Well-proportioned, family-friendly semi situated in a sought-after road within the top part of Biggin Hill, conveniently located for the town's amenities and bus routes, which are within only a few minutes' walk. The property offers well-proportioned accommodation to include three bedrooms and open plan living/dining space with exciting scope to update to taste and potentially enlarge, subject to any permissions being secured. Externally the house benefits from a delightful, level, south-west facing garden to the rear extending to circa 100ft, providing plenty of space for play, entertaining, relaxation and even a veg patch should one wish! To the front there is driveway parking and a single sized garage with power, ideal for an electric vehicle.
- DESIRABLE 'BIGGIN HILL TOP' LOCALE
- SHORT WALK TO WAITROSE & TESCO (0.2 MILES)
- EASY ACCESS TO LIBRARY, POOL AND BUS ROUTES
- IDEAL FAMILY HOME
- 100 FT FLAT SOUTH-WEST FACING GARDEN
- THREE BEDROOMS
- SCOPE TO IMPROVE & EXTEND (STPP)
- SINGLE GARAGE
- DRIVEWAY PARKING
- MODERN DOUBLE GLAZING
A front door opens into a welcoming lobby area, where a fitted cupboard to one wall caters perfectly for coats and shoes.
From here a glazed door leads through to the dual aspect reception space which follows a sociable open plan arrangement, with an original 1960s open tread staircase rising to the first floor.
To the sitting room area, there is a focal fireplace with stone surround, wooden mantle, gas fire (untested) and tiled hearth. A gas-fired back boiler is located within the chimney breast and a low-level storage cupboard - also housing the meters - has been fitted to one alcove. The dining zone is conveniently close to the kitchen, also enjoying an attractive outlook over the garden.
The kitchen has been thoughtfully fitted with a generous array of modern, white base and wall cupboards/drawers, with laminate counters/upstands over, undercabinet lighting and tiled splashbacks. An electric double oven, hob and extractor have been integrated, together with a slimline dishwasher, whilst space/plumbing is in situ for a washing machine and room allocated for an upright fridge/freezer. A door opens to a patio within the garden, which with its sunny south-westerly aspect, is ideal for outdoor dining.
To the first floor there are three well-proportioned bedrooms, one of which is equipped with a bank of mirrored, sliding door wardrobes, another of which has a built-in, shelved cupboard,
A bathroom completes the accommodation, fitted with a white suite comprising a pedestal basin, close coupled WC and panelled bath with an Aqualisa shower over and hinged glass screen. Both the walls and floor are fully tiled.
From the upper landing there is hatched access to the loft space, as well as a door to an airing cupboard housing the hot water tank, with slotted shelves added for storing towels and linens.
The level rear garden is a fine feature of the property; extending to approximately 100ft, it is largely laid to lawn with fenced perimeters, a paved terrace and flower border to one side, offering ample space to be enjoyed by all the family. A timber tool shed is located to the far boundary and useful gated access to the side enables easy access to the garden from the front driveway, which currently caters for one vehicle.
A single garage with up-and-over door, power and light completes the profile of this enticing prospect.
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Council Tax Band: D (Bromley London Borough)
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