Guide Price; £275,000 - £290,000
Propertyworld is pleased to offer this beautifully presented one bedroom period conversion flat to the sales market. Benefiting from NO ONWARD CHAIN & SHARE OF FREEHOLD, this gem of a flat has been lovingly upgraded by the current owners and is an ideal first time buy. Located with an impressive Victorian semi detached in the heart of Upper Sydenham, the flat is nicely positioned for all local amenities, shops, restaurants and transport links. The flat also provides easy access into uber trendy Crystal Palace.
The details include: a fabulous lounge with neutral decor, bay window to front and a stunning oak floor, to side is a simply decorated and comfortable double bedroom, the kitchen includes an extensive range of wall and base units, integrated oven and hob, stainless steel sink and splashback, the bathroom is fully tiled with a three piece suite and shower. The property benefits from decent storage options as well SHARE OF FREEHOLD and NO CHAIN. Ready to occupy immediately and a first time buyers dream, we are expecting lots of interest. To avoid disappointment, call Propertyworld on 0208 488 0011 now.
"That the property is in the perfect location with it just a short walk to Crystal Palace Park and town where we love spending time eating, going to the bars, chilling in the park and going to the weekly food market. There is so many amazing green spaces on our doorstep but the journey to London is only 18 minutes away with direct routes to London Bridge, Shoreditch and Clapham to name just a few. What we really love about our home is the tall celling's, beautiful double glazed windows that let in lots of light and there is so much space including a bonus room that we have used as a wardrobe but can also be used a small office! We have had the added luxury of being able to sit outside on a lovely sunny day having our breakfast or mini BBQs. We absolutely love the flat during those colder winter months too where it feels so cosy".
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