Eye popping apartment which just keeps on giving! This first (top) floor Victorian conversion has just had a new interior. It has two proper big double bedrooms, modern kitchen, sassy bathroom (with roll top tub and shower cubicle), large reception room, terrace and the use of seven acres of private woodlands and tennis courts - yes you read that right your very own Narnia, plus tennis courts. Only a couple of properties on Brockley Rise back on to the woodlands making this an extremely rare offering. Brockley Rise, despite the name, is actually a prime road in Honor Oak SE23. You can park the motor if you have one outside, unrestricted. Only a 10 minute walk will see you into Honor Oak Station and to your local shopping parade.
Home is a generously converted former Victorian detached house - split into just two flats meaning you get a lot of space. Walk the driveway and enter through newly painted house door. Slip your shoes off and take the newly carpeted stairs, go on wiggle your toes enjoy the quality pile! It is in a neutral oatie coloured hue and this carpet runs through the majority of the apartment. A large window floods the landing area making it nice and bright, the landing has a smattering of storage cupboards too. To the end of the hallway looking to the road is the very sassy bathroom, newly fitted with a sultry roll top free standing tub, shower lovers need not worry as there is also a large newly installed shower cubicle too. Alongside is the reception room and impressive size, with nice high ceilings twin (double glazed) windows to the front and a feature fireplace. Working our way back along the hall we find the second bedroom. This is a great double. Plenty of space for a king size or even a super king - perfect if you like to starfish without kicking your partner off the bed!
The kitchen takes the opposing end of the hallway to the bathroom. Again is very light and bright, chic and modern with it fitted white glossy units and tiles. The view out from the Kitchen window is somewhat mesmerizing encapsulating the woodland panorama - what a view to sip your morning coffee to. The hallway takes a sharp corner and lands you in the master bedroom another sterling big room. Here there is a (double glazed) door to the little terrace, set up with table for two. Stairs lead down to the garden of which you have access through (but not use of) to get to this enchanting woodland.
Picnic tables and benches are dotted around for you to make the most of and about half way up is the Tennis Court. The only people who have use of this magical spot are the resident of Lowther Hill, Duncombe Hill, Brockley Rise and Brockley view - only if your property backs on to it that is. I understand that there is a real community spirit and the neighbours gather for fireworks night and summer picnics - nice.
If you should ever want or need to leave then Honor Oak has good trains into London Bridge or pick up the 'ginger' East London Line Overground. The Old Bank is a nice new Italian, or wine and nibbles at Hopscotch. Browse in some of the quirky shops like Jumping Bean. Sainsburys local is handy and will fill the cupboards on the way back from work or pick up an Indian at the award winning Barbour Restaurant.
EPC Rating: E
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