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Guide price £525,000 to £575,000.
The property is a mid-terraced, period style house offering approximately 750 sq ft of living space.
Offering the FREEHOLD as well as a small front garden and rear garden extending approximately 45 ft, the property is well suited to those buyers that would prefer a freehold hold vs a leasehold flat at a similar price point.
The ground floor offers a semi open plan layout and could be fitting for a buyer that wishes to build an extension on the ground floor and install bifold doors. Being a house rather than a flat, buyers may be able to build an extension under permitted development rights and not require planning consent. We ask that buyers perform their own due diligence in this regard.
The first floor offers two double bedrooms. The main bedroom is especially welcoming as it spans the width of the building, offering two front aspect windows, (one of which is a bay) and almost 16 ft in width.
The bathroom is roomy enough to accommodate a separate shower cubicle as well as a bath and has the added benefit of a generous size window which makes it feel lovely and bright. Given the rear of the house is westerly facing it ia able to brilliantly capture the afternoon and evening sun.
MORE ABOUT THE LOCATION
Forest Hill and the surrounding towns have much to offer from boutique shops, thriving independent businesses on the high street, a great selection of green spaces and recreational facilities to great transport links and highly regarded schools.
For those buyers who aren’t familiar with the Horniman museum and gardens we recommend you have a look online and visit when you are in the area.
Having a local point of interest of this calibre in your local town will appeal to many buyers. With regular events such as a farmer’s market and gardens that children adore, (sound garden and animals in particular), this will be of paramount interest to families.
You can read more about the Horniman museum and gardens via the below link:
If the above isn’t enough to tempt you, a more general view of the area will give insight into why Forest Hill has become increasingly popular in recent years and been featured on the popular TV programme “Location Location Location” several times.
DINING OUT AND RECREATION
Some of our favourite local eateries span across both Forest Hill, Honor Oak and Sydenham and include Mama Dough and Bona (sour dough pizza restaurants), Canvas and Cream (great local café serving a selection of cakes, food and drink. They also host some art exhibitions) and the award-winning Babur Indian restaurant. There's also the popular Le Querce which is run by a Sardinian family serving traditional dishes.
Alongside the Horiman, other local attractions include One Tree Hill at the top of Honor Oak Rise which offers some of the most breath-taking views across London and the city skyline. In our opinion this is a hidden gem.
You will also find nature reserves in proximity of the property on Devonshire Road and Garthorne Road.
There is a selection of walking trails locally via the highly acclaimed Sydenham Hill woods and Albion Millennium Green to name just a couple.
Mayow Park is another wonderful green space found locally and has some great facilities such as a bowling green, play area, outdoor gym, water feature, nature reserve, tennis courts, cricket pitch, café and meadow area.
You might be surprised to note there is a golf course in the local area. The ever-popular Dulwich and Sydenham golf course is an 18-hole course founded in 1894 and designed by one of the most significant course architects of all time. It has views over the woods and of Dulwich college. You may read more about the golf course here:
Forest Hill Library and pools have both undergone complete renovation in recent years. Forest Hill pools has fantastic swimming facilities but also has a well-equipped gym and exercise classes.
Blythe Hill Fields is known by the locals for its recreational facilities and regular events. One such facility is the Trim trail which is an exercise trail and we mustn’t forget the yearly Blythe Hill festival that brings local business and the community together for a day of fun.
You may look up details about Blythe Hill Fields on their website:
The property is in proximity to the following stations:
Forest Hill Station, Sydenham Station, Lower Sydenham Station Catford and Catford Bridge Station.
These stations offer some of the following travel times to key London stations:
London Bridge in approximately 15 minutes (change for Northern Line)
Canada Water in approximately 12 minutes (change for Jubilee line)
Victoria in approximately 40 minutes (Change for Victoria line)
Canary Wharf in approximately 24 minutes
Charing Cross in approximately 24 minutes
Cannon Street in approximately 26 minutes
Blackfriars in approximately 24 minutes
St Pancras in approximately 33 minutes
Below are some of the well-known schools in the vicinity of the property:
Eliot Bank Primary School - rated Outstanding by Ofsted
Watergate School - rated Outstanding by Ofsted
Kilmorie Primary School - rated Outstanding by Ofsted
St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School and Nursery - rated Outstanding by Ofsted
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