GUIDE PRICE £415,000 - £425,000
Propertyworld is delighted to present this stunning three bedroom, first floor, Victorian conversion flat in the heart of Penge. Situated within a handsome Victorian property, the property is blessed with incredible natural light and generous room sized throughout. Immaculately presented, this is a first time buyers dream.
One of many highlights is the impressive large open plan kitchen reception room, which is almost 17 ft by 16 ft, dual aspect and South facing, that gets flooded in light throughout the day. The kitchen is a sleek fitted off white affair, with contrasting grey worktop and integrated appliances, configured in an L shape. This opens the room up to allow for plenty of space both for a dining area and comfortable seating space. There are three bedrooms, and, unusually, all are genuine doubles. The bathroom is contemporary and fitted with a high specification integrated shower, three piece white suite, heated chrome towel rails and partly tiled walls. Neutral d飯r and wooden flooring add to the clean, modern feel of the property. There is a 115 year lease and very reasonable service charges.
Location wise, it is stone’s throw from Penge High Street with its eclectic mix of great neighbourhood restaurants, gastropubs, independent shops and cafes. Both Penge East and Penge West train stations are easily walkable offering fast and regular services into Central London and beyond via the tube network. The award-winning Crystal Palace Park is close by whilst both Beckenham and Crystal Palace centres, with their huge range of restaurants, are a short drive away.
You’ll love this flat – please call Propertyworld now to secure an early opportunity to view it.
"I have loved my time in this flat. It’s such a beautiful, light and bright space to be in. Walking into the main room in the mornings is such a joy. The bedrooms are spacious, the building is lovely, there are lots of kitchen cupboards and the water pressure is good! The local area has so much to offer and the location of this flat makes everything so easy to access. It’s a real gem of a flat and I will be sad to say goodbye."
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