Woolstone Road is well known for some of its grand period buildings and its proximity to transport, highly acclaimed schools, local amenities and recreation which we’ll tell you more about below.
The flat itself is positioned in a semi detached, period, terraced building and spans over the first and second floors offering a wonderful split-level feature which is quite rare at this price point.
Having been refurbished the property would be suited to those buyers looking to carry out minimal work (if any at all) to the property they purchase.
As the property offers over 700 sq ft, some of the rooms are larger than expected in size. The lounge is approximately 18 ft and can fit a dining table and chairs as can be seen in the images.
The master bedroom is 15.6 ft and includes fitted storage units as well as access to eaves / loft storage for those all-important Christmas decoration, suitcases or other large rarely used items.
Positioned approximately half a mile to a mile from four train stations there are many London stations accessible within approximately 30 minutes. The four stations are:
Honor Oak Park
Travel times to destinations from these stations include:
London Bridge - approximately 16 minutes
Victoria - approximately 35 minutes
London St Pancras - approximately 32 minutes
London Cannon Street - approximately 30 minutes
London Charing Cross - approximately 28 minutes
Bus stops are located on the South Circular (A205) at the end of Elsinore Road. Night bus N171 runs from Tottenham Court Road through Waterloo and Elephant & Castle. Other routes nearby include the P4 from Honor Oak to Brixton.
LOCAL RECREATIONAL FACILITIES:
Some of the well-known and highly acclaimed local recreational facilities include:
The Horniman Museum and Gardens. With regular events such as a farmers market, live music and seasonal festivals to name a few.
You can read more about the Horniman museum and gardens here:
Blythe Hill Fields offers recreational facilities such as the Trim trails which is an exercise trail and local events where the residents of Honor Oak get to know each other better and enjoy the community spirit.
You may look up details about Blythe Hill Fields on their website:
One Tree Hill is another well-known local point of interest and offers some breath-taking views across London and the city skyline.
You can read more about One Tree Hill here:
Other facilities also include the recently refurbished Forest Hill pools which is a local leisure centre and Forest Hill library to name a few.
LOCAL SHOPPING EATING AND CONVENIENCES:
Local high streets include Honor Oak, Forest Hill and Catford, where you will find Tesco, Sainsbury's, your choice of boutique cafés, restaurants and trendy gastro pubs, as well as leisure centres, libraries and even the odd cocktail bar...
Some of the places nearby we know well are the award-winning Babur Indian restaurant. There's also the popular Mama Dough (Sour Dough) pizza restaurant and Le Querce - run by a Sardinian family serving traditional dishes.
The Honor Oak pub was refurbished a year or so ago, and is now a popular gastropub with a fantastic beer garden out the back.
The Signal pub in Forest Hill has undergone a £500,000 refurbishment and we really enjoy their food and drinks menu (try their hasselback potatoes...).
Fancy a reasonably priced Indian delivery with a difference? We'd recommend Spice Guru (try their black pepper and sea salt naan bread...)
If schools are on your agenda then you’ll be pleased to know a number of Ofsted rated “Outstanding” and “Good” schools are located in proximity of the property. Some of these schools are in the top 10% of Ofsted ranked schools and include:
Rathfern Primary rated "Outstanding" and in top 10% of Ofsted ranked schools
Dalmain Primary rated "Good" and in top 10% of Ofsted ranked schools
St Dunstan's College (Independent) - primary and secondary rated in top 10% of Ofsted ranked schools
Kilmorie Primary rated "Good" and in top 10% of Ofsted ranked schools