Sold STC

  • 4 BED
  • 2 BATH

Canterbury Grove, London, SE27

£750,000 Guide Price

  • Immersive 3D Virtual Tour Available
  • Dual Receptions
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Chain Free
  • Book Your Viewing Instantly, Online 24/7!
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Pretty Garden
  • 0.2 mi From Station
  • Stunning, Refurbished Period Home

Full property description

This spacious and beautifully designed four-bedroom, two-bath, terraced home is spread over three floors and spans almost 13000ft2. It is located on a quiet residential road convenient for West Norwood Station (which is only 0.2 mi away), and there are many fantastic amenities West Norwood High St offers, all within easy reach.   

Having recently been refurbished with much thought and considerable cost, our clients now find themselves relocating away from London and, as such, are offering the house with no onward chain.

The space is well arranged with an attractive layout on the ground floor; there are dual reception rooms at the front of the house, giving the option to have a defined dining room and also a living room if desired. The front room is super bright as it faces south and is beautifully presented with stunning stripped wooden floors, quality plantation shutters (which are great on those really hot days to reflect the sun without darkening the room), there’s a fireplace with a contemporary surround and bespoke storage built into the alcoves, which are useful for storage and allow you to style the room.

The kitchen has a great layout with a handy casual dining space that is semi-open to the kitchen, which is ideal when you have guests over or for casual meals/breakfasts.  It’s located in the extension, and there’s a glass roof, which makes for a very bright and airy room. The kitchen itself is arranged in a horseshoe configuration, which is especially useful when cooking large or intricate meals as it keeps everything close to hand and also creates an incredible amount of worktop space. All appliances are integrated, and there’s a lovely “range” cooker with five gas hobs, dual ovens and a grill.

On the first floor are two double bedrooms and a stunning bathroom. The largest bedroom is at the front of the house, which has a southern aspect, making it a wonderfully bright space from morning to afternoon. There are two large windows that exploit the aspect, too, making the room a lovely place to be in the morning. It’s also very practical, with a huge amount of integrated wardrobe space that spans the width and height of the room. The bathroom is just massive and is nicely put together; there’s a large walk-in rain shower and a freestanding roll-top bath.

The top floor has another two bedrooms and a shower room, it’s ideal for guests who will feel they have a degree of privacy and their own bathroom to use. The rear upper bedroom would also make for a good office or study as it has a pretty view over the garden. The shower room is nicely finished with a walk-in shower and turquoise tiles. The front upper bedroom has a pair of south-facing skylights, making it a beautifully bright room, and there’s also a lot of eaves storage running the width of the house.

Moving outside, the house has a very pretty garden, which feels incredibly private, as it sits perpendicular to a house on Pyrmont Grove that has no windows on its side to overlook this garden. There’s a patio immediately off the house, which is ideal for BBQ’ing and a well-manicured lawn with a shed at the end that could make way for a decent office or studio if desired. There is also a gated access at the rear that would be useful for anyone who wants to bring bikes into the garden without going through the house.

Location-wise, you are set back from the hustle & bustle of West Norwood but just a stone’s throw from some fantastic pubs, cafes and coffee shops, such as the Great North Wood, Otter & Knowles of Norwood to name a few. There’s also West Norwood Picturehouse cinema which is only 0.3 mi away and a number of chain and indie shops for food and grocery shopping.

West Norwood Station is 0.2 mi away (5 min walk according to Google Maps), giving you access to both London Bridge & Victoria. You can also be at Clapham Junction in 14 mins, Victoria in 22 mins & London Bridge takes only 32 mins, there’s also a fast train to London Bridge every half an hour or so that takes only 24 mins. Including your brief walk to the station, which is a breeze of a commute to any of those hubs! Tulse Hill Station is 0.6 mi away (or a 13 mins walk according to Google Maps) which many will find useful for Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon and also London St Pancras.

Herne Hill, Brixton, and Crystal Palace are all within very easy reach, offering a rich selection of restaurants and bars to visit. There are also some notable parks nearby, including Brockwell Park, Norwood Park (with its stunning city views), and Crystal Palace Park, which has 200 acres to enjoy.

Your viewing options:

What's nearby?

Use one of our helpful calculators

Mortgage calculator

Your approximate mortgage cost is


Stamp duty calculator

Stamp duty to pay is


Interested in this property?

Energy efficiency rating

Rating Current Potential
D 57.0 74.0