Sidcup Hill, Sidcup, Kent, DA14


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Located on Sidcup Hill just off the main High Street you can find this well presented circa 1896 built period detached family residence. Boasting many original features including, fireplaces, sash windows, coved ceilings throughout and the original stain glassed front door and side panels.

In our opinion, the accommodation is spacious throughout and has flexibility for use and comprises, entrance porch, entrance hall, lounge, dining room, kitchen, utility and ground floor cloakroom. To the first floor is a landing giving direct access to all four double bedrooms and family bathroom. Externally the property boast a shingled driveway providing ample off road parking leading to an attached garage. To the rear is a part walled private garden. It simply must be seen to be fully appreciated.


Porch: Double glazed doors and window to front.

Entrance Hall: Double glazed windows and entrance door to front, entrance door to front, wood flooring, radiator, dado rail, coving understairs storage.

Reception One: 16'4" x 16'3" (4.98m x 4.95m). Double glazed bay window to front, feature fireplace, radiator, coving, stripped wood flooring.

Reception Two: 17'10" x 14'1" (5.44m x 4.3m). Double glazed window to side, double glazed doors to rear, feature fireplace, coving, radiator, stripped wood flooring.

Reception Three: 12'2" x 11'1" (3.7m x 3.38m). Feature fireplace, dado rail, coving, tiled flooring.

Kitchen: 12'10" x 10'2" (3.91m x 3.1m). Double glazed window to side and rear, and side, door to side, range of wall and base units with work surface over, sink and drainer with mixer tap, integrated oven and hob, plumbed for dishwasher, space for fridge freezer, tiled walls, tiled flooring, radiator.

Utility Room: 12' x 3'9" (3.66m x 1.14m). Window to rear, wall and base units, sink and drainer with mixer tap, plumbed for washing machine, tiled walls and flooring.

Garage: 17' x 10'2" (5.18m x 3.1m). Up and over door, power and light.

Landing: Carpet to stairs, access to loft.

Bedroom One: 16'4" x 16'3" (4.98m x 4.95m). Double glazed sash bay window to front, feature fireplace, radiator, picture rail, oak flooring.

Bedroom Two: 17' x 14'1" (5.18m x 4.3m). Window to rear, feature fireplace, built in cupboard, radiator, oak flooring.

Bedroom Three: 15'4" x 12' (4.67m x 3.66m). Double glazed window to rear, oak wood flooring, radiator, feature fireplace.

Bedroom Four: 12'2" x 11'1" (3.7m x 3.38m). Double glazed window to front, oak flooring, feature fireplace.

Bathroom: 9'4" x 6'9" (2.84m x 2.06m). Double glazed obscured window to front, corner bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, shower cubicle, pedestal sink with mixer tap, low level WC, bidet, tiled walls and flooring.

Front Garden: Shingle, hedges, various trees and shrubs, side access, ample off road parking.

Rear garden: Mainly lawned, paved area, walled, pergola, various trees and shrubs.

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.

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Robinson Jackson - Blackfen

1 Wellington Parade, Blackfen Road, Sidcup, Kent

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