Westwood Park, Forest Hill
London, SE23

£1,000,000
Bedrooms:4Bathrooms:2Public Rooms:2

Overview

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

Features

  • Beautiful 1930's house
  • Four bedrooms
  • Semi detatched
  • Large rear garden
  • Two car driveway
  • Freehold & chain free
  • Gas Central Heating

Description

This stunning four bedroom 1930's semi detached house is a family home full of charm! Located on peaceful Westwood Park, just a stones throw from The Horniman Gardens, this house boasts 4 good sized bedrooms, two large and lovingly designed reception rooms that lead out to the huge garden and a big family kitchen with dining space.

The house also offers two large bathrooms upstairs, a downstairs cloakroom and ample storage throughout. The stylish natural wooden flooring welcomes you into the home and flows through to the double reception room with dual aspect natural light flooding in from the large bay window on one side and the patio doors to the garden opposite. The ground floor also includes a large family kitchen to plenty of storage, a beautiful granite work top and space for a dining table located just by the additional rear garden doors.

Tucked away on the ground floor is a modern W/C, garage for extra storage as well as a bonus converted converted basement room which could be used as a play room, games room, office space, gym or extra storage room!
The extra large rear garden provides a tranquil escape from London life split over three separate levels with plenty of grass space and a paved upper level for seating and dining. 

Upstairs to the east is the smaller bedroom and a one of the beautiful bathrooms and a small space currently being used as a home office. Upstairs to the west are three more good sized bedrooms and another lovely bathroom.

Located in popular Forest Hill this house is a fantastic place to live! Home 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. There is a large Sainsbury's nearby as well as bars, restaurants and great pubs. Pop along to the Signal pub where you can listen to live music or watch stand up comedy or take a short stroll to the Dartmouth Arms renowned as one of the best gastropubs in London. The refurbished Forest Hill Pools and Library only add 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.

The property is very well served by transport. Forest Hill station is close with fast direct links 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. For those that prefer buses there are numerous routes close by which travel direct into Central London including the 176 to Oxford Circus, the 122 to Lewisham, 197 to Croydon and the 185 to Victoria.

 

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

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