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- A three-bedroom 1920s semi-detached house
- Good-sized South-facing garden
- Detached garage at rear of garden
- Walking distance to Honor Oak Park station (Overground)
- Both of Catford stations also close by with alternate routes into London
- Parks & schools nearby
- Located on the border of Catford & Honor Oak Park
- No onward chain
- EPC Grade D/Council Tax Band D
Guide Price £750,000 - £800,000. This a perfect example of a beautifully & tastefully presented 1920s semi-detached house situated on the border of Honor Oak Park & Catford.
When you walk through the front door of this house there is such a nice feel and It is aesthetically pleasing from the outset with double-bay circular windows and still retains some stain-glass windows. You have an entrance porch that leads onto your larger-than-average living room with extra-height doors, with the choice of separating or opening up onto the dining area. The recently renovated kitchen also opens onto the dining area that has the original bay window taking out to the South-facing rear garden that has side access and an entrance to the garage. There is a utility room just of the kitchen with a separate WC just beyond that. There is dprquet flooring throughout most of the ground floor, two period fireplaces and plenty of original features. Upstairs you will find the family bathroom, a separate shower room and three double bedrooms. You also have access to a good-sized loft space with the potential to extend subject to the correct permissions and regulations.
Polsted Road is a very popular road in Catford, being so close to Honor Oak Park there is plenty of amenities nearby. There are a few great schools within walking distance including the outstanding Ofsted-rated Rathfern Primary. If you are looking for a traditional and award-winning pub then the Blythe Hill Tavern is just 0.3 miles away. Nearby are various parks: Ladywell Fields and the popular Blythe Hill Fields that has amazing views across the city. There is the choice to walk to either Honor Oak or Catford to find some nice places to eat & drink: the No.41 Coffee & Kitchen (Honor Oak) is a nice to have a catch-up with friends or the Railway Tavern (Catford) for an evening meal and some drinks. EPC Grade D/Council Tax Band D.
Council tax band: D