Price Guide £495,000 -£505,000
Propertyworld presents a spacious family home, to the sales market. Situated within what we consider a quiet residential cul-de-sac, yet in the heart of Penge with access to the bustling High street for shops and eateries. There is 3 TRAIN STATIONS 0.4 OF A MILE AWAY, AVAILABLE AT PENGE WEST, PENGE EAST and KENT HOUSE - not forgetting localise and for London busses! Deceptively spacious, this property provides three generously sized bedrooms, as well as a large lounge to rear, overlooking the full width of the garden. The details include: large gardens to both front and rear, a supersized fitted kitchen/diner to front with an extensive range of wall and base units, oven, hob, extractor fan, tiled floor plus ample space for table and chairs. A fabulously spacious lounge stretching across the entire rear of the house, with wood floors and a full aspect of the garden. Up On the first floor, find three bedrooms with the single bedroom bigger than you would usually expect, plus a family bathroom including three piece suite and shower, plus large loft and incredible amounts of storage. Additional benefits include: double glazing, freehold tenure, gas central heating and RESIDENTS PARKING. In our opinion - viewing essential!
I have lived in my home for nearly 50 years having moved in with my late husband when the property was first built.
We raised our children here and I am lucky that my daughter also chose to buy on this close, we are now all relocating to be near family.
I have seen a lot of changes in the years I have lived in Penge and have seen the area grow into the vibrant, family-orientated space it is today.
I will miss the people that live here, some of whom like me have lived in the close since the very beginning.
I know anyone who moves to the close will love it as much as I have done all these years.
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