Price £525,000 - New Instruction


  • 2 Double bedroom flat
  • Very spacious bedrooms
  • Private garden
  • Part wooden floors
  • Walking distance to transport links
  • Excellent location
  • Immaculate Presentation
  • Under floor heating in kitchen and Bathroom
  • Separate reception.
  • No onward chain

A well presented period two double bedroom garden flat, situated on the ground floor of this attractive Victorian terraced house. The two double bedrooms are well proportioned and carpeted, the flat has part wooden floors, high ceilings and is bright and airy throughout. The Master Bedroom features a bay window and high ceilings. The second bedroom again features high ceilings, and a bay window overlooking the garden. The hallway consist of hard wood flooring and leads to a separate WC. The bathroom includes bath, shower, sink and underfloor heating.
The combined lounge/diner to the rear of the property has good light from a side double window and also features hard wood flooring. There is a good sized kitchen fitted with integrated appliances and underfloor heating. On the lower level is a triple fitted window overlooking the 30 x 25 landscaped garden. There is also a wide side return which is perfect for Al Fresco Dining. This property has no onward chain and would make an ideal first time buy.

St Faiths Road is a one way street running off Norwood Road close to the junction with the South Circular. Tulse Hill station with its excellent and speedy links to the city is a short walk away, also within walking distance is Brockwell Park with its wide open spaces, famous Lido and health club.





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