Propertyworld is delighted to present this stunning, four bedroom, two bathroom semi-detached family home in the heart of the Lawrie Park Triangle with NO ONWARD CHAIN. This delightful period property is beautifully presented throughout and offers bright, airy and well proportioned accommodation. The ground floor has been extended to create a wonderful open plan kitchen diner and a 31ft through reception; just two of several stand out features. There is an attractive blend of contemporary finishes with original features which runs throughout the house. On the ground floor the main reception has been opened up with a huge double window to the front and bifold doors to the rear, which ensure the room is flooded in natural light. Solid wooden flooring adds a smart, contemporary feel and fitted shelving and built in cupboards provide plenty of useful storage. There is a fabulous kitchen diner with room for a central island and kitchen table where the house has been extended. The glass roof, similarly, adds huge amounts of natural sunlight. The ground floor also has a separate shower room and W.C and a single bedroom or study. Upstairs you will find three further bedrooms, two of which are large doubles, and a well-appointed family bathroom. The rear garden is south facing with a pretty lawn and a double garage that is accessed from a private road to the rear. The garage could be adapted to a separate garden room with it's own private entrance if preferred. With this included the total floorspace is 1616 square ft. The house also boasts a huge loft that has potential to be converted.
Location wise it is hard to beat, on Lawrie Park Gardens, one of Sydenham's premier roads in the heart of the Lawrie Park triangle. Quiet with little though traffic and yet within easy walking distance of Sydenham, Crystal Palace and Penge centres, several parks and good schools.
This is a special family home and we anticipate strong demand so please call Propertyworld to secure an opportunity to view.
Our Vendor Loves...
'We love the wide, leafy avenues of the Lawrie Park Triangle coupled with it's proximity to wonderful local parks and green spaces. Transport links are excellent with a short walk to Sydenham or Penge East stations and the high street is fast becoming a great place to browse local, artisan shops. The house itself works well as a series of light, interlinked spaces. The bifold doors are priceless in summer joining up the inside and outside to make the downstairs feel huge.'
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