Propertyworld is delighted to present this great value, one bedroom ground floor flat, located within a handsome Victorian villa that comes with a small section of private outside space and a communal garden. The property is the perfect first time buy offering an opportunity to get on the ladder and add value. The accommodation comprises an open plan living room and kitchen with a range of fitted wall and base units, integrated oven, gas hob and extractor with room for washing machine and fridge. There is an attractive wooden floor throughout most of the room, and clean neutral décor adding a light, modern feel. The room is large enough to accommodate a dining area as well as sofas to relax. Large window to the side allow plenty of natural sunlight. There is a generous double bedroom and a huge bathroom with a white three-piece suite and fully tiled walls and flooring with contemporary beige stone style tiles. The property benefits from its own private entrance to the side of the building and a small private patio area that is big enough for a table and chairs. In addition, there is an attractive communal garden that is mainly laid to lawn.
Location wise its hard to beat; in the heart of the Lawrie Park Triangle, within easy walking distance of Sydenham train station and all the restaurants, gastropubs and independent shops in Sydenham as well as Penge. Crystal Palace Park is also close by should you tire of the garden and private patio.
We expect strong demand so please call Properttyworld to secure an opportunity to view.
Our Vendor Loves..
'I will leave lots of happy memories with this flat like summer drinks in the outdoor space, cosy roast dinners on winter days or going out to play tennis across the road. This flat is an easy living space and to step straight outside from the front door adds to the feeling of independence. It's very easy here for stations to pop into or commute to London, or to access greener spaces like Sydenham Woods, Beckenham Place Park or Crystal Palace Park which is just a few minutes walk away.
I'll miss record shopping in Crystal Palace, catching a few drinks at Southey Brewery down the road in Penge and enjoying coffees in Sydenham. It's been a great flat in a perfect location and I'll be sad to leave.'
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