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image  Stodart Road, Penge, London, SE20

image ££800,000 Guide

image 4 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Sold STC (Freehold)


 Four bedroom house
 Period property
 Stunning interior
 Flooded in light
 Fabulous garden
 Excellent location
 Semi detached
 Loft conversion
 Modern finish
 Side return extension

Property Description

Guide Price; £800,000 - £825,000
Propertyworld is proud to offer this stunning four bedroom, semi detached period beauty to the sales market. This gorgeous house has been lovingly upgraded by the current owners to create a modern high spec home, which perfectly blends period charm, such as high ceilings and generous rooms with a contemporary finish. The house is currently laid out to reflect the needs of the current occupiers but the layout of house is quintessentially Victorian with a double reception and kitchen on the ground floor, with bedrooms and bathrooms upstairs. The key elements with this fab house are versatility and practicality - ideal for lives in a post covid 21st century world. The details include: on the ground floor a double reception with neutral decor and tiled floor (currently set up as a music studio), which leads into a side return extension, the kitchen is beautiful with clean lines and a modern finish, the bespoke concrete worktop blends perfectly with the matte units and tiled floor. The rear garden is an oasis of calm having been a long term project of the owners who were looking to create a quiet and private space - they have really succeeded! On the first floor there are three bedrooms (the master is currently used as the lounge) - all beautiful and calm spaces, finished with a family bathroom that includes a three piece suite and shower. Nestled at the top of the house is a gorgeous loft conversion and fourth bedroom with extensive storage in the eves and about the rear addition. With OFF STREET PARKING, amazing natural light, beautifully proportioned accommodation and a beautiful interior, this is a special house in our opinion. Be bold and call Propertyworld now on 0208 659 1005 to book an appointment to view.

Our Vendor Loves.....
"We bought this property ten years ago and immediately set about turning a 100+ year old house into a living/working space fit for the 21st Century. Gone was the cornicing, ceiling roses and heavy, dark wood architraves to be replaced with clean lines and simple stud work framing. The overall aesthetic takes inspiration from European, Scandi and minimalist design principles with some legacy 70s retro touches thrown in to create a calm and peaceful space that's as nice to look at as it is to live in. The loft has been converted and every possible storage solution taken advantage of.
The versatility of the layout has enabled us to move and/or repurpose several spaces throughout the house to cater for our changing requirements; studios have become bedrooms, bedrooms living rooms and living rooms studios. We currently run a business from an office in what was originally the utility area and, most recently, have converted the loft bedroom to a second home office for the post-COVID era of hybrid working. The garden has been a 10 year labour of love and often leaves us feeling like we could be anywhere but SE20"

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