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  • 2 BED
  • 2 BATH

Church Road, London, SE19

£500,000 Guide Price

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  • Two Bathrooms
  • Share Of Freehold
  • Chain Free
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  • High Ceilings
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Off Street Parking
  • High Quality Finish

Full property description

A stunning two-bedroom, two-bath conversion flat on the first floor of a grand Victorian building located near Crystal Palace Triangle. Finished to an incredibly high standard, this super flat is offered with a share of freehold, off-street parking and no onward chain.

This flat has fantastic space, which is well distributed across the flat; there’s no compromising on space in any of the rooms. The showpiece is the reception room, which has a beautifully bright aspect; the sun tracks across the front from east to south, giving the room great light from sunrise through to the early afternoon; this, coupled with the large sash windows, combines to create an impressive space. It also has mega ceiling height, attractive period cornicing and quality wood floor. There’s space for a defined dining area and the most enormous sofa you could desire, and when the mood calls for it, you can cosy up in front of the gas fire.

The kitchen is adjacent to the reception and is beautifully finished; it’s another good-sized space with high ceilings and the same aspect as the reception room. It’s finished to a superb standard and has a luxury finish; there are acres of quartz worktops, a flexible-spray pull-out tap, and all the appliances are integrated, including the oven, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge freezer & wine fridge. There’s also a split hob, half of which is gas and the other half is induction, giving great versatility and flexibility when cooking. For casual meals, breakfasts, or guests keeping the chef company, there’s a useful breakfast bar with room for a couple of stools, and there’s underfloor heating, which is a lovely touch that will be appreciated first thing when making your morning coffee.

The bedrooms are both at the rear of the flat and have pretty views over the neighbouring gardens; both are double rooms, which is a rarity in a conversion flat. The second bedroom would make a lovely room for guests or a lodger as it is a chunky room and is next to the shower room. The shower room is beautifully finished; it has a walk-in shower with a square rain shower head and a useful additional shower head. There’s receded mood lighting in the ceiling, and the walls are fully tiled, which gives the space a luxury hotel vibe and underfloor heating makes it cosy and ensures it dries out easily.

The primary bedroom is a great size and has the same ceiling height as the reception; there’s an integrated L-shaped wardrobe in one corner and plenty of space to add more storage if desired. This room has a luxury en-suite, which is a pretty special place. It boasts underfloor heating, a walk-in shower, a freestanding stone bath, an anti-mist mirror, and high-end tiles on the walls and floor. It truly is a luxury space, and like the rest of the flat, it has been done recently and still feels new.

Location-wise, the flat is ideally located within close proximity to Crystal Palace’s vibrant Triangle, which offers an array of trendy cafes, great coffee shops, commendable restaurants, boutiques, galleries, and vintage furniture shops. At the opposite end of Church Road is an Everyman Cinema and a yoga school.

There’s a solid local community around the triangle and a distinctly arty & creative vibe, reflected in the local businesses; most are independent, which locals are rightfully proud of. An example is the Haynes Lane market, which operates on Saturdays. It offers the best fresh produce, including cheese, bread, meats, and vegetarian options, and it is well worth the short stroll on a Saturday morning!

Crystal Palace is, of course, renowned for its leafy streets and green spaces, including the stunning Crystal Palace Park, which provides an idyllic setting for outdoor activities and strolls; it spans 200 acres, which will help you while away the weekends and offers plenty of space to exercise, not to mention the renowned Grade II listed Crystal Palace Dinosaurs which date back to the 1850s. Westow Park is just down the road, as is Stambourne Woods, a hidden gem of natural tranquillity, so that’s over 210 acres of outdoor space to enjoy on your doorstep!

The flat has excellent transport links, including Crystal Palace Overground station and Gipsy Hill stations, which are both 0.8 mi away or an approximate 15-minute walk, according to Google Maps. This makes the commute into central London easy; there are direct links to London Bridge, Victoria, Shoreditch, and beyond. Nearby is also the SL6 express bus, which runs non-stop from West Norwood to Waterloo and terminates in Russell Square, providing another easy option into central London.

For those wanting to venture further afield, Crystal Palace offers easy access to Dulwich, Brixton, and Clapham, which offer more options for restaurants and nights out.

·      The flat has a share of freehold with a 995-year lease.

·      The service charge is £100 a month

·      There is no ground rent.

·      The flat falls within the Croydon borough, and the council tax band is C, which is £2,103.91 PA.

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