The Dulwich Team

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The Honor Oak Team

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Brockley Grove, SE4
3 Bedroom House
(Under Offer)


£800,000
KEY FEATURES
3 Bedroom(s)
1 Bathrooms
  • Beautifully presented 3 double bedroom Victorian family home
  • WEST facing private landscaped rear garden
  • Double glazed sash windows throughout
  • Double reception room
  • Stylish kitchen breakfast room
  • Family bathroom with shower above the bathtub
  • Loft storage accessibly from a pull down ladder and potential to convert subject to planning
  • Cellar via trap door in the hallway and downstairs guest toilet.
  • Close to Crofton Park station as well as Brockely and Ladywell
  • Close to a selection of great primary schools and open green spaces
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Prepared to be impressed by this beautifully presented 3 double bedroom Victorian family home, benefitting from a WEST facing private rear garden, double glazed sash windows throughout and is located in this sought-after position in the heart of SE4.

The house offers plenty of kerb appeal with its Victorian façade of exposed bricks and detailed masonry around the sash windows and doors. The house is set back from the street by a walled front garden that has slate patio on the ground and a traditional black and white tiled pathway leading to the front door that is protected by an ornate arched porch.

Upon entry is the entrance hall that houses a downstairs toilet under the Victorian staircase. Beneath the solid wood floors, under the front door, is a secret trap door that leads down to a cellar that has been dry lined, with a concrete floor, to make it a great additional storage space but was also used as a workshop by the current owner!

At the front of the house is a double reception room which runs front to back, it has high ceilings with carpeted flooring and a nice feature fireplace with built in shelving in the alcoves. The front bay window illuminates the room with natural light and at the far end of the room is a sash window looking out to the garden.

At the back of the house is a good size kitchen breakfast room that leads directly to the west facing rear garden. There are a good amount of wall and base mounted white gloss cupboards with wooden worktops and a metro tiled splashback. The oven, hob and extractor are cleverly fitted within the chimney breast utilising this space more efficiently. The sink sits neatly under a window on the opposite side of the room. The back to the kitchen has been left open to fit a dining room table and chairs next to the French doors that lead out to the garden.

The garden has been beautifully landscaped with an Indian sandstone patio closest to the house offering an ideal space for al fresco dining in the summer. Beyond this is a slightly raised artificial lawn that is bordered by mature plants and shrubs. Thanks to the Westerly facing aspect the garden catches plenty of afternoon and evening sunshine.

Upstairs on the first floor, occupying the whole width of the house is the main bedroom. This generous room has good ceilings, carpeted flooring and plenty of space for wardrobes along one side of the room. There is a large bay sash window accompanied by a further window to the side that fill this room with plenty of natural light.

Adjacent is another good size double bedroom with high ceilings, carpeted floors and a sash window looking out to the garden via the side return.

The family bathroom is clad in fashionable white metro wall tiles, positioned around the bathtub which has a shower above and is accompanied by a Victorian style toilet and wash hand basin. There are two frosted windows to allow for natural light and ventilation.

The bedroom at the far end of the house is another generous double, this room benefits from an appealing aspect over the garden below and beyond.

The house also has a huge loft space which is accessible from a pull-down ladder in the ceiling of the hallway. This is currently a great additional storage space but also holds plenty of potential to convert into more living space. (Subject to the normal consents)

The property is conveniently located for local amenities of Crofton Park as well as Brockley and Honor Oak park. There is a good selection of highly rated primary schools near by including Gordonbrock primary which is only 0.21 miles, Beecroft primary is also 0.21 miles.
Crofton Park Station is literally around the corner only 0.17 miles and marginally further to Ladywell Station (0.59 miles), between the two stations there is easy 5access to Blackfriars, Kingsross St Pancras, Charing Cross, Lewisham and Cannon St. London Bridge can be reached from Ladywell by direct trains in 9 minutes. Brockley station with its Overground connections is 0.71 miles.