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4 Bedroom Terraced House, Elmers End Road, Beckenham, BR3

Elmers End Road, Beckenham, BR3


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90 Elmers End Rd, London

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Offered to the market chain free is this extensively remodelled and beautifully refurbished family home with a brick-built summerhouse in a convenient location for multiple transport links and highly desirable primary schools. Offering an abundance of living space over three floors ideal for growing families, there's also a generous southwest-facing garden and that incredibly useful and rather charming outhouse creating the ultimate work-from-home space. 

Having recently undergone an extensive refurbishment, this really is a turn-key opportunity, and with the benefit of it being chain free; it provides a stress-free solution for those in need of a larger home, especially one with a higher spec than your average home.

On the ground floor, there is a large semi-open plan kitchen adjoining a dining space large enough for a grand dining table, the space works well for larger gatherings but also for family meals or watching the kids doing homework whilst cooking!

The kitchen is high spec with quartz worktops and integrated Bosch appliances, which include dual ovens, a fridge, a freezer and a washing machine, all of which are included. The colour scheme works well, with beautifully contrasting blue and ivory units and bronze fittings that complement the units perfectly.

There’s underfloor heating which runs throughout the downstairs, from the kitchen and dining space and into the expansive living room at the rear, which is not only an incredibly energy-efficient way to heat your home but also feels lovely underfoot too.

To the rear is the reception room, which is an immense space; it’s super bright as well as very spacious; the skylights let in an incredible amount of light and, coupled with the large bi-folding doors and the southwest-facing aspect, create an incredibly well-lit space from late morning through to the evening when the sun sets in the west. With the bi-folding doors open, the flow between the garden and living space works so well, especially as the patio immediately off the house is at a very similar level and will allow for the garden to be a real extension of your living space when the weather allows.

On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom, all the bedrooms are generously sized and have quality double glazing, reducing any external noises to an absolute minimum and ensuring this home is an incredibly energy efficient one! All rooms have luxurious carpets, and the front bedroom has a large integrated wardrobe too. The bathroom has a rain shower over a full-size bath and is beautifully finished with luxury tiles and sanitary ware (note, heated towel rail & shower screen are yet to be installed).

On the top floor is the master suite, which is bright from morning through to the evening, with an east-facing skylight it gets the morning sun first thing, and the west-facing window overlooking the garden gets the afternoon and evening sun. There’s also an adjoining bathroom which is just pure luxury, with a large walk-in shower, fully tiled walls and, as you’d probably now expect – luxury high-spec sanitary ware too! There are some useful storage cupboards in the hall between the bedroom and bathroom as well as integrated wardrobes in the bedroom itself, further storage for lesser used items can be found in the eaves in both the bedroom and bathroom.

The garden is southwest facing, which really is the ideal aspect, it gets the sun from late morning through to the evening when it sets in the west, ideal for those summer BBQ's and parties. There's a large patio immediately off the house and a lawn which needs to establish itself. To the front of the house there is the ability to park a car at the front, but there is plentiful parking opposite on Birkbeck road too, so the new owner may want to build a small wall at the front to enclose the front and make a small front garden. 

We mentioned the outhouse earlier, and we really can’t stress enough how brilliant this space is; not only is it generously proportioned (282ft2) it’s properly brick built, has it’s own power supply, cat 6 cabling (for high-speed internet connectivity) and it also has it’s own boiler and heating which is entirely independent of the main house, there’s also a large American style fridge freezer and a working fireplace. With it’s exposed brickwork and extensive use of timber you’ll be forgiven for thinking you’re in an upmarket ski chalet or trendy Airbnb in the middle of nowhere; it’s an incredible escape space and would make a perfect place to work from, run a business from or just be the ultimate woman/man cave that will be the envy of your entire social circle!

Location-wise, the house is 150 yards from Birkbeck train & tram stop, getting you to Beckenham Junction in a few minutes, which opens up a direct link to both London Bridge & Victoria.

Clock House Station is 0.8 mi away and Anerley & Kent House Stations are only 0.7 mi away, although it’s unlikely you would use them with the tram stop being so close. The local schools are very sought after, with the most popular ones being Churchfields, Stuart Fleming (rated outstanding) and the perennially popular Balgowan primary school.

There are some useful amenities on your doorstep, including a smart dry cleaners, a barber that has been serving the local community for 18 years, a really helpful and very cheery post office, a reasonably sized co-op, a chippy with decent chips and we hear a soon-to-be reopened landmark café which was a huge hit with the local community. There’s also a vibrant street art scene in the local area, one which we personally endorse and encourage, and the immediate locality will be seeing more of very soon! There is also a genuine sense of community and togetherness with the local business owners and a collective feeling of responsibility to improve the appearance of the immediate locality.

Penge High Street is not far; for a wider selection of shops and there’s a larger Sainsburys there too. Beckenham High St would likely be your go-to for an evening out, owing to how accessible it is via the tram stop nearby, it offers a huge variety of restaurants providing a truly global selection of cuisines to choose from, as well as many cafes and coffee shops.

Elmers End is 0.5 mi away, where there is a large Tesco Supermarket and a train station taking you into Charing Cross and Canon St. There’s also South Norwood Country Park which offers 125 acres of parkland, wetlands and meadow, great for dog walking and exercising.





EPC Rating: D

Key Features

  • Stunningly Refurbished Family Home
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Large Open Plan Reception With Skylights and Bi-Folds
  • Underfloor Heating Downstairs
  • Luxury Kitchen With Bosch Appliances & Quartz Tops
  • 150 Yards To Birkbeck Station
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Property Details

  • Property type: Terraced House
  • Price Per Sq Foot: £328
  • Approx Sq Feet: 1,905 sqft
  • Plot Sq Feet: 2,120 sqft
  • Council Tax Band: D
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Location

Location-wise, the house is 150 yards from Birkbeck train & tram stop, getting you to Beckenham Junction in a few minutes, which opens up a direct link to both London Bridge & Victoria. Clock House Station is 0.8 mi away and Anerley & Kent House Stations are only 0.7 mi away, although it’s unlikely you would use them with the tram stop being so close. The local schools are very sought after, with the most popular ones being Churchfields, Stuart Fleming (rated outstanding) and the perennially popular Balgowan primary school. There are some useful amenities on your doorstep, including a smart dry cleaners, a barber that has been serving the local community for 18 years, a really helpful and very cheery post office, a reasonably sized co-op, a chippy with decent chips and we hear a soon-to-be reopened landmark café which was a huge hit with the local community. There’s also a vibrant street art scene in the local area, one which we personally endorse and encourage, and the immediate locality will be seeing more of very soon! There is also a genuine sense of community and togetherness with the local business owners and a collective feeling of responsibility to improve the appearance of the immediate locality. Penge High Street is not far; for a wider selection of shops and there’s a larger Sainsburys there too. Beckenham High St would likely be your go-to for an evening out, owing to how accessible it is via the tram stop nearby, it offers a huge variety of restaurants providing a truly global selection of cuisines to choose from, as well as many cafes and coffee shops. Elmers End is 0.5 mi away, where there is a large Tesco Supermarket and a train station taking you into Charing Cross and Canon St. There’s also South Norwood Country Park which offers 125 acres of parkland, wetlands and meadow, great for dog walking and exercising.

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