this gorgeous one bedroom ground floor flat in Longton Avenue, one of Sydenham's premier roads. The property is bright, and airy and benefits from huge amounts of natural light due to the significant number of large windows throughout, particular in the lounge, which is triple aspect overlooking the pretty communal gardens. The flat is very well presented and benefits from a recently fitted shaker style kitchen and modern bathroom with a three piece suite. The reception room is 15.4 x 11.2, a large welcoming space with ample room for a dining area as well as space for sofas to chill and unwind. There is high-quality laminated flooring that runs throughout much of the property lending a clean, contemporary feel, enhanced further by the neutral palette. The property also benefits from a significant amount of storage, with several large cupboards in the L shaped hallway. The views across the communal gardens are fabulous and really make this property stand out. This represents a great opportunity to get on the housing ladder and put your personal stamp on your first home. Alternatively, this is a solid rental investment with a rental yield of 5%.
The location is another big attraction, located on a pretty tree lined road, a stones throw from Sydenham Wells Park, arguably Sydenham's finest. You can walk into the centre of Sydenham to access a range of local shops, eateries, and gastro pubs in around 10 minutes. Sydenham train station is also a similar distance providing fast regular services into central London.
This is likely to attract much interest so please call Propertyworld asap to secure an opportunity to view.
Our Vendor Loves...
'We love how light and spacious the flat is and are going to miss Wells park with its tennis courts across the road, Crystal Palace park only 5 minutes walk away and Dulwich Woods nearby. The flat is in a great location with Crystal Palace Triangle, Sydenham and Penge High Streets, and Forest Hill all within 20 minutes walk giving great choice of beer gardens, micro breweries, cafés and independent shops.'
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