GUIDE PRICE £1,150,000 TO £1,200,000
Propertyworld is proud to present this stunning four bedroom, two reception, semi detached Edwardian house on Princethorpe Road, in the heart of the Thorpes Conservation area, in Upper Sydenham. The house has been lovingly enhanced and upgraded by the current owners, with impressive attention to detail, forethought, and care. An array of period features and detailing are evident throughout the property, subtly combined, where appropriate, with the latest contemporary design. The results are impressive and must be seen to be fully appreciated. Period fireplaces, original panelled walls, stained glass windows, cast iron radiators (sourced from the Canadian High Commission) cornicing and ceiling roses are just some of the period features this house boasts.
The entrance hallway sets the tone. A room in itself, with original panelled walls, period fireplace surround, solid oak flooring, stunning stained glass windows and a sweeping staircase to the first floor. Off the hallway there are two generous reception rooms packed with fine detailing and original features. Both rooms have solid oak flooring, picture rails and decorative ceiling. The main reception has a reclaimed cast iron fire surround, DEFRA approved multi fuel stove and bespoke entertainment cabinet. The second reception, the "garden room", has an original fireplace with gorgeous views, and access to, the incredible south facing landscaped garden designed by an RHS award winning landscape designer, with stunning water features, pergoda, cedar wood decking and patio.
The kitchen diner with new bifold doors was completely refurbished in 2021, with contemporary handless units, quartz worktops and accompanying waterfall sides and integrated Bosch appliances including gas hob, fan assisted electric oven, combination microwave/oven and dishwasher. On the first floor are four bedrooms, three generous doubles with period fireplaces and new carpets, the fourth a large single or small double, perfect as a home office. The bathroom was refurbished in 2020 and features a new three piece suite, separate walk in shower, underfloor heating and integrated lit mirror with Bluetooth music system.
Princethoprpe Road is arguably the best road on the Thorpes conservation area. Quiet, with little through traffic, it is perfectly positioned for the award winning Mayow Park, Sydenham High street with it's range of quality neighbourhood restaurants, fine gastropubs, independent shops and caf鳠and several high performing primary Schools. Sydenham train and Overground station provides fast and regular services into Central London and beyond via the tube network. This is a rare opportunity to purchase an impressive, beautifully presented, fine family home with a prestigious address. Without question this will attract significant interest. Please contact Propertyworld to reserve an opportunity to see for yourself.
"We fell in love with No.22 as soon as we saw it, its beautiful stained glass windows, cornicing and fireplaces. We have lovingly restored its original features and sympathetically updated it, with a lovely modern bathroom, kitchen and wonderful tranquil garden. No 22 has been such a happy home with many wonderful memories with neighbours, friends and family."
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