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A spacious, much loved family home for almost 50 years with 3 good size double bedrooms and a newly fitted downstairs shower room. A particular feature of the property is its established and well stocked garden of approximately 180ft with a small pond and fruit trees. Off street parking for 2 cars. Scope to extend (STPP)
Large bright, carpeted and neutrally decorated room with view over the front garden. Aerial and virgin media access points, Gas Fireplace and bi-fold doors through to dining room.
Newly fitted, part-tiled shower room with power shower, WC and hand basin
Dining room with window over looking the patio and patio doors giving you direct access to the garden. Door through to the kitchen
Fitted cupboards and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Electric twin oven and gas hob.
Worcester Bosch boiler fitted in 2014 and regularly serviced. Access to lean-to.
Lean to with storage cupboard and access to the rear of the garage and also direct door access to the front and rear gardens
Large double room with built in storage cupboard and sunny front aspect
Double room with views over the garden, a shower cubicle and sink
A double bedroom with views to the front of the property and an in-built cupboard
A fully tiled bathroom with sink unit and bath with a shower connection.
Loft access from landing. Boarded with light / electricity
A very well establish and well-stocked garden of approximately 180ft. A small pond and apple and pear trees are a particular feature
Garage and Off-street parking for 2 cars
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A much loved family home in a sought-after location of similar properties set back from a tree-lined road. Convenient for trams situated in Gravel Hill or the Addington tram and bus stop, providing a comfortable way into town and direct link into Central Croydon and East Croydon station which has fast and frequent services to both London Bridge and London Victoria in 20 minutes or less and to Gatwick airport in the opposite direction in a similar time. There are excellent schools locally both state and private including the unisex Royal Russell and Croydon High School for girls both for ages 4 to 18.
The tram takes you passed the 18th century Addington Palace mansion (former Summer residence to the Archbishops of Canterbury) and its beautiful golf course then on to the Heathfield Gardens beauty spot (5 mins) and ecology centre, Shirley Hills viewing platform of central London, then passed Royal Russell school, then passed the recently launched Coombe Wood secondary school, then the Lloyd Park with its sports pitches and playground, and Croydon's Park Hill Park with picnic area, tennis courts and playground right next to the famous Fairfield Halls and Ashcroft theatre and popular bars eateries and major retail shops. The tram continues to the cinemas and dining out and large retail complexes of the Purley Way including Ikea and on to Wimbledon.
There is the useful Forestdale parade of shops a few minutes walk away including Co-Op, and Greggs and an award winning fish and chip shop.
There is a M & S food hall near the Gravel Hill tram stop for any last minute forgotten luxuries before the weekend. The long garden provides a front row seat for the annual Biggin Hill air show and the scenic Addington Court golf course is nearby which is open to all for weekend unwinding. For long lazy Summer's evenings and a drink in the park the Addington Park is ideal and less than 15 minutes' walk away and ideal for dog walking too.
The 64 bus is another way into Croydon or 5 mins to the historic Selsdon village well known for its popular 200 acre National Trust nature reserve and bird sanctuary and famous De Vere Seldon Park Hotel and Golf course, brasserie, sports club, and golf course, where there is a wide range of shops and a Sainsbury's, library, GP, and the Selsdon Primary school. Further afield are popular traditional country pubs such as the Harrow Inn on Farleigh Common. This location currently qualifies for free London bus and train travel for over 60s.
There are plenty of popular local schools to choose from, all within walking distance, or by tram, like the aforementioned unisex Royal Russell school or the new Coombe Wood secondary school. John Ruskin college, and the Gilbert Scott nursery, primary and Quest Academy (4 to 18) are a comfortable 20 minute tree lined walk and the Forestdale primary school even less.
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19-21 Limpsfield Road, Sanderstead, South Croydon, Surrey, CR2 9LA
020 8657 5599