- Parking: Zone
- Council Tax Band: B
- Great Location
- Private Garden
- Open-plan living room/kitchen
- Two double bedroom flat
- Raised ground floor
- Gas Central Heating
A superb TWO DOUBLE BEDROOM FLAT ON THE RAISED GROUND FLOOR OF A CONVERTED SEMI-DETACHED VICTORIAN HOUSE in Forest Hill. The property has lovely original high ceilings and contemporary kitchen and bathroom fittings as well as its' own rear garden.
Hall: Understairs cupboard. Living area: Into bay. Fitted shelves. sofa, armchair, side tables and coffee table. Kitchen area: Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, fitted floor and wall cupboards and drawers with melamine work surfaces and tiled splashbacks, Lamona gas hob and electric oven, extractor hood, Lamona dishwasher, AEG washer/drier, integrated fridge and freezer, breakfast bar and Ideal gas boiler. Bathroom: Panelled bath with mixer tap, shower attachment and screen, pedestal wash hand basin, W.C., heated towel rail and mirrored medicine cupboard. Garden: Lawn with flower borders. Picnic bench.
Situated only a short walk from Forest Hill station this is an excellent location with fast direct links to London Bridge (4 stops) as well as linking in to the Overground. Regular trains running 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. You are also 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 in Forest Hill as well as bars, restaurants and great pubs. A short journey on a bus will get you into the centre of East Dulwich where you'll find an array of great 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.
£10 annual Grount Rent, £439.20 Annual Service Charge. 98 years remaining on lease.
EPC rating: E. Council tax band: B, Domestic rates: £1413, Tenure: Leasehold, Annual ground rent: £10, Annual service charge: £439.2, Length of lease (remaining): 97 years 11 months,