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Propertyworld is pleased to offer this beautifully presented three bedroom period property to the sales market. Located on a popular residential road of similar properties in SE26, this super house is ideally positioned for all local amenities, shops, restaurants, cafes and parks plus is in the catchment for a number of good local schools. The house is spacious in our opinion, with beautifully proportioned accommodation laid out over three floors. Flooded in light and packed with period detail and charm, this is a super house in our opinion, which will generate serious interest.
The details include: on the ground floor - a double reception with bay window to front, stunning stripped wooden floors, picture rail, gas fire and two tone walls, to rear there is a recently renovated kitchen / diner with an extensive range of high gloss wall and base units, tiled floor, integrated appliances, spotlights, plus a dining space to rear with a patio door leading to the private rear garden. On the first floor there are two generous bedrooms - both beautifully presented - plus a gorgeous luxury bathroom with roll top bath, walk in shower and two piece suite. On the top floor there is a third bedroom forming part of a tasteful loft conversion. The rear garden is hard landscaped with a large shed. A family house with generous rooms, lots of light and a fabulous location. Call Propertyworld on 0208 488 0011 to see.
"We love the large open plan ground floor rooms which are ideal for a growing family. We also love the luxurious bathroom with free standing bath and underfloor heating".
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