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A three bedroom, 1930s semi-detached house situated in a quiet close within easy reach of Eltham High Street and station.
Offered for sale with no onward chain, this very desirable family home has been well maintained by the current owner and so is found in excellent condition.
Measuring over sixteen hundred square feet this well proportioned family home would lend itself to further improvement/extension, as many of the neighbouring properties have done, subject to the relevant permissions. That being said, the property is equally desirable in its current form. As one enters through the porch and into this lovely home, the traditional layout one has come to expect from properties of this era is found beyond. Original features including stained glass windows and picture rails are complimented by some more modern accompaniments such as contemporary style fireplaces in the reception rooms and double glazed windows throughout. The accommodation briefly comprises; two generous reception rooms the rear with doors leading to the garden, a kitchen/breakfast room, utility area, downstairs WC, three bedrooms, family bathroom and integrated garage. To the rear, a well cared for garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature borders enjoys a south-westerly aspect and measures over fifty feet. To the front there is off street parking for several cars.
Elstow Close is a fantastic location to take advantage of the vast array of amenities on the ever improving Eltham High Street, including bars, restaurants and shops such as Marks & Spencer's and Sainsbury’s Superstore. Literally around the corner, one will find Eltham Centre which is an award winning community centre which includes leisure facilities including gymnasium, swimming pool and spa as well as council services, a library and a college. Those requiring good transport link will have Eltham train station approximately half a mile away which provides regular services into Victoria, London Bridge, Charing Cross and Cannon Street.
For families looking with schools in mind, there are a number of public and state school locally such as Eltham College, Eltham C of E Primary School and St Thomas Moore, to name a few.
Other places of interest in SE9 include Eltham Palace, an English Heritage site whose former residents include Edward IV and Henry VIII.
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