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Propertyworld is delighted to present this stunning two bedroom flat with private balcony.
The property is offered in exceptional condition throughout. The accommodation is incredibly bright and airy with natural light a real feature throughout, it's clean neutral lines only add to the cool, contemporary feel.
The large modern refurbished kitchen will take your breath away, a classy choice of wall, floor units and integrated appliances. The real standout feature is the almost floor to ceiling, and full width balcony glass windows and door opening to the private balcony. There you will find plenty of space to sit, unwind and enjoy the views across the leafy surrounds of Forest Hill. It really is something! There are 2 generous double bedrooms and a three piece bathroom. The property also boasts plenty of storage and recently installed (approx. last 2-3 years) double glazing throughout. There is also plenty of free parking.
The location is ideal, in a quiet road nestled between Sydenham Hill and Forest Hill. Access to both Forest Hill and Sydenham Hill train station is a breeze ensuring fast regular services to Victoria, London Bridge and the Underground network. The cool bars, gastropubs and independent shops of Forest Hill are close by as are a number of green spaces and the wonderful Horniman Museum. This must be viewed!
"What’s not to love? Only moving due to the family, and Lego collection, growing, we love everything about this flat. From the location (close to the Horniman Gardens, Sydenham woods and FH centre), the neighbours and friends we have made round here (surely we live in the friendliest area in London) to the flat itself, already aptly described by Property World.
If we were buying as a couple again we would choose this flat every time."
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