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image  Parish Lane, Penge, London, SE20

image ££650,000

image 3 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image For Sale (Freehold)


 Three Bedrooms
 Victorian Family Home
 Completely refurbished
 Stunning Kitchen
 Gorgeous bathroom
 Double glazed
 Gas central heated
 Landscaped garden
 Council Tax Band D

Property Description

Propertyworld is delighted to bring to market this beautifully presented and completely renovated, three bedroom, mid terrace Victorian home in the heart of Penge. The property has been tastefully refurbished by the current owners with love and a keen eye for detail; the results are stunning.

On the ground floor there is a huge 25 ft through lounge with a bay window to the front and a window overlooking the garden to the rear which ensures the room is bathed in natural light. There is ample space to house a dining area as well as a generous seating area to chill out. Towards the rear of the property, along the hallway, is a utility room. This was a downstairs W.C and all the plumbing and sink remain so it can very easily convert back to a W.C.

The kitchen diner at the back of the house has plenty of wow. A sleek, handless, John Lewis fitted kitchen boasts a raft of integrated appliances and a hard wearing, attractive Corian worktop. There is space for a table and chairs for casual dining, and patio doors to the rear overlooking the garden. Landscaped in 2021 by Luke Conrad (Sage Garden Design & Landscapes) the planting scheme has been chosen to provide interest all year round. It’s a true oasis and a delightful space to unwind and share with friends and family.

Upstairs there are three bedrooms, two genuine doubles and the third a large single. The bathroom is as equally impressive, featuring a roll top bath in keeping with the Victorian period and a separate walk-in shower.

The whole property has been damp proofed, the loft is boarded, has double glazing throughout, and all windows have bespoke fitted blinds.

Located in Parish Lane, the property is perfectly situated for access on foot to both Sydenham and Penge centers with their array of neighborhood restaurants, gastropubs, cafes and independent shops. Transport options are plentiful, and you can walk easily to a several stations including Penge East, Sydenham and Penge West.

•Under 5 minutes walk to Penge East station- 8 minutes to the cafes and market at Herne
Hill, 10 minutes to the bars and restaurants of Brixton, 17 minutes to London Victoria
•Alexandra pub is less than a 2 minute walk down the road- great beers and food
•Alexandra nurseries is also just down the road- great coffee, cakes, gifts & plants
•Alexandra Recreation Ground park is just across the road- children’s playground and
plenty of green space
•Penge High street has really changed on the time we’ve been here- now craft brewery,
high end food stores and a Blackbird bakery rumoured to be opening soon! Brilliant
restaurants in Friends of Flavour and El Molino within walking distance. Also every
takeaway you can imagine.
•Crystal Palace Park is a 15 minute walk away, as is Penge West station which means you
can get to Gatwick in under 40 minutes and provides links to East London on the
Overground orange line
•Sydenham is 15 minutes away, and the station here can also provide links to East London
on the Overground orange line
•You can drive or get the train out to the Kent countryside in around 25 minutes for
country walks.

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