Guide price £400,000 to £450,000
Noel Terrace is located off Forest Hill town centre tucked away in a mansion block style building. Whilst this location will be of great interest to buyers, the property also offers many great assets and potential to improve the aesthetics of the 1281 sq ft of living space.
The property is impressive in size given it offers more floor space than some three or four-bedroom houses.
The accommodation is flexible as it could be arranged as either four or five double bedrooms which is also a rare feature of many flats particularly at this price point in SE23.
Once inside you get a sense of the property's scale. The property is both wide and deep and with rooms to both the left and right of a central hallway. This layout is more typical of double fronted houses often priced upwards of £1,000,000 locally in Forest Hill. In our experience we believe it’s rare to see flats that offer a layout of this nature.
Evident in the images, the property would benefit from being upgraded throughout and has been priced very competitively taking this into account, however the boiler was upgraded recently.
There are period style features including a fire place and sash style windows with window surrounds that run upwards from the floor to frame the windows. We like the fact that this property has windows facing all four directions, another impressive feature of this property rarely found in flats (even some detached houses).
To truly appreciate what’s on offer and the possibilities, we recommend buyers view the property. We feel seeing the property in person will provide much greater insight than images and floor plans alone.
Positioned just off Dartmouth Road in Forest Hill town centre, Noel Terrace is approximately 0.2 miles from the train station.
Transport from Forest Hill station can take you to some of the following London stations to name only a handful:
London Bridge in approximately 17 minutes.
Shoreditch High Street in approximately 22 minutes.
Victoria station in approximately 30 minutes.
Canary Wharf in approximately 23 minutes.
The Horniman Museum and Gardens is a well-known local point of interest and can be found approximately 0.5 miles away. With regular events such as a farmer’s market, live music and seasonal festivals to name a few.
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As well as having a Sainsbury’s, Forest Hill is well served with a variety of high quality independent shops, including a renowned traditional butcher. There are also gastro pubs, a gym, cafés, delis and restaurants to name but a few of its excellent amenities.
The Sylvan Post, a well-known pub, Canvas and Cream and Stag and Bow all variously host, music events, exhibitions and craft days, and have brought to Forest Hill a cool and trendy vibe.
Off the high street you'll also find the excellent Forest Hill pools and library which has recently undergone a refurbishment.
If you ever desire a further choice of drinking and eating establishments, then the vibrancy of Dulwich can be found a walk or bus ride away.
Forest Hill is well known for some of the local schools. In particular, the highly acclaimed Eliot Bank is in proximity and is OFSTED rated “Outstanding” as well as being ranked in the top 10% of Ofsted rated schools.
There are also several OFSTED rated “Good” schools locally and Rose Mount Montessori Primary.
The ground rent and service charges amount to £1,318.15 for the current year 2018 to 2019.