Offers Over 350,000 Freehold
Warren Avenue, South Croydon, CR2 8HU
Available
3 bedroom Semi-Detached

Features

  • 3 bedroom semi family home in Selsdon
  • *CHAIN FREE* Guide 360,000-365,000
  • New double glazing throughout
  • New central heating
  • 2 receptions rooms and kitchen
  • Good sized rooms well proportioned
  • Secluded mature rear garden
  • Close to local schools
  • Good transport links into Croydon
  • Ample on street parking

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Floorplan of Warren Avenue, South Croydon, CR2 8HU

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Description

This most inviting property has recently been let with up to date safety certificates. With the added advantage of being on a wide plot and set back from the road with a front garden providing a natural and attractive screen. The rear garden is leafy and secluded framed by mature trees across the rear boundary with wooded views towards The Addington Palace beyond. The outside WC is within a brick built storage area which lends itself to a side infill extension subject to the usual consents. It has the benefit of feeling away form the hurly burly yet close enough to East Croydon to be in central London door to door in 40 minutes or less. There is potential to extend to the side either one or two storeys as others have in the road making the house supremely adaptable should more living space be needed one day, and the potential to add further value. The kitchen is larger than average with an invaluable pantry and scope to incorporate a breakfast area, the bathroom benefits from an in-built airing cupboard. Besides the two double bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, the third bedroom is large enough to fit a bed and a chest of drawers/ wardrobe. There is a modern boiler, double glazing and gas fired central heating throughout. This location currently qualifies for free London bus and train travel for over 60s. and it benefits from new central heating and new double glazed windows throughout. There are 3 bedrooms two are doubles with lovely original polished wooden floorboards. There is ample street parking and the property is chain free.

Ground Floor

Property description

This most inviting property has recently been let with up to date safety certificates. With the added advantage of being on a wide plot and set back from the road with a front garden providing a natural and attractive screen. The rear garden is leafy and secluded framed by mature trees across the rear boundary with wooded views towards The Addington Palace beyond. The outside WC is within a brick built storage area which lends itself to a side infill extension subject to the usual consents. It has the benefit of feeling away form the hurly burly yet close enough to East Croydon to be in central London door to door in 40 minutes or less. There is potential to extend to the side either one or two storeys as others have in the road making the house supremely adaptable should more living space be needed one day, and the potential to add further value. The kitchen is larger than average with an invaluable pantry and scope to incorporate a breakfast area, the bathroom benefits from an in-built airing cupboard. Besides the two double bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, the third bedroom is large enough to fit a bed and a chest of drawers/ wardrobe. There is a modern boiler, double glazing and gas fired central heating throughout. This location currently qualifies for free London bus and train travel for over 60s. and it benefits from new central heating and new double glazed windows throughout. There are 3 bedrooms two are doubles with lovely original polished wooden floorboards. There is ample on street parking and the property is chain free.

Property Location

In a quiet road elevated well away from the traffic and with views towards the tree line of the expansive Addington Palace grounds and golf course from the garden, it takes just 8 mins to walk to the Gravel Hill tram stop via tree lined footpaths, to travel to East Croydon station in the morning taking less than 15 mins. Plenty of local schools to choose from are within walking distance, or by tram, like the unisex Royal Russell school or the new Coombe Wood secondary school. Gilbert Scott nursery and primary and Quest Academy (11 to 18) are a comfortable 5 minute walk. There is the popular John Ruskin college for skills based learning within a 7 minute walk. 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, the Lloyds 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 a useful parade of traditional shops/ cafes and restaurants on the Selsdon Park Road abotu a 10 minute walk away and an M & S food hall for convenience. For golf enthusiasts the scenic Addington Court golf course open to all for weekend unwinding is a short drive or cycle ride away. 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.

Location, continued

The 64 bus, about a 5 minute walk away on the Selsdon Park Road, is another way into Croydon or 3 mins to the historic Selsdon village well known for its popular NT bird sanctuary and 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 Selsdon Primary school. Further afield are traditional country pubs such as the White Bear off Featherbed Lane, and the Harrow Inn on Farleigh Common.

Entrance & Hallway

Double glazed front door leading to wide and carpeted hallway, radiator.

Reception Room

Light and airy reception room with large double glazed window overlooking front garden, wood laminate floor, fireplace nook, shelving in alcoves, coving, radiator, leads to dining room.

Dining Room

Dining room which can be accessed from the reception room and kitchen and double glazed window overlooks the rear garden, wood laminate floor.

Kitchen

Good sized square shaped kitchen at the rear of property with picture window overlooking rear garden, walk in larder, fitted with base units, space for freestanding washing machine and fridge freezer, space for electric hob and oven, extractor hood, wall mounted boiler, single sink, partial tiling, tiled floor. Door leading to rear garden and also to storage room at the side.

Storage

Accessed from the rear garden via the kitchen a useful additional storage room with double glazed window to front.

First Floor

Landing

Turning carpeted staircase leading to landing, double glazed window to side.

Bedroom 1

Double bedroom with original tiled fireplace surround, double glazed window overlooking front garden, original polished wooden floor boards, radiator.

Bedroom 2

Double bedroom with double glazed window overlooking rear garden, original polished wooden floor boards, built in wardrobe, radiator.

Bedroom 3

Single bedroom with double glazed window overlooking front garden, radiator, carpeted.

Bathroom

White bathroom suite comprising of bath with shower overhead, W/C and handbasin, double glazed obscured glass window, partial tiled.

Exterior

Front garden

Mature Privet hedge at front, concrete pathway with fitted handrail leading down to front door, mainly laid to lawn, mature rose bush.

Rear Garden

Mature and secluded garden mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees, easy to maintain, patio area outside kitchen, brick built storage area to side.

Consumer note

These details should not be relied on for accuracy or completeness and do not form part of any agreement. No appliances or warranties are to be tested or examined by us. A prospective buyer should rely entirely on their own conveyancer to enquire as to the title and ownership and any other questions they may have such as local consents or questions about the area and the sale contract must prevail.

Consumer Note

These details should not be relied on for accuracy or completeness and do not form part of any agreement. No appliances or warranties are to be tested or examined by us. A prospective buyer should rely entirely on their own conveyancer to enquire as to the title and ownership and any other questions they may have such as local consents or questions about the area and the sale contract must prevail.

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