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image  Perry Rise, Forest Hill, London, SE23

image ££450,000

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image For Sale (Share of freehold)


 Two bedroom garden flat
 Ground floor
 Landscaped SE facing garden
 Large kitchen diner
 Gorgeous bathroom
 Share of freehold
 150 plus lease
 Period features
 Stunning property

Property Description

GUIDE PRICE £450,000 - £475,000

Propertyworld is proud to present this stunning two bedroom, ground floor, Edwardian flat with private rear garden. The property has been lovingly upgraded by the current owners and boasts an attractive blend of original period features with tasteful modern touches. The accommodation is bright and airy with plenty of natural light throughout. The reception room to the front is a delightful room with a beautiful feature fireplace and surround, original decorative coving and ceiling rose and large bay window that floods the room in light. There are two double bedrooms, the master with another period fireplace and generous dimensions, the second a smaller room that still can accommodate a double bedroom. The bathroom was recently refurbished and is fully tiled with a well-judged blend of period style floor tiles and clean white brick style wall tiles, spacious walk in shower and chrome heated towel rails. The kitchen diner to the rear with a utility area off it is another fabulous room with plenty of wall and base units and food preparation surfaces as well as room for a large dining room table. The South Easterly facing rear garden is the perfect tranquil oasis, partly paved and partly grass; it's a delightful space to unwind.

Further benefits include share of freehold, 150 plus years on the lease, recently fitted UPVC sash windows, renovated roof plus the original stripped wooden flooring is easily opened up should you prefer to the recently laid carpets.

Location wise the property is a short walk to the heart of Forest Hill and its station, with fast access to Central London together with a wealth of restaurants, independent cafes, shops and gastropubs. In short this is one to shortlist and view ASAP. Call Propertyworld to secure your opportunity to view.

"Perry Rise has been our home for the last four years and we settled in very quickly after moving from Harrow. Positioned within equidistance of Sydenham and Forest Hill, we love the convenience of both high streets not to mention the beautiful Mayow Park nearby which we visit for walk regularly. We love how we have made our flat into a such cosy home, and we especially love the lounge because it is a stand alone room and not open plan, so we have the sense of sanctuary in the evenings. An equally great space is the kitchen, which has a large dining space which means having friends or family over is never a problem. East Dulwich, Peckham and Lewisham are also a short car or bus journey away and we regularly go to all three areas to enjoy the cinemas, restaurants, bars, parks and café³® Our home really has felt like a gift that we will feel very sad to leave behind."

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