GUIDE PRICE £300,000 - £315,000
Propertyworld is delighted to present this beautifully presented, ground floor one bedroom flat in the ever popular Cricketers Walk, set back from Lawrie Park Road. The property comes with its own parking space, access to a communal garden to the rear, and is share of freehold with 998 years on the lease. Bright and airy, the flat benefits from an abundance of natural sunlight. Neutral d飯r and laminated flooring add to the warm, contemporary feel. The property is spacious and thoughtfully designed. There is a wide entrance hallway with generous storage, and a spacious double bedroom with a pair of fitted wardrobes. The bathroom is modern and includes a three piece white suite, over bath shower, heated towel radiator, and partly tiled walls. The reception room is a large welcoming space that is L-shaped, allowing plenty of room for separate living and dining areas. The kitchen is off the reception and boasts a range of fully fitted wall and base units, integrated electric hob and oven, with space for a dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer. The property has a video-phone entry system, and is double glazed throughout.
Cricketers Walk is a modern, attractive development set back from the road, with a leafy outlook. It is ideally located, a stone’s throw from Sydenham High Street with its wide range of excellent restaurants, gastropubs, independent shops and cafes. There are excellent transport options on the doorstep. Sydenham train and Overground station, which is less than 5 minutes walk away, provides fast and regular services into Central London and beyond via the Underground network. Penge East station is also nearby and offers quick links into London Victoria.
This is a perfect first time purchase and we anticipate high demand so please call Propertyworld to secure an opportunity to view.
"We’ve loved living here for over five years, and the flat has suited our needs perfectly. It's peaceful, spacious and easy to live in, and has excellent links into central London. Sydenham itself offers lots of shops and things to do, with beautiful parks and tree-lined avenues - it feels like a hidden gem!"
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