CONVERTED in 2014 this VICTORIAN GROUND FLOOR TWO BEDROOM FLAT HAS DIRECT ACCESS TO A PRIVATE GARDEN AT THE REAR. With 50% share of the freehold, double glazing, gas central heating and a stunning open plan kitchen and living area, the flat is located just 0.4 miles from both Sanderstead and Purley Oaks mainline stations. Offered to the market chain free, the accommodation is currently laid out as a one bedroom flat with the front bedroom instead being used as additional living space however the conversion was granted planning permission as a two bedroom flat originally. The small hardstanding area at the front of the building belongs to this ground floor flat and, whilst not classed as off street parking and not big enough to accommodate a normal size car without obstructing access, it does have a dropped kerb.
Lounge Area 3.12m (10'3') x 3.00m (9'10') The sitting room is open plan with the kitchen, divided by a breakfast bar. Double glazed French doors to the garden, two double glazed windows to the side, wood flooring, light fitting.
Kitchen Area 3.12m (10'3') x 2.87m (9'5') Fitted with a range of wall and base units with solid wood butcher's block worktops.A stainless steel one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap is incorporated into the worktop beneath a side facing double glazed window. Integrated electric oven and hob with extractor over. Slimline dishwasher and space and plumbing for washing machine. Downlighters.
Bedroom 3.43m (11'3') x 2.44m (8'0') Double glazed window to the rear, fitted carpet, radiator and bedside lights.
Bedroom (13'0') x 3.10m (10'2') Double glazed bay window to the front, wall mounted lights, radiator and fitted carpet.
Bathroom Fully tiled and equipped with a white suite comprising a close coupled WC, panelled bath with shower and glazed screen and vanity wash hand basin. Extractor fan, opaque double glazed window to the side, heated towel rail and ceramic tiled floor. Illuminated mirror.
Garden 10.06m (33'0') x 4.88m (16'0') A nice size garden with a shed at the rear and side access.
Front area The tarmac area to the front of the house belongs to the ground floor flat and was historically used as a parking space when the property used to be commercial premises and has a dropped kerb. However when planning permission was granted for the conversion into flats it is understood that the council would not officially allow the area to be classed as a parking space.