Kangley Bridge Road SE26 -
This ground floor two bedroom, share of freehold apartment comes with an abundance of features and practical benefits, that some other property of similar build just don’t have. Spacious accommodation is a key feature throughout, however the property is situated minutes walk of Lower Sydenham Rail station and the increasing popular Bellingham Retail Park - not forgetting the convenience of the "Sainsbury" Hyper market.
Requiring some cosmetic updating and priced to reflect, is this truly unique ground floor apartment offering a bundle of benefits. The property comes with a share of freehold, private rear garden, handy off street parking and its own private entrance to the side. This spacious home starts with two double bedrooms to the rear and an impressive 19ft lounge to the front. The kitchen is galley in shape and the bathroom is modern. Further benefits include double glazing and gas central heating. Situated just minutes walk of Lower Sydenham Rail station and the popular Bellingham Retail Park – not forgetting the convenience of the “Sainsbury” Hyper market makes this home one not to be missed!
Entry phone key pad.
Hardwood front door into hallway. Entry phone receiver, enclosed radiator, part coved ceiling, integral storage cupboard, carpet.
Lounge 19’4″ x 8’6″ (5.89m x 2.59m)
UPVC double glazed window to front, coved ceiling, double radiator, laminate wood floor.
Kitchen 9’4″ x 7’3″ (2.84m x 2.21m)
Decorative feature frosted UPVC double glazed window to side with matching part UPVC door to garden. Fitted range of units with contrasting worktops, inset four ring hot place with oven under and canopy extractor hood above, integrated dishwasher, space for fridge freezer and washing machine, inset one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, splash back tiling, coved ceiling, raised shelf for additional storage, vinyl flooring.
Bathroom w.c. 9’4″ x 5’11” (2.84m x 1.80m)
Decorative frosted UPVC double glazed window to side. Enclosed bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, curtain and rail, wash basin set in vanity cupboard, low level w.c. double radiator, coved ceiling, vinyl flooring.
Bedroom One 12’2″ x 10’8″ (3.71m x 3.25m)
UPVC double glazed window to rear. Range of integral double door wardrobes to one wall, coved ceiling, double radiator, laminate wood floor.
Bedroom Two 11’3″ x 9’1″ (3.43m x 2.77m)
UPVC double glazed windows to rear, coved ceiling, loft access, laminate wood floor.
Approximately 45ft- 50ft rear garden, paved pathway and shed to the rear.
A note from the current owner:
“Initially, I thought this flat was a converted garage or a bungalow, until I came to view it.
Looks can be deceiving, as I was taken aback by the size of the bedrooms and the bathroom. The driveway of course was an added plus, so too was having a side access and the garden. I saw lots of potential. The photographs did not give it justice.
Another thing that appealed to me was that it was share of freehold. Having lived in a leasehold property, this meant freedom to do what I wanted. Therefore, I have put my own stamp on it, have lived here happily for nearly 16 years and made it into a family home.“