The Dulwich Team

020 3397 1144

The Honor Oak Team

020 3397 1166

Blythe Close, SE6
2 Bedroom Flat
(Under Offer)


£350,000 (OIEO)
KEY FEATURES
2 Bedroom(s)
1 Bathrooms
  • Beautifuly presented 2 double bedroom mid-century maisonette
  • Landscaped PRIVATE REAR GARDEN
  • Home office/summer house with hard wired electricity
  • Bleached wood flooring throughout
  • Double glazing throughout
  • Own entrance
  • Stylish kitchen
  • Fully tiled bathroom
  • 900+ year lease
  • Stations: Catford approx. 0.36 miles, Catford Bridge 0.42 miles, Honor Oak Park 0.57 miles
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Beautifully presented, first floor 2 double bedroom mid-century maisonette with spectacular views and a superb landscaped private rear garden. The flat benefits from tasteful decoration throughout with bleached original wood flooring, double glazing and a hard-wired summer house/home office in the rear garden.
The property is located on Blythe Close which is a quiet residential cul-de-sac close to the green open spaces of Blythe Hill Fields and Catford/Catford Bridge/Honor Oak Park stations.

The building is set back from the street by a neat front garden. Entrance to the flat is on the side of the building up a side path where there are steps leading up to the flat’s own entrance.

Immediately as you enter on the left is a stylish modern fitted kitchen, with white tiled walls, accompanied by plenty of wall and base mounted units, a low profile composite worktop housing the sink on one side and the oven and hob on the other. The boiler sits next to the window which has lovely views overlooking the garden.

The bathroom is fully tiled in white accompanied by a white bathtub with shower above and screen, a toilet and a contemporary slim line wash hand basin with vanity unit. A frosted window offers privacy, natural light and additional ventilation.

Both bedrooms are good size doubles. The bedroom at the front of the property has amazing far reaching views across the Kent countryside and the one at the back has nice views over the gardens below. Both have bleached original wooden floorboards and double-glazed windows.

The reception room is also located at the front of the property, it too shares that cracking view over Kent. The room offers generous proportions with enough space for a large sofa and a small dining table and chairs.
The property also benefits from access to a large, fully boarded and insulated loft space, perfect for additional storage.
The garden is completely private and has only just recently been completely re-landscaped by the current owners to create an oasis of tranquillity. Grey sandstone steps lead up to the gate into the garden where there is a large sandstone patio area that is fenced off either side with a border of mature plants and shrubs. Up a couple of steps made of railway sleepers is a soft lawn area surrounded by a jungle of plants. At the far end of the garden is a raised patio area that sits just in front of the summer house which has been hard wired and converted to a home office by the current owners. A perfect space for anyone working from home.

Inside the office is painted in calming light grey hues with more bleached wood floors to compliment the inside of the flat. There are dual aspect windows and large double doors that lead out to the patio, the room is well insulated and with electricity running directly to it the temperature can be controlled through the year by fans or heaters. This is an ingenious use of space that extends the use of the property.
There is an additional patio, separate from the main garden, with ample room for an additional garden shed/bike store.
The house is ideally situated transport-wise, with the nearest stations being Catford approx. 0.36 miles, Catford Bridge 0.42 miles and Honor Oak Park 0.57 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, live music and a garden playground. At the end of Blythe Hill Lane is access to the green open spaces of Blythe Hill Fields which is famous for its annual festival and spectacular views over London.