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Propertyworld is proud to present this substantial five bedroom, two bathroom, semi-detached Victorian house in Lennard Road, on the borders of Sydenham and Penge. Arranged over three floors, with almost 1850 square feet of living accommodation. It is located a stone’s throw from Alexandra recreation ground, and close to the highly rated Alexandra Junior School in Cator Road.
On the ground floor there is an impressive double reception room that is almost 28ft long with stripped wooden flooring and bay to front. Double aspect, with a glass door to the rear garden, it has an abundance of natural light. The kitchen diner beyond the reception is also generously proportioned and features a range of fully fitted shaker style cream units, and solid wooden worktop. There is a large patio door to the side and a separate window ensuring this room receives significant amounts of light throughout the day. To the rear of the property is a small utility area that any family will appreciate and a downstairs shower room with W.C.
Upstairs, on the first floor, there are three double bedrooms, the principal to the front is particularly eye catching, with all three having stripped wooden flooring. There is a family bathroom with attractive tiling and a three-piece white suite. On the second floor, you will find two further bedrooms and a third, ensuite, bathroom. The rear garden is paved, which makes for limited maintenance and is almost 45 feet long, with raised beds and mature planting to the sides.
The location means you can easily walk to a number of train stations including Penge East, New Beckenham and Sydenham. Both the high streets of Sydenham and Penge are a short walk away providing access to a broad range of excellent neighbourhood restaurants, gastropubs, and coffee shops.
This is a fine family home, with broad appeal, and we anticipate significant interest. Please contact Propertyworld to secure an opportunity to view.
"We love the spaciousness and the abundance of light throughout the house. On a cold winter evening we always enjoy sitting in our large cosy living room watching a good film on our pull-down screen.
Living in proximity to Crystal Palace park is a real treat with its fantastic weekly food market, music festivals and plenty of other community events. The neighbourhood has the feel of a village with a small friendly community yet we enjoy the immediate access to central London with Penge East station being only 3 minutes walk away!
Great local pubs, small independent cafes and a superb variety of restaurants are just around the corner."
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