- Parking: Private
- Council Tax Band: C
- Three double bedroom split-level flat
- Front living room
- Modern kitchen
- Contemporary shower room
- Own roof terrace
- Front & rear entrances
- Near Forest Hill BR station
- No onward chain
- Gas Central Heating
A spectacular THREE DOUBLE BEDROOM SPLIT-LEVEL FLAT ON THE SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS OF A VICTORIAN BUILDING in Forest Hill. The apartment is presented in immaculate condition and is both light and spacious.The lease is 121 years unexpired, service charge is approximately £1,300 p.a. and the Ground Rent is £150 p.a. rising.
Living room: To front with three windows. Ceiling coving. Wood floor.
Bedroom 1: Overlooking the rear. Ceiling coving.
Kitchen: Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, fitted floor and wall cupboards and drawers with melamine work surfaces and brushed alloy splashbacks, Logik gas hob and electric oven, extractor hood, plumbed for washing machine, space for fridge/freezer, alloy shelves and rack, Ideal gas boiler, downlighters and tiled floor.
Shower room: Large tiled shower cubicle, inset wash hand basin with mixer tap and double door cupboard underneath, W.C., heated towel rail, mirrored medicine cupboard, downlighters, small wall cupboard, tiled walls and floor.
Landing: Deep storage cupboard. Access to loft.
Bedroom 2: To front.Double door corner cupboard. Shelves.
Bedroom 3: To rear. Door to balcony. Shelf.
Balcony: West-facing with tiles and balcony rails
You are close to the fabulous Horniman Museum whose pretty gardens and grounds offer green space galore along with stunning views across London. The Museum itself has an amazing mix of eclectic anthropological delights as well as a musical instrument exhibition, an indoor wasps nest, an aquarium and a delightful cafe. For a monthly shop there is a Tesco Metro and a large Sainsbury's directly opposite the flat as well as bars, restaurants and great pubs.
Situated only a short walk from Forest Hill station this is an excellent location with fast direct links to London Bridge as well as linking in to the Overground. There are frequent trains Northbound to Highbury and Islington and Southbound 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. For those that prefer buses you can pick up the 176 (Oxford Circus), 185 (Victoria) and the 197 (Croydon) on the London Road.
A short bus journey will get you into the centre of East Dulwich where you'll find a great choice of shops and seriously good bars and restaurants offering a wide variety of cuisines as well as North Cross Road with its independent shops and eclectic Saturday market.
Council Tax Band: C = £1,549.88 (SOLE OCCUPANCY REDUCTION AVAILABLE).
London Borough of Lewisham.
EPC rating: D.