The Dulwich Team

020 3397 1144

The Honor Oak Team

020 3397 1166

Blythe Hill Lane, SE6
5 Bedroom House
(Available)


£750,000
KEY FEATURES
5 Bedroom(s)
2 Bathrooms
  • Beautifully presented 5 bedroom 1920's family home
  • Quiet cul-de-sac with a great family community and Blythe Hill Fields at the end of the street
  • Landscaped private rear garden
  • Cosy front reception room with a wood burning stove
  • Fabulous kitchen dining room
  • Utility room
  • Downstairs guest toilet
  • Family bathroom
  • Close to highly rated Ofstead primary schools
  • Close to Honor Oak Park and Catford stations
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Beautifully presented 1920’s 5-bedroom family home located on this peaceful cul-de-sac that leads directly to the green open spaces of Blythe Hill Fields – perfect for weekend family activities in the park! The house also benefits from a private rear garden, a kitchen extension at the rear, a utility room, double glazing throughout, a converted loft extension and solar PV with Feed-In-Tarrif paybacks offering great energy savings.

The house is set back from the street by a neat walled front garden, where there are plenty of mature plants, a pretty Corkscrew Willow tree and a dedicated space for bins. A couple of brick steps lead up a brick path to a handy front porch for wet shoes and brollies.

Upon entry, there is a wide hallway with lovely tiled floors and a staircase leading up, which has a storage cupboard underneath. At the far end of the hallway is a downstairs guest toilet and wash hand basin.

The front reception room offers generous proportions with high ceilings, a large square bay window that illuminate the room with natural light, wooden flooring and a cosy wood burning stove for the winter months.

At the rear of the house is the kitchen dining room which has been extended to create a lovely family, entertaining space.
As you enter through the original 20’s door, there is a nice feature fireplace with built in shelves in the alcoves, there is also wooden flooring that runs seamlessly through the whole room. A dining area sits to the left of this room with patio doors leading to the garden and the kitchen is set to the right. From above, a large skylight filters natural light into this whole area making it feel light and airy.

The kitchen has an abundance of cupboard space as the ceiling height has been fully utilised with wall mounted units. The worktop houses the oven with hob above and the sink that sits neatly under the window overlooking the garden.
Cleverly tucked away on the side of the kitchen is a pantry and utility room which hides away the washing machine, drier and all other cleaning equipment.

The garden has been neatly landscaped with a decked area closest to the house, a lawn in the centre with a borders of shrubs and plants and another raised deck at the rear next to the shed that stores the gardening equipment. There is also side access to the garden for bikes and taking out garden waste.

Upstairs on the first floor there are two bedrooms at the front of the house, the smaller of the two would make a good study or nursery, the other bedroom is a good size double and benefits from a large bay window. Both rooms are carpeted, have high ceilings and double glazing.

At the rear of the house is another generous double bedroom with carpeted floors. Double glazed windows overlook the garden and there is a nice period feature fireplace.

Adjacent is the family bathroom which has fully tiled walls and floors, a storage cupboard, a bathtub with shower attachment above accompanied by the toilet and a contemporary wash hand basin. A frosted double-glazed window allows for natural light and ventilation.

Upstairs the loft has been converted to create a further three rooms. There are two bedrooms, one at the back benefiting from the full height of the dormer with a floor to ceiling window offering nice views and plenty of light. The bedroom at the front has an ingenious Velux Cabrio balcony that opens up to reveal spectacular views.

The third room is intended to be a shower room which has been plumbed to first fix but has been left as a blank canvas for the new owners to finish off to their own taste.

For those looking for a support network, there is a fantastic diverse multi-generational community on this street, who have an email and WhatsApp group, share tools and advice, support each other with childcare and Blythe Hill fields holds its famous annual festival.

The house is ideally situated transport-wise, with the nearest stations being Honor Oak Park 0.58 miles, Catford Bridge 0.42 miles and Crofton Park 0.37 miles. It is also well positioned for a number of great primary and secondary schools. At the bottom of the Lane is the award-winning Irish pub, the Blythe Hill Tavern with pop up food stalls and live music and a garden playground and there is good high-speed broadband in the area. There is good shopping and restaurants nearby in Croton Park, Honor Oak Park and Catford. This is a great house suitable for all types of people - a must view.