3 Bedroom End Terraced for Sale

Peartree Close, South Croydon, CR2 9BR

£400,000
3 Bedroom End Terraced for Sale in South Croydon, CR2 9BR
3 Bedroom End Terraced for Sale in South Croydon, CR2 9BR
3 Bedroom End Terraced for Sale in South Croydon, CR2 9BR
3 Bedroom End Terraced for Sale in South Croydon, CR2 9BR
3 Bedroom End Terraced for Sale in South Croydon, CR2 9BR
3 Bedroom End Terraced for Sale in South Croydon, CR2 9BR
3 Bedroom End Terraced for Sale in South Croydon, CR2 9BR
3 Bedroom End Terraced for Sale in South Croydon, CR2 9BR
3 Bedroom End Terraced for Sale in South Croydon, CR2 9BR
3 Bedroom End Terraced for Sale in South Croydon, CR2 9BR
3 Bedroom End Terraced for Sale in South Croydon, CR2 9BR
3 Bedroom End Terraced for Sale in South Croydon, CR2 9BR

Key Features

  • Guide price £405,000 to £410,000
  • *CHAIN FREE*
  • Downstairs W/C
  • Situated in quiet courtyard setting
  • Large reception diner
  • Garage & parking space
  • Close to Atwood outstanding OFSTED
  • Close to 403 bus and level walk to shops

Property Summary

Built in the mid seventies in a quiet courtyard setting, it is little wonder to see why of only eight houses half have remained as the original owners, according to the seller. Close enough to the main 403 bus route to be at Sanderstead Station in 10 minutes with fast links to London Victoria or London Bridge in less than half an hour, within level walking distance to an Ofsted outstanding rated primary school and a choice of excellent senior schools and sixth form colleges to choose from, and a three minute walk to one of Southern England's oldest and prettiest protected woodlands with 140 acres to explore and enjoy through all seasons, and an abundance of local shops and supermarkets to choose from, doctors and dentists, nurseries, sports clubs and social groups, meaning that all needs are catered for.

The location qualifies for the London transport freedom pass.
For car dependants there is a parking space as well as a garage.

The house is approached via its own access road and cars are parked well away from the walk in to the small green in front of the house. The front bedroom and kitchen receive the early morning sun and the garden from midday to late afternoon. Unusually for a house of this era there is an easily accessible downstairs toilet with a window, a kitchen with work tops on two sides, and an unusually large lounge diner as originally drawn with two sets of sliding patio doors with a view over the level garden. There is useful side access through which a short cut can be used to reach the private parking. Beyond the wide entrance hall and single flight of stairs to the first floor there is a spacious landing with two generous double sized bedrooms and a larger than average single bedroom with space for bed or bunk beds plus wardrobe space. The bathroom is well aerated with bath and shower over and there is a separate toilet. A rare find at the price for, say, retirees or a young family with children ready to put there own mark on it. Early viewing is recommended.

Property Location

Built in the mid seventies in a quiet courtyard setting, it is little wonder to see why of only eight houses half have remained as the original owners, according to the seller. Close enough to the main 403 bus route to be at Sanderstead Station in 10 minutes with fast links to London Victoria or London Bridge in less than half an hour, within level walking distance to an Ofsted outstanding rated primary school and a choice of excellent senior schools and sixth form colleges to choose from, and a three minute walk to one of Southern England's oldest and prettiest protected woodlands with 140 acres to explore and enjoy through all seasons, and an abundance of local shops and supermarkets to choose from, doctors and dentists, nurseries, sports clubs and social groups, meaning that all needs are catered for.

The location qualifies for the London transport freedom pass.
For car dependants there is a parking space as well as a garage.

