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GUIDE PRICE £999,500 TO £1,100,000. Built in the early 1930s, this wonderful detached home retains much of the character from the period but has also been extended, modernised and greatly improved within to provide a home of high standards in a most convenient location. It has a bright and airy feel throughout thanks to many windows and the dual aspect rooms.
The location of this stunning home is highly convenient for commuters as Orpington station with its fast direct service to London bridge in around 17 minutes, is just 0.4 miles away. The area is also well served by reputable schools including the highly regarded St. Olaves Grammar School for Boys, just a third of a mile away, and Newstead Grammar School for Girls at 0.75 miles from the property. Numerous primary schools can also be found within a mile radius
The accommodation within begins with a spacious reception hall with a solid oak front door, oak flooring and stained glass windows, plus a handsome period staircase leading to the first floor landing.
From here, there are doors leading to a large living room and main dining room, inner lobby with access to the kitchen, downstairs WC and integrated garage.
The living room is double aspect with beautiful stained glass windows to the front and side and has a feature art nouveau fireplace with a gas flame fire.
The dining room also enjoys a double aspect with original French doors to the garden, solid oak flooring and an open feature fireplace.
An extended kitchen/dining area of impressive proportions is the real hub of this home. Fitted with high quality appliances, travertine stone flooring, granite work surfaces and enjoying a pleasant outlook over the rear garden. There is a comprehensive range of oak fitted cupboards with space for a range cooker and an American fridge freezer.
A door from here also gives access to a good sized home office/study with solid oak flooring and window overlooking the garden. This room is also large enough to use as an extra double bedroom if required.
There is a separate utility room and ground floor shower room, both with travertine stone flooring, and the shower room has underfloor heating.
On the first floor there are four well-proportioned bedrooms, the master measuring a generous 19' x 13' with a generous range of fitted wardrobes. There is also a well-appointed bathroom with a bath, shower and a separate WC. Bedrooms two and three additionally having vanity basins. You will also find access via a pull down ladder to a boarded loft with a large work bench and skylight window.
The outside space includes a secluded rear garden that enjoys a south westerly aspect with block paved patio giving way to an expanse of lawn, whilst the frontage has a block paved driveway allowing off-street parking for vehicles and provides access to the garage.
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