Propertyworld presents a rare and gorgeous Victorian townhouse to the Sales Market. Situated within the heart of Penge and perfectly positioned for all local amenities and commuters with rails stations nearby at Penge East, West, Kent House and Clock House, including local buses, as well as a night bus service. Viewing is a must to appreciate the beauty of this home - ARRANGED OVER THREE FLOORS, thus offering generous sized rooms, packed with period features. Unique in layout and scope, this is, in our opinion, a sensational family home. The details include: a beautiful lounge in excess of 21ft boasting exposed stained floorboards, features fireplace and luxury frosted Sash windows. The kitchen is contemporary, yet timeless and comes with plenty of space for family meal times. Upstairs on the first floor, be the envy of your friends and family with this luxurious Victorian suite and separate shower cubicle and free standing claw footed bath. Across the hall from the bathroom sits one of the double bedrooms, both spacious and airy. The next floor up provides a further two double bedrooms. Most unique and has to be mentioned that one of the bedrooms comes with a staircase taking you up into a large loft room, giving another room for a multitude of uses - WOW! Now offered with NO ONWARD CHAIN and in good order throughout - this family home is ready for immediate residence. Additional benefits include high ceilings and a secluded patio garden to rear. To View this property call Propertyworld.
Our Vendor loves.....
"We will miss the spacious rooms, the cosy feeling in winter when you would have the fire lit in the lounge and chatting on the sofa. The local community is amazing and we will greatly miss our neighbours. There are so many parks nearby that you can take your pic on any day of the week, and the transport links can get you back into central London within the hour. We'll miss fresh bread & coffees from Penge General Store on the weekends".
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