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Guide Price; £325,000 - £350,000
Property World is proud to bring this sensational ground floor "New York" warehouse apartment to market. The apartment is almost 60sq meters and so much much larger than average. This stunning flat is offered to the market in fabulous condition - wood floors, high ceilings, exposed brickwork, steel girders to name just a few details. This really is modern contemporary living at its finest. Silverdale House is a well-known warehouse conversion, located literally a stone's throw from Sydenham mainline station and High St. The apartment benefits from a long lease, allocated OFF STREET PARKING space, NO CHAIN and much more.
You enter directly into a spacious entrance hallway, which sets the tone for this fabulous property. To the left is the modern bathroom with a white three piece suite and shower over bath. Ahead of you is the spacious bedroom with high ceilings, large built in wardrobes and large window to front. But it is the main living area which will really take your breath away. To the left is a modern fitted kitchen with high gloss white fronted units, wood floors, built in appliances and spotlights, to the right is a gorgeous living space with a dining area & large lounge with beautiful high ceilings, exposed brickwork, original steel girders and the wonderful wood floors. This is an amazing apartment and a very rare opportunity. Call Property World on 0208 488 0011 to view.
I loved my time in the flat and am sad to sell. I loved the warehouse vibe when I first walked in and the size of the flat itself blew me away. It's also one min from the overground and one min from Sydenham Road with all its shops, cafes and amenities. To have allocated off street parking was also a big bonus.
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