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Mount Ash Road, SE26
4 Bedroom House
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£850,000 (OIEO)
KEY FEATURES
4 Bedroom(s)
1 Bathrooms
  • Charming 4 bedroom mid terrace Victorian family home
  • Quiet residential cul-de-sac with a lovey community
  • Open plan living on the ground floor
  • Cosy lounge & dining room
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Planning permission for a rear extension and solar powered electricity with a battery
  • Private and secluded rear garden
  • Luxurious contemporary style bathroom
  • Close to Forest Hill and Sydenham stations (London Bridge and Overground)
  • Plentiful parks and a good selection of local schools including Elliott Bank and Sydenham Girls
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

VIEWING DAY SATURDAY 25TH JUNE. A perfectly placed four bed Victorian family home located on this quiet residential cul-de-sac.

Mount Ash Road offers a wonderfully peaceful community, awash with handsome period homes. This marvellous four-bedroom Victorian property sits at the quietest end of the street and is arranged over three spacious floors. The house also comes with approved planning permission for a rear extension as well as solar power with a battery to save on the cost of electricity.

The house is mid terrace and offers great kerb appeal with its charming Victorian façade of exposed bricks and detailed masonry around the windows and doors. The property sits behind a neat, walled, front garden and there's plenty of free parking available on the street.
The accommodation comprises a large open plan living area including the kitchen and dining room that leads directly out to a private rear garden. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and bathroom. The whole house benefits from double glazing throughout.

Upon entry there is an entrance hall that houses the staircase which offers useful storage underneath. The flooring is engineered oak that runs seamlessly through to the living room.
The lounge at the front of the house enjoys a generous proportion as well as some nice period features including a fireplace with fitted storage in the alcoves. A large sash window that is furnished with plantation shutters fills the room with natural light.

The lounge is semi open plan to the kitchen, which is offered in good condition with Shaker style, solid wooden cupboards and a granite worktop housing the hob on one side of the room and the sink on the opposite side. There is space for a large American fridge freezer, all the appliances are integrated, including a dishwasher, a wine cooler under the worktop and the oven/ grill that is located in a tall unit to the side. The floors are tiled and there are ceiling spot lights offering lighting.

The rear of the house has been extended to create a dining room that has bi-fold doors leading directly to the garden as well as a storage cupboard and a large skylight that fills this area with natural light.

The garden has a Westerly aspect and is a good size with a decked patio area closest to the house, ideal for al fresco dining. The whole garden is walled with fencing above and backs on to a forest of mature trees offering plenty of privacy and charm. Steps to the side lead up to a second tier which has a artificial lawn area that is fenced off from the lower part of the garden and has a raised seating bench at the back.

Heading upward to the first-floor landing is the smallest of the four bedrooms. The room would make an ideal kids bedroom or a study/office as sits at the rear of the house making it very quiet and offers lovely views over the garden and treeline beyond.

The family bathroom offers very generous proportions, it is decorated in a modern contemporary style and is mostly tiled. There is a luxurious glass walk-in shower enclosure which is accompanied by a stylish freestanding bath, a toilet sits in the corner of the room and there is a wash hand basin which has a vanity unit below. There is also space for additional storage as well as a heated towel rail. A large sash window furnished with plantation shutters looks out to a green view of trees.

Occupying the whole width at the front of the house is a spacious double bedroom with two large sash windows with more shutters and engineered wooden flooring. There is a lovely period fireplace which has fitted cupboards and shelving in the alcoves either side. The current owners are using this room as an additional living area which demonstrates the versatility of this house.
Upstairs to the second floor are two further double bedrooms, the one at the front shares similar proportions to the bedroom below, occupying the width of the house with fitted cupboards along one side of the room. From up here the views over the Kent countryside are spectacular.
This charming house won't fail to impress! Mount Ash Road is within a few minutes stroll of Kirkdale Village. Sydenham and Forest Hill are also easily reached on foot.

Transport's no upset - a mere 12 minute walk will take you to either Forest Hill or Sydenham mainline stations, with fast and frequent trains to London Bridge and Charing Cross. The hugely popular London Overground Line will also whisk you into town. You can be on the Jubilee Line at Canada Water in around 15 minutes! For the nippers, there is a good selection of highly rated primary schools such as Eliot Bank, for older kids there is Sydenham Girls or Sydenham High. The 176 bus runs along Kirkdale heading for Oxford Circus. Forest Hill Pool had an impressive refurb a few years back and you can grab a yummy latte and a snack in The Journey Cafe on Kirkdale. The big shop is sorted by popping over the hill to Forest Hill’s Sainsbury’s. Parks are plentiful in this neck of the woods; you have Dulwich Woods, Dulwich Park, Crystal Palace Park and the local Sydenham parks (Wells, Mayow and Cator) all within easy reach..