Located on the desirable Gipsy Hill with its unrivalled views across London, this six bedroom detached period house, with a self contained two bedroom flat, has been owned by the same family for 38 years. Believed to be late Georgian or early Victorian, this family home offers a wealth of versatile accommodation arranged over four floors.
Currently the property is divided into a six double bedroom house spanning over the ground, first and second floors, with three bathrooms, large reception room, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room and guest cloakroom. A set of French doors and balcony off the kitchen provide access to the rear garden, which includes a paved patio area and lawn all bordered by mature shrubs and trees providing a delightful outlook from the house.
The lower ground floor is currently being used as a self-contained two double bedroom flat, including lounge, kitchen and family bathroom, offering potential to achieve a rental income.
The house is in good decorative order. Other benefits include charming internal window shutters and double glazing within timber sash windows throughout, in keeping with the original character.
Gipsy Hill is located within easy reach of the many shops, restaurants, coffee shops and bars of the Crystal Palace Triangle. Gipsy Hill Station is within 0.2 miles, providing services into London Bridge and Victoria. Crystal Palace Station is within 0.6 miles, providing services into Canary Wharf (via Canada Water).
Energy Efficiency Rating D.
Talk to Chris Salt from Langford Russell
(Estate agents in Bromley)
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