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A handsome five double bedroom French Mansard semi-detached period home situated on a highly desirable road within the Lee Conservation Area. The current owners have recently carried out tasteful renovations to the property internally and externally.
This sought after house still has many of its period features such as original staircase, high ceilings, skirting boards, cornicing and stunning marble fireplaces. The double reception room runs from front to back with a large bay window and French doors leading to the beautiful 77ft south-facing garden. The extended kitchen/breakfast room is light and spacious and opens out to the garden. Also on the ground floor is a WC and stairs down to a cellar, which is currently being used as a utility room and storage.
On the first floor, there is a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, a large bay window, original wooden floors and fitted wardrobes. The second and third bedrooms plus a shower room can be found off the landing. On the second floor is a bathroom and two further double bedrooms, one with dressing room.
The charming south-facing rear garden has mature trees and shrubs as well as a summer house. Off street parking is situated at the front.
Micheldever Road is in the heart of the Lee Conservation Area, an extremely popular part of town that has really come to life over the last few years. Various independent shops and cafes have appeared along with some very smart gastro pubs and restaurants, all of which have quickly gained local acclaim. The area also continues to be popular with families, with a number of local schools including the three 'outstanding' Brindishe Schools. Manor House Gardens is just round the corner and is a great park with tennis courts, a play area, duck pond and even a regular farmers' market. The property is also within close proximity to both Hither Green and Lee train stations which provide regular services into a number of destinations such as London Bridge, Waterloo, Cannon Street and Charing Cross.
French Mansard house
Lee Conservation Area
Two Reception Rooms
South facing garden
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