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image  Thornton Avenue, Croydon, London, CR0

image ££450,000

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image For Sale


 Three bedroom house
 Modernization required
 Two reception rooms
 Period features
 Spacious rear garden
 Family home
 Investment opportunity
 Must be viewed

Property Description

Propertyworld is pleased to offer this 1930s mid terrace house with NO CHAIN to the market. Requiring some internal modernisation, the house is spacious, with generous room sizes and beautifully proportioned accommodation throughout. Ideal for families the house offers the opportunity to put your own stamp onto the property and to add value. Thornton Avenue is a pleasant road of similar properties, well served by local amenities and shops.
The house is in its original layout and the details includes: on the ground floor there are two separate reception rooms and a galley style fitted kitchen with a patio door leading to the garden. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom, plus a large convertible loft above (subject to obtaining the correct permissions and certification).
The property is FREEHOLD and CHAIN FREE.

"The house is ripe for someone putting their own stamp on it and making it their own. It has big rooms and lots of light."

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