Stanger Road, South Norwood, London, SE25

£600,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Large three bedroom end of terrace Edwardian property, recently renovated to blend a contemporary feel with beautiful period features, this impressive family home has bright and spacious accommodation arranged over three floors and a large south-facing garden.

With the ground floor comprising of a welcoming entrance, large lounge and through dining room with French doors onto the garden, as well as a well-proportioned kitchen, with plenty of storage. The first floor provides two double bedrooms with handmade fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom with a large loft bedroom and shower room to the top floor.

Additional features of note include new electrics, new teak shutters, new period like radiators, handmade alcove shelving and wardrobes, double glazing and restored fireplaces, clever storage, and a lovely private and large south facing garden.

The house benefits from a secure, shared side access where bins/bikes can be stored.

On street parking (permit or parking meters) always available outside the house.

The house is situated in a road with friendly neighbours and a great local community spirit.

Planning permission previously granted for rear extension (basement, kitchen and first floor).

0.4 miles from Norwood Junction station and overground serving Victoria, London Bridge (12mins), City Thameslink, Blackfriars (18mins), Canada water and East London. 0.5 miles to Harrington Road tram serving Beckenham and Wimbledon. Easy access to London Gatwick.

Leisure activities can be found at South Norwood Lake and the Country Park, both of which are nearby and regarded by many as outstanding beauty spots. South Norwood has been mentioned in the media as a property hotspot and has an eclectic mix of shops and cafés including Mamma Dough, Costa and a wealth of smaller boutique hangouts, independent pubs, craft beer shops and a sushi bar. Stanley Halls provides theatre, music, dance, exercise and social clubs. Christmas fairs add to the great community vibe, as does the local monthly 'Clocktower Market'. The leisure centre has a swimming pool and fitness classes which is a three minute walk. An art gallery and massage therapy centre can be found close to the station.

The infamous Crystal Palace Park in brackets (pedalos, petting farm, National sports Centre,  Sunday market, and dinosaurs) and Crystal Palace triangle with an abundance of restaurants are close by and easily accessible.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01787 312401

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