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Propertyworld presents a stunning four bedroom, two bathroom, Victorian home, situated in the heart of Penge. Beautifully presented and bursting with character and original period features, the accommodation provides over 1500 square feet, arranged over four floors and includes a West facing rear garden - flooding this wonderful home in natural light.
On the ground floor you enter into an attractive hallway with stripped wooden flooring. The main reception room to the front of the property boasts stripped wooden floors, a beautiful original period fireplace and large bay window. There is a useful utility room next to the front reception and an additional guest W.C. A spacious kitchen/diner sits to the to the very rear of the building and is the real hub of the home, with striking modern cream units, contrast with solid wooden worktops, and feature radiator to give the room an attractive contemporary feel. Large patio doors flood the room in light and open to a well presented West facing garden. On the first floor is a large double bedroom, again with an original fireplace and a stunning family bathroom. Complete with walk- in separate shower, slipper bath and another original fireplace it is the perfect space to unwind and soothe the stress of a hard day. On the second floor you will find two further bedrooms, another double and large single and on the third floor is the fourth bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Double aspect with Juliette balcony you are treated to stunning views and bags of light. Green Lane is located in the heart of Penge with a range of restaurants, including the award winning Friends of Flavours Italian on your doorstep, caf鳬 independent shops and supermarkets. Transport wise you have a number of train stations close by including Penge West, Penge East both easily walkable with fast services to Victoria and London Bridge as well as access to the Overground network, a number of bus routes
After deciding to move up North to be closer to family, we are sad to leave the house that became our home in Penge.
We instantly fell in love with the character of the property; the Victorian period features, high ceilings, original fireplaces, light and spacious rooms and not to forget the massive bathroom.
Our new garden was a great place to host barbecues in the summer.
We love how everything was just a stone throw away; the high street for your local amenities, Penge General and Alexandra nurseries for your coffee fix, Crystal Palace Park for a daily walk and their Sunday food market and Penge East and Kent House Overground stations for a 20 minute commute into London Victoria or London Bridge.
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