Enjoying a slightly elevated position providing pleasant views over the park, this two double bedroom character house is situated just moments from both Sanderstead and Purley Oaks mainline stations providing easy access to London Bridge and Victoria. Double glazed and gas centrally heated, the property comprises to the ground floor, an open plan lounge / dining area, fitted kitchen with side return extension and skylights and a ground floor bathroom. Upstairs are two double bedrooms. A variety of shops, cafes and mini markets are close by and to the rear of the property is a low maintenance rear garden with rear gate to the access road Kensington Terrace. An ideal first time buy or buy to let. EPC Rating D. Council Tax Band C.
Entrance/Porch A porch with part glazed entrance door and windows either side provides access to the property with a further part glazed entrance door.
Lounge Open plan lounge / diner which is separated by a timber staircase.
Lounge Area A double glazed window faces the front with outlook over South Croydon Recreation Ground. A flame effect gas fire provides a focal point. Radiator and fitted carpet. Built in cupboard to alcove.
Dining Room Radiator, fitted carpet and doorway to kitchen.
Kitchen Fitted wall and base units with laminate work surfaces. Integrated gas hob and electric oven. Stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Space for fridge / freezer, as well as space for a slimline dishwasher and a washing machine. Two Velux double glazed skylights. Double glazed door to rear garden. Tiled floor.
Bathroom Equipped with a corner bath with a shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, wall mounted 'Vaillant' combination boiler. Heated towel rail. Extractor fan and opaque double glazed window to the side.
Bedroom Double glazed window to the rear, fitted carpet and radiator. Built in storage cupboard.
Bedroom Double glazed window to the front overlooking park, fitted carpet and radiator.
Garden Low maintenance rear garden.
Rear Access Path A rear access path leads from the rear of the garden via a gate to an access road, Kensington Terrace