We've sold a handful of this particular developer's flats throughout 2023 and they're rarely easy owing to the complexities in their leases and the lack of cooperation from the freeholder, nonetheless, we got this one agreed at the asking price within a week and helped our seller and buyer navigate the slightly stressful conveyancing process pretty smoothly! This flat was actually empty which doesn't make for the most attractive property advert, so we "virtually staged" the photos to help sell the lifestyle element of this stunning flat and also help buyers visualise the space better, it is all about perspective, after all!
A beautifully presented two-bedroom warehouse-style apartment with a long lease in central Crystal Palace, located just off the Triangle and offered to the market chain free!
This beautiful home has just benefitted from a complete redecoration, it has a truly stunning interior with a distinctly industrial vibe and a living space that has a very cool open-plan layout, great for those who like to entertain! But, if you’ve no chance of appearing on Master Chef anytime soon, you have a rich selection of restaurants and some of the best gastro pubs south of the river on your actual doorstep, as this home really is in the heart of Crystal Palace’s Triangle.
As you enter the flat, you’re greeted by that stunning open-plan living space; there’s a feature wall with exposed brickwork and industrial-style ducting that screams warehouse vibe! The stunning wood floors run throughout the flat, which is a nice touch and makes it easier to keep the flat clean, allergen-free, and of course it’s pet-friendly!
The windows in the living space face west, so the afternoon and evening sun floods in, creating a beautifully warm space. There are high-quality plantation shutters and a view towards Wembley Stadium. The kitchen is made of quality hardwood and has an impressive range cooker (think of the Christmas dinners!) with the all-important gas hob and there’s also a charming butler sink.
The bedrooms are very cool spaces; the master has a view towards the Crystal Palace transmission tower, with huge windows that face east, of course meaning the room is flooded with light in the morning. The second bedroom has a glass wall that looks out onto the living space/kitchen, this space would make a fantastic office/study or occasional guest bedroom.
The bathroom is beautifully finished, with a free-standing roll-top bath and rain shower overhead; it’s reminiscent of a boutique hotel suite, the walls and floor tiles look fantastic and finish off the space really well, as does the signature exposed brickwork which gives the bathroom real character.
The flat has… …a lease in the region of 116 years …a service charge of approx. £1965 PA …a ground rent of £375
When it comes to the local scene, Crystal Palace Triangle is renowned for its eclectic mix of pubs, restaurants, and cafes. Just a stone’s throw away, you’ll find an array of culinary delights to satisfy every craving. Indulge in mouth-watering international cuisine at the neighbourhood’s trendy eateries, or unwind with a pint at one of the area’s popular pubs, known for their lively atmospheres and craft beer selections. For brunch enthusiasts, the local cafes offer a plethora of options, serving up delicious dishes that will render your kitchen unused!
In addition to its vibrant food and beverage scene, Crystal Palace Triangle also boasts an array of boutique shops, independent stores, and charming local markets, where you can discover unique treasures and support local artisans. The nearby Crystal Palace Park offers a tranquil escape from city life with its picturesque landscapes, iconic dinosaurs, and serene lakes, there’s 200 acres to enjoy, and steeped in history, it was one of London’s great parks.
Transport links are excellent, with Crystal Palace station just a short stroll away (0.4 mi away, and downhill!), providing easy access to London Bridge, Victoria and the overground taking you to Shoreditch, Dalston, Haggerston & Highbury. Gipsy Hill Station is also a mere 0.5 mi away (again, downhill), giving direct access to London Bridge, Victoria & also Beckenham Junction.
Please note, some of the photos in this advert are “virtually staged”, meaning we have digitally added furniture to help you visualise the space easily.