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image  Erlanger Road New Cross SE14, New Cross, London, SE14

image ££1,300,000

image 4 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Sold


 Telegraph Hill Conservation area
 Four bedrooms
 Semi detached Victorian house
 Beautiful established garden
 Extended kitchen/diner
 Two bathrooms
 Excellent transport links
 EPC rating D

Property Description

Superb four bedroom, two bathroom, semi detached Victorian house located in the ever popular Telegraph Hill Conservation area with excellent transport links, outstanding schools, attractive parks with a weekly local farmers market and an abundance of popular cafes, bars and restaurants. This stunning house has been maintained to a high standard throughout with many original features. Accommodation is comprised of entrance hall with solid wood parquet floor, reception with cast iron fireplace and marble surround with dividing doors leading to a second reception, modern fitted extended kitchen/diner, four bedrooms, and two family bathrooms. To the rear is a stunning well established garden. Further benefits include large basement currently used as a work shop and utility room.

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