A lovely detached family house dating from the 1930's, with a good sized garden, plenty of parking, garage and very useful attic room.
10 Sydenham Road South is a good sized detached 1930's house in a popular residential location close to the town centre yet brilliantly tucked away off the main roads.
With a tarmac driveway to the front, the house is nicely set back from the road with plenty of parking space and an integral single garage. The rear garden is well enclosed and is laid mostly to lawn with a wide patio immediately to the rear of the house. At the far end of the garden is the summerhouse which is insulated and features an electric supply, thus making it ideal for evening entertainment.
The central entrance door provides access to the hallway with doors leading off. To the right is the front to back sitting room with a window to the front elevation and double opening doors to the garden at the rear. Across the hall is the dining room, another generous reception room, with a cloakroom dead ahead.
The kitchen/breakfast room is diagonally left with a range of cupboard and drawer units and a further door in to the extended garden room, with skylights and further doors in to the garden. Left from the kitchen is the utility room, with a further range of cupboard and drawer units, secondary sink, door to the side and a door in to the single garage.
On the first floor are four double bedrooms including a main bedroom with an en suite shower room and a walk in wardrobe, with a family bathroom serving the remaining three bedrooms. A set of steps leads up to the attic room which is currently used as a storage and office space.
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I adore 1930's architecture as they represent a brilliant combination of lovely room sizes and solid buildings.Chris Jarrett