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  • 1 BED
  • 1 BATH

Woodville Road, Thornton Heath, CR7

£275,000 In Excess of

  • New Kitchen
  • Victorian Conversion Flat
  • Immersive 3D Virtual Tour Available
  • Share Of Freehold
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  • Private Garden With Direct Access
  • 0.4mi From Thornton Heath Station

Full property description

A charming ground-floor Victorian conversion garden flat on a very quiet residential road in Thornton Heath, located 0.4 mi from the station and offered to the market with no onward chain and a share of freehold!

This charming flat ticks all the boxes! It’s well-presented and has a fantastic distribution of space, every room is very well-proportioned. The garden is completely private to this flat and has a very fortunate south-west aspect, meaning it’s bright from early afternoon through to the evening, inside there are a lot of charming original features and it has the all-important share in the freehold.

Accommodation-wise, the reception is at the front of the building, which is brimming with Victorian character; the sash windows are in fabulous condition and really exploit that south-eastern aspect, the room gets amazing light from morning through to the afternoon. The cornicing, open (working) fireplace and alcove storage create a beautifully attractive space that is also functional and the stripped wooden floors round off the room nicely, they make for an easier space to keep clean and of course, are pet friendly!

The bedroom is in the middle of the flat and has the same wooden floors found in the reception, there are attractive French doors which open onto the side return and gives access to the garden, the cornicing matches that in the reception room and there’s a wardrobe in the alcove as well as an original Victorian fireplace.

Along the hall to the rear of the flat is some useful storage and beyond that is a brand-new kitchen, which has been thoughtfully chosen with a nod to the era from which the building was built, there’s also a stunning exposed brick wall with an original back-boiler taking pride of place in the old fireplace, which is a very cool feature (although this could be easily removed to utilise the space for something else). We particularly love the period-style brass mixer tap on the sink and the blue hue of the units which are very classy. There’s a true abundance of worktop space over the three individual units and storage is plentiful too.

Beyond the kitchen is a very useful utility space which houses the boiler and washing machine, there’s also a large cupboard adjacent to the bathroom providing further storage. The bathroom has a shower over a full-size bath and whilst it is perfectly functioning and fine, it does offer an opportunity for the incoming buyer to add their style to the flat, it could also possibly be remodelled to create a larger space by incorporating the cupboard adjacent and part of the utility space.

The garden is accessed via the bedroom and also the utility space between the kitchen & bathroom. There’s an interesting conservatory-type structure attached to the flat, that can only be accessed via the garden, this could easily be a usable space in the summer months, it would make a stunning work-from-home space or a hobby, gym space and is a great place for propagating seeds if you’re the green-fingered type! The garden is also very private and doesn’t feel at all overlooked as most of the foliage is evergreen and provides great cover all year round, it also gets light from mid-afternoon and in the summer will get the sun until it sets.

Location-wise, the flat is (0.4mi/8mins) from Thornton Heath Station, with trains taking only 25 mins to Victoria and there’s also a link to London Bridge, which places the flat within a very easy commute to most places in London. This train also stops at Clapham Junction, which is a very useful hub. Crystal Palace Triangle is 1.3 mi away (or a 30 min walk), famed for its independent shops and artisan sellers, there are very few chain shops on The Triangle which is widely celebrated. There are a plethora of fab coffee shops, incredible restaurants and gastro pubs, as well as galleries yoga schools and a farmers market every Saturday.

Grangewood Park is 0.2 mi, which has a number of facilities, including a bowling club, tennis courts, basketball court, and playground, it has recently had an outdoor gym installed too. It’s been home to many social and family events over the years and is also home to many community-led projects.


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