A stunning two bedroom purpose built flat with SHARE OF FREEHOLD & PRIVATE GARAGE located in the heart of the Lawrie Park Triangle offered to the market by Propertyworld. This charming flat has been lovingly cared for by the current owners and includes a fabulous kitchen and newly renovated bathroom. Flooded in light, with generous rooms and nicely proportioned accommodation throughout, this is an exciting opportunity and a first time buyers dream. The Firs is a popular and highly desirable purpose built block on Lawrie Park Gardens - arguably Sydenham's best road - and benefits from extensive communal gardens and immaculate presentation. The property details include: stunning lounge with juliet balcony, neutral decor, bespoke handmade shelving, carpet and large double glazed window, the kitchen is recently new and fabulous with a range of wall and base white units, integrated appliances, electric oven and gas hob, there are two bedrooms - both beautifully presented and flooded in light, the master further benefits from large built in wardrobes, plus a new and stunning bathroom with walk in shower cubicle, two piece suite, ceramic walk tiles and double glazed window. Externally, there is a PRIVATE GARAGE en bloc plus extensive and beautifully maintained communal gardens. A real gem in our opinion that deserves an early appointment to view - call Propertyworld on 0208 488 0011 to be the first.
Our Vendor Loves.....
'Our flat is such a lovely light space set in spacious gardens, great for barbecues in the summer. We've even made the garage into our own woodworking shop. The neighbours are very friendly, and are more than happy to take in parcels.
This part of Sydenham has a great community feel, with some lovely pubs and restaurants. The park being 5 minutes walk is a real bonus too. We will be sad to leave The Firs after 6 years, it's been the best!
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