The Green, Sidcup, Kent, DA14

£890,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 7
A rare opportunity to purchase a deceptively large family home overlooking the Green in central Sidcup.

The accommodation offer comprises Entrance porch leading to Hallway, two main receptions rooms with modern open plan kitchen, utility room and ground floor WC to the ground floor with an additional Family room and Den / Bedroom seven. To the first floor is four well proportioned bedrooms and family bathroom with a further staircase to the two additional bedrooms in the loft space.

Externally this property boats mature front and rear gardens the later measuring approx 85ft with a double detached garage and rear pedestrian access and off road parking.

Interior

Porch: 8'11" x 3'6" (2.72m x 1.07m). Double glazed enclosed porch, tiled floor.

Entrance Hall: 18'3" x 7'9" (5.56m x 2.36m). Original stained glass door to front, dado rail, picture rail, coving, radiator, parquet flooring, stairs to first floor.

Lounge: 16'6" (5.03m) x 16'1" (4.9m) into bay. Double glazed bay window to front, original feature fireplace, original coving, picture rail, wall mounted lights radiator, oak flooring.

Dining Room: 15'10" x 13'3" (4.83m x 4.04m). Two double glazed windows to side, original feature fireplace, original coving, picture rail, oak flooring, double doors leading to family room.

Family Room: 17'4" x 7'2" (5.28m x 2.18m). Double glazed sliding patio doors to rear, two double glazed corner windows, radiator, spotlights, oak wood flooring.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 15'4" x 13'7" (4.67m x 4.14m). Double glazed window to rear and side, double glazed door to front, picture rail, vinyl flooring, range of wall and base units with complimentary work surface over, ceramic hob, double oven with extractor hood, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, inset spotlights, integrated dishwasher, space for American style fridge/freezer, double doors to dining room.

The Den/Bedroom Seven: 17'4" x 7'2" (5.28m x 2.18m). Double glazed patio doors to rear, radiator, vinyl flooring.

Utility Room: 9'3" x 4'2" (2.82m x 1.27m). Wall and base units with work surface over, one and a half bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap and drainer, plumbed for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, vinyl flooring.

Downstairs WC: 5'5" x 3'5" (1.65m x 1.04m). Double glazed obscured window to side, vanity sink with mixer tap and stoarge under, low level WC, heated towel rail, part tiled walls, vinyl flooring.

Landing One: Double glazed stained glass sash window to side, dado rail, cupboard understairs, carpet, stairs to second floor.

Bedroom One: 16'7" (5.05m) x 15'11" (4.85m) into bay. Double glazed bay window to front, built in cupboards and units, picture rail, original feature fireplace, radiator, carpet.

Bedroom Two: 15' x 12'5" (4.57m x 3.78m). Double glazed window to rear and side, original feature fireplace, picture rail, built in cupboard, radiator, carpet.

Bedroom Three: 11'5" x 11'1" (3.48m x 3.38m). Double glazed window to rear, radiator, two built in storage cupboards, one small and one large with double glazed window to front and housing emmersion tank, carpet.

Bedroom Four/Study: 9'7" x 7'9" (2.92m x 2.36m). Double glazed window to front and double glazed door to balcony, radiator, original fireplace, carpet.

Bathroom: 8 x 5'5" (8 x 1.65m). Two double glazed obscured windows to side, panelled bath with aquasis shower over, pedestal sink, low level WC, bidet, radiator, tiled walls, vinyl flooring.

Landing Two: Carpet.

Bedroom Five: 12'7" x 6'6" (3.84m x 1.98m). Velux window to side, built in storage (eaves), radiator, carpet.

Bedroom Six: 12'7" (3.84m) x 6'6" (1.98m) at widest point. L Shaped. Velux windows to front and side, built in stoarge (eaves), carpet.

Rear Garden: Paved patio area leading to lawn, mature trees and shrubs in borders, outdoor lighting, outside tap, shed, rear access, access to garage.

Garage: 24' x 19' (7.32m x 5.8m). Double size, two roller doors.

Front Garden: Lawned area, trees and shrubs in borders, pathway.

Additional Information

Despite its very suburban feel, records relating to Sidcup actually date back to the thirteenth century when King Henry VIII was in power. What was a cluster of houses around The Black Horse Inn grew to a larger settlement from the late 1600s onwards. Sidcup became popular with gentry and substantial houses, including Foots Cray Place (1754), Frognal (c.1670), Sidcup Place (1743) and Lamorbey (1744 and now home to the Rose Bruford drama school) sprung up. The Victorian era saw Sidcup grow further as the railway line arrived but it was the post-war house building frenzy that most characterises the Sidcup of today.

Commuters use Sidcup train station for a direct service into Central London, with journey times from 18 minutes. Sidcup is brimming with pubs and restaurants, with friendly 'locals' serving the community.

Please note that some Japanese knotweed has been discovered within the garden and the vendor is commissioning a treatment plan to deal with the issue. Additional information is available upon request. We recommend that you check your mortgage lender's criteria in this respect prior to making an offer.

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Robinson Jackson - Blackfen

1 Wellington Parade, Blackfen Road, Sidcup, Kent

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