Halifax Street, Sydenham
London, SE26

£900,000
Bedrooms:3Bathrooms:2Public Rooms:2

Overview

  • Traditional
  • Parking: Private
  • Council Tax Band: Unknown

Features

  • Beautiful Victorian end of terrace house
  • Two large double bedrooms
  • Single bedroom/ Study/ Nursery
  • Large open plan kitchen dining room
  • East facing private garden
  • Parking space at rear
  • Gas Central Heating

Description

This beautiful 1875 end of terrace freehold 3 bedroom Victorian house is located on peaceful Halifax street SE26, surrounded by charming cottages and other stylish Victorian houses. This beautiful house boasts classic Victorian original features combined with stylish modern comforts. The house has recently been redecorated throughout, new double glazing installed throughout and has a recently fitted a new Vaillant boiler and gas central heating system.

The house offers two excellent large double bedrooms, with ample storage and a sweet single room which could be used as a nursery, home office or child's bedroom. The first floor benefits from a stylish Wet room and the top floor offers a large family bathroom with plenty of natural light.
The real star of the house is the huge converted basement kitchen which sweeps around the entire ground floor of the house with loads of storage, a range cooker, built in appliances and space for a very large fridge.  The centre of the kitchen allows space for a big dining table and offers an excellent flow through to the rear garden.

Forest Hill & Sydenham BR stations are nearby with fast direct links from Forest Hill to London Bridge (4 stops ). The London Overground adds to already excellent transport links links with 8 trains per hour Northbound to Highbury and Islington and 4 trains per hour to Crystal Palace and West Croydon. Surrey Quays and Canada Water are only 5 and 6 stops away on the tube making any commute to the City a breeze.

The fabulous Horniman Museum is close by with pretty gardens and grounds that offer green space galore along with stunning views across London. The Museum itself has an amazing mix of eclectic anthropological delights and musical instruments as well as an indoor wasps nest, a cafe and an aquarium! Opposite the museum is a great park space for children with a large sandpit and climbing frames galore.

You'll find a large Sainsbury's at Forest Hill for that weekly shop along with all amenities including a number of seriously good bars and restaurants. There are numerous local shops on your doorstep and the Forest Hill Pools and Library complex close by only adds to the sense of an area very much on the up. 

For those that enjoy a walk, Dulwich Wood and golf course and Sydenham Wood (which is also a nature reserve) are close by or you can wander down to Dulwich Park and Picture Gallery in the village for Sunday lunch. Gorgeous Wells Park & Crystal Palace Park are also within walking distance

EPC rating: D. Council tax band: X, Tenure: Freehold,

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