A recently renovated top-floor two-bedroom flat on a desirable residential road behind Gypsy Hill and within a short walk of the Triangle offered with no onward chain and a share of freehold.
This fantastically bright flat is situated on the top floor of a handsome detached period building on Victoria Crescent, which is a quiet no-through road running almost parallel to Gypsy Hill. The flat faces southeast making it incredibly bright, and it also benefits from vaulted ceilings giving it a sense of space rarely found in top-floor flats.
The living space is a large open plan space, with room for a large sofa and dining table and being open to the kitchen, it makes for a really social space, ideal when entertaining! There are French doors opening up to a Juliette balcony, and there’s also a skylight above the kitchen area, creating a beautifully bright and airy room which is made to feel even larger owing to the generous ceiling heights.
The kitchen is recently fitted and has a generous amount of worktop space as well as cupboard space. The oven and hob are integrated, and the fridge and washing machine are freestanding. The configuration of the kitchen creates a lot of worktop space but also keeps everything close to hand, ideal for those that enjoy cooking.
The bedrooms both accommodate double beds, with one being larger than the other. They both enjoy the same southeast aspect as the living space, making them wonderfully bright in the morning and both also have the same fantastic ceiling heights found elsewhere in the flat. The bathroom has a shower over a full-size bath, there are fully tiled walls and a tiled floor, overall the bathroom is well-presented and very clean.
The flat has a share of freehold with a very long lease (approx. 989 years) which will be a huge attraction to buyers, and as such there are no ground rents or service charges.
Location-wise, the flat is less than a quarter of a mile away from Gipsy Hill train station, offering a quick link to both London Victoria and London Bridge. The Triangle is a short walk away and offers an array of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and many celebrated pubs, there are also some larger chain shops and a large Sainsbury’s supermarket. The much-loved Crystal Palace Park is a short stroll away and offers 200 acres of Grade II listed grounds to enjoy, it also houses the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre with its Olympic swimming pool, a gym, squash courts and a few activities you wouldn’t find at your average gym including trampolining, beach volleyball and an on-site physio.