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  • 2 BED
  • 1 BATH

Belvedere Road, London, SE19

£450,000 Guide Price

  • Immersive 3D Virtual Tour Available
  • Share Of Freehold
  • Chain Free
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  • New Kitchen & Bathroom
  • Premier Crystal Palace Location
  • Pretty Victorian Building
  • Bright, Dual Aspect Reception
  • Close To Station, Park & Triangle
  • Space to WFH

Full property description

A stunning two-bedroom conversion flat on the first floor of a grand Victorian building on one of Crystal Palace’s most popular roads, which is within easy reach of Crystal Palace Triangle, The Park, & The station. This superbly located flat boasts a new kitchen and bathroom and is offered with a share of freehold and no onward chain.

This flat has fantastic space, which is well distributed across the flat; the showpiece is the reception room, which has a beautifully bright dual aspect; the sun tracks across the front from south to west, giving the room great light from early morning through to the late afternoon/evening; this, coupled with the three large sash windows, combine to create an impressive space. There is also good ceiling height, attractive decor, and quality wood flooring; space-wise, there’s room for a defined dining area and a large, comfy lounge space.

The kitchen is at the rear of the flat; it’s high spec and is also beautifully finished; it features a gas hob, integrated oven, tiled splashbacks, an integrated dishwasher, and has a gloss white finish that gives a premium feel and makes the space feel incredibly bright and airy. The bathroom has a similar vibe; it’s adjacent to the kitchen and has also been recently installed, a rejuvenating place to get ready as it’s so wonderfully bright; the south-facing window and white tiled walls combine to create a bright, modern space. It has a rain shower over a full-size bath and has black fittings that complement the tiles and sanitaryware really well.

The entrance hall is large and provides a really useful nook to use as an office space, it can accommodate a decent size desk for those that work from home, it also has a pretty view out over the front garden and a bright southwest-facing aspect making it a great place to work from.

The bedrooms are both double rooms, recently redecorated; they feel fresh and provide a blank canvas for the new owner to put their mark on the flat. The bigger of the two bedrooms has integrated wardrobes and the floorspace to add more storage if desired. The second bedroom overlooks the front garden and, like the aforementioned hallway, is wonderfully bright, given its southwest-facing aspect.

Location-wise, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more convenient spot. Crystal Palace Station is 0.3 mi away, or a seven-minute walk (according to Google Maps), providing direct trains to London Bridge, Victoria, and the overland takes you to Shoreditch and beyond.

0.2 mi away on Anerley Road, you have a Tesco Express for the essentials, then there’s Café Chic (a stunning Persian Café), whose falafel & halloumi wraps are our favourites, their coffee’s pretty damn good too, and their garden is the spot for an al-fresco brunch or lunch. Next door to Chic, there’s a Bob Wines, and a few other incredible places you’ll love living next door to, such as the beloved Chatsworth Bakehouse, where locals queue for Sian & Tom’s insanely good sandwiches, focaccia, brownies & pizzas, and then there’s a more recent and very welcome addition to the neighbourhood in the Crystal Palace Wine Club, an intimate but quality wine bar which is thankfully only a seven-minute walk away, which no doubt you’ll appreciate at the end of the night!

Crystal Palace Park is just next to the station (0.3 mi away from the flat), offering 200 acres of listed parkland, It is host to many music and cultural events throughout the year and is loved for its boating lake, concert bowl, national sports centre and of course, its Dinosaurs!

At the top of Belvedere Road is our much-loved “Triangle,” where you can find the best gastropubs, coffee shops, vintage furniture and clothes shops. There are even art galleries, an Everyman cinema, and, of course, the much-loved Haynes Lane food market, which is a must-visit on a Saturday for the best fresh produce. You wouldn’t ever need to leave the Triangle; it has everything, and thankfully, it’s largely independent!

·      The flat has a share of freehold with a 989-year lease.

·      The service charge is £120 a month

·      There is no ground rent.

·      The flat falls within the Bromley borough, the council tax band is C, which is £1733.07PA.


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