The house is approached via its own access road and cars are parked well away from the walk in to the small green in front of the house. The front bedroom and kitchen receive the early morning sun and the garden from midday to late afternoon. Unusually for a house of this era there is an easily accessible downstairs toilet with a window, a kitchen with work tops on two sides, and an unusually large lounge diner as originally drawn with two sets of sliding patio doors with a view over the level garden. There is useful side access through which a short cut can be used to reach the private parking. Beyond the wide entrance hall and single flight of stairs to the first floor there is a spacious landing with two generous double sized bedrooms and a larger than average single bedroom with space for bed or bunk beds plus wardrobe space. The bathroom is well aerated with bath and shower over and there is a separate toilet. A rare find at the price for, say, retirees or a young family with children ready to put there own mark on it. Early viewing is recommended.

Ground Floor

Property Location

Built in the mid seventies in a quiet courtyard setting, it is little wonder to see why of only eight houses half have remained with the original owners, according to the seller. Close enough to the main 403 bus route to be at Sanderstead Station in 10 minutes with fast links to London Victoria or London Bridge in less than half an hour, within level walking distance to an Ofsted outstanding rated primary school and a choice of excellent senior schools and sixth form colleges to choose from, and a three minute walk to one of Southern England's oldest and prettiest protected woodlands with 140 acres to explore and enjoy through all seasons, and an abundance of local shops and supermarkets to choose from, doctors and dentists, nurseries, sports clubs and social groups, meaning that all needs are catered for.
The location qualifies for the London freedom travel pass. For car dependants there is a parking space as well as a garage.

The Property

The house is approached via its own access road and cars are parked well away from the walk in to the small green in front of the house. The front bedroom and kitchen receive the early morning sun and the garden from midday to late afternoon. Unusually for a house of this era there is an easily accessible downstairs toilet with a window, a kitchen with work tops on two sides, and an unusually large lounge diner as originally drawn with two sets of sliding patio doors with a view over the level garden. There is useful side access through which a short cut can be used to reach the private parking. Beyond the wide entrance hall and single flight of stairs to the first floor there is a spacious landing with two generous double sized bedrooms and a larger than average single bedroom with space for bed or bunk beds plus wardrobe space. The bathroom is well aerated with bath and shower over and there is a separate toilet. A rare find at the price for, say, retirees or a young family with children ready to put there own mark on it. Early viewing is recommended.

Entrance Hallway

Canopied porch with front door leading to wide hallway, radiator, coved cornice, wall mounted thermostat, carpeted.

Reception Room

Spacious reception room with two sets of large double glazed sliding patio doors overlooking the rear garden, space for dining table and chairs, large understairs cupboard, two radiators, wall lights, central pendant, coved cornice, carpeted.

Kitchen

Fitted with a range of wall and base units, space for freestanding electric cooker, space for freestanding fridge and freezer, single sink with mixer tap, double glazed picture window overlooking front garden, breakfast bar space for two, wall mounted boiler, lino floor.

Downstairs W/C

Downstairs cloakroom with W/C, wash hand basin, half tiled, obscured double glazed window, carpeted.

First Floor

Landing

Straight carpeted staircase leading to a good sized landing.

Bedroom 1

Double bedroom with double glazed window overlooking the front, fitted wardrobe with mirrored sliding doors, fitted drawers, central pendant, wall lights, coved cornice, carpeted.

Bedroom 2

Double bedroom with double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, inbuilt wardrobe, radiator, coved cornice, carpeted.

Bedroom 3

Single bedroom with double glazed window overlooking rear, radiator, carpeted.

Bathroom

Family bathroom comprising of bath with shower handset, pedestal wash hand basin, W/C, bidet, fully tiled, cupboard housing water tank and space above for airing clothes/towels, double glazed obscured glass window to front, radiator, lino floor.

Exterior

Front Garden

Simple and easy to maintain front garden, level lawn with paved stepping stones leading up to front door, side access gate leading to rear garden.

Rear Garden

Secluded and level rear garden mainly lawn with mature shrubs, raised paved patio area accessible from sliding patio doors of reception room, hard standing area at rear suitable as car porch or covered entertaining area, side gate at side leading to front garden.

Garage

Single garage en bloc.

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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For further information on this property please call 020 8657 5599 or e-mail sales@manchesterdurman.com

Floorplan of Peartree Close, South Croydon, CR2 9BR

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