Guide Price: £375,000 - £390,000
Propertyworld presents a superior one bedroom, VICTORIAN , GARDEN MAISONETTE, to the Sales Market. Providing not only TWO RECEPTION ROOMS, this home also comes with OFF STREET PARKING, NO CHAIN and the ENTIRE FREEHOLD OF THE BUILDING! The location is superb, close to lots of local amenities, shops, plus the Crystal Palace Park and the Triangle are close by. The owners have completed a tasteful refurbishment with lots of thought and care, creating a warm and welcoming space. The general details of the property are as follows: PRIVATE ENTRANCE (own front door) into a generous and welcoming hallway, with plenty of integral storage cupboards. To the right sits a large lounge with neutral decor, new carpets and an almost wall-to -wall windows. A spacious bedroom is allocated further along - offered in the same excellent condition, To the middle of the property there is a second reception room, featuring an attractive feature fireplace, beautiful oak floor, bespoke recess shelving and large double glazed windows, the kitchen is new and includes a range of wall and base units, integrated appliances, oak floor, tiled splashback plus a door leading to the utility room / conservatory to rear, from there the double doors fly open into the PRIVATE REAR GARDEN, the bathroom is spacious and includes a white three piece suite and shower, tiled walls and floor. In our opinion this is a fantastic home for any first time buyer. Call Propertyworld now on 020 8659 1005 to view!
Our Vendor Loves...
"Location of the maisonette has always suited us brilliantly, with several different train lines into London all within walking distance, and the tram into Croydon then Wimbledon. Its been great having our own garden straight out of the french doors with sunshine all day. The front garden is ours too with off road parking, just what you need when you come home !!!"
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