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Guide price £575,000 to £650,000
This is a 1930’s style terraced house with a rear entrance garage and off street parking for two cars, in an area sought after due to highly acclaimed schools.
The property offers tasteful features internally which includes, stripped wooden floor boards, a stripped wooden 1930’s style entrance door, stained glass windows in the entrance hall, grand fireplaces due to the large wooden surrounds in both the lounge and dining room as well as a bay window to the master bedroom.
Whilst the images do a great job of describing the property there are a few key considerations that buyers will note be aware of from the images these include:
• Double glazing installed to both the front and rear of the house approximately 2 years ago which is fensa certified
• Vaillant condensing boiler approximately 6 years old which serviced annually as part of a boiler insurance policy
• Custom blinds fitted to external windows
Upon entering the house, you first notice the entrance porch which is integral to the house and a practical place to store shoes etc.
The reception room is an especially pleasant living space due to the size of the window in this room which you’ll note from the images and 360 degree images, spans the width of the living room allowing natural light to flood this room.
The dining room benefits from double patio doors (leading to the rear garden of over 80 ft) that have window panels around them allowing light to enter the room. There is another door to the garden from the kitchen.
The property offers potential to build a rear extension or into the loft space subject to any permissions required. Buyers will note from the images that the houses on either side of this property have both extended to the rear and one has extended into the loft.
Many houses along the road have been extended into the loft and to the rear. Loft extensions can allow for a double bedroom and an en-suite or two bedrooms allowing the foot print of the house to be increased significantly.
The house offers over 1000 sq ft of living space with two reception rooms providing flexibility of the living space. As an example, some buyers might use one of the reception rooms as a fourth bedroom which is especially appealing to anyone who is considering the future rental potential of the house.
There is much more to this property that can only be appreciated upon viewing, however the images do a fantastic job of showing you what’s on offer. Please also see our 360-degree images to give you more insight into what the property offers.
Kilmorie and Rathfern schools which are both ofsted rated "Outstanding" and independent St Dunstan's College (3 - 18 years of age) are three out of several very well-regarded ofsted rated schools locally.
Local recreation, transport and eating out
For those buyers who don’t know the area so well here is a summary of some of the local schools, transport and recreation found locally.
Four train stations are located approximately 0.6 to 0.9 miles from the property and offer some of the following travel times to central London stations:
London Bridge in approximately 15 minutes
Shoreditch in approximately 22 minutes
Victoria in approximately 25 minutes
Charing Cross in approximately 22 minutes
St Pancras in approximately 32 minutes
Canary Wharf in approximately 32 minutes
Blackfriars in approximately 22 minutes
Bus routes are available from the south circular which is at the end of the road. For late night travellers, night bus N171 runs from Tottenham Court Road through Waterloo, Elephant & Castle and stops along the south circular.
Locally, there are numerous points of interest and some of the most popular include:
The Horniman Museum and Gardens with regular events such as a farmer’s market, live music and seasonal festivals to name a few.
You can read more about the Horniman museum and gardens here:
Blythe Hill Fields is also located in to local area and offers recreational facilities such as the "Trim trails" which is an exercise trail. It also hosts local events where the residents of SE23 and SE6 get to know each other better and enjoy the community spirit. You may look up details about Blythe Hill Fields on their website:
Some of the eateries nearby we know well are the award-winning Babur Indian restaurant. There's also the popular Mama Dough (Sour Dough) pizza restaurant and Le Querce - run by a Sardinian family serving traditional dishes.
The Honor Oak pub (approximately .05 miles way) was refurbished a year or so ago and is now a popular gastropub with a beer garden out the back.
Additional conveniences include the nhs doctors' surgery on the corner of St German's Road (located off the south circular), with a handy chemist located next door and a post office on the south circular.
Local high streets include Honor Oak, Forest Hill and Catford, where you will find Sainsbury's, Tesco, your choice of boutique cafés, restaurants and trendy gastro pubs, as well as leisure centres, libraries and even the odd cocktail bar...
In addition to Forest Hill and Honor Oak town centres, you could also use Catford town centre which is approximately 0.5 miles away. If you wanted to explore a greater selection of shops, eateries and social activity there are travel connections to the adjoining towns of Lewisham and Bromley both of which have shopping complexes and high streets with many well-known brand names, shops and restaurants.
Please contact Hunters on to arrange your viewing.