The Dulwich Team

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The Honor Oak Team

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Bovill Road , SE23
3 Bedroom House
(Unavailable)


£725,000 (OIEO)
KEY FEATURES
3 Bedroom(s)
2 Bathrooms
  • Beautifully presented 3 bedroom Victorian half house
  • Offing plenty of character and charm
  • Front reception room
  • Dining room leading to the garden
  • Fully fitted kitchen
  • Beautifully landscaped rear garden surrounded by mature plants and shrubs
  • Two bathrooms, both stylishly fitted
  • Converted loft space to create a large bedroom
  • Close to a selection of highly rated primary schools and green open spaces
  • Close to Honor Oak Park Station (London Bridge and Overground)
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

LAUNCHING SATURDAY 19TH JUNE. Beautifully styled 3 bedroom Victorian half house, refurbished to a high standard throughout with plenty of period features, located on this very popular, quiet residential street close to Honor Oak Park station.

The house has a fashionable dark blue/grey façade, complimented by detailed white masonry around the sash windows and arched front doorway. The property is set back from the street protected by a walled front garden that shields it from the street.

Upon entry, the ground floor has a front reception room which retains many period features such as high ceilings with cornicing, original exposed wooden floorboards, a feature fireplace and a square bay with sash windows, furnished with plantation shutters.

The original timber flooring runs seamlessly through the entrance hall and into the dining room at the rear. The staircase leads upward from here and there is also a handy storage cupboard under the stairs that houses the utility meters. The dining area has a patio door at the back that offers direct access to the garden.

The kitchen is located off the dining area and has been fitted with plenty of white wall and base mounted units on either side of the room, with a white metro tiled splash back and a solid wood worktop. On one side of the room there is a 4-ring gas range cooker with an extractor above, on the opposite side of the room is a butler sink with mixer tap that sits neatly under the window looking out to the garden. Underfoot are black slate floor tiles.

The charming garden has been beautifully landscaped to create a nice low maintenance space. There is a grey tiled pathway surrounded by slate shingle closest to the house. The pathway leads to a decked area at the back which is perfect for al fresco dining. The whole garden is bordered by horizontal slatted fencing and raised planters that are full of mature plants and shrubs.
There is also a good size garden shed that has electricity connected and where the current vendors keep their dryer.

Upstairs on the first floor is a family bathroom which has been decorated in fashionable white metro tiles surrounding the bath with shower above. There is a contemporary style wash hand basin with vanity unit, a toilet and a heated towel rail.

There are two bedrooms on this floor, the larger double occupies the whole front width of the house, it offers has high ceilings, a feature fireplace and two sash windows in a square bay that is furnished with plantation shutters.

The other bedroom is at the back of the house overlooking the garden. This is a very interesting room as its divided into two areas, a raised area as you enter and a lower area for sleeping. Both of these areas have windows looking out the garden and are furnished with shutters. The room is well set up for a child’s bedroom, as its currently being used, but it could also make a good study. It also has the added benefit of extra loft storage above the lower level.

Upstairs the loft has been cleverly converted to maximise space. There is a large double bedroom which has skylights at the front of the house and a window to the rear offering plenty of natural light.

The luxurious family bathroom has been elegantly fitted, sympathetic to the Victorian style of the house. There is a lovely roll top bathtub that sits on painted exposed floorboards, accompanied by a Victorian style toilet and a contemporary wash hand basin that sits on a wooden table with shelving beneath. A double glazed window offers natural light and ventilation.

Bovill Road is approximately 7 mins walk to Honor Oak Park station where there are regular services to London Bridge (around 15mins) as well as London Overground services to Shoreditch and Highbury and Islington. The trendy high street boasts a range of independent shops, cafes, bars, a deli and several highly-recommended restaurants. Nearby green leafy open spaces can be found at Blythe Hill Fields, One Tree Hill and Horniman gardens all offering fantastic views of the London Skyline.