3 bedroom property for saleEgmont Street, New Cross, SE14
- Hatcham Park Conservation Area
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Two Reception Rooms
- 45ft Garden
Rocodells are pleased to present this bright and spacious family home situated on a popular street within the Hatcham Park Conservation Area. This mid-terrace Victorian house was built circa. 1870, shortly after the Hatcham Park House was demolished to create several rows of terraces. These houses were built to a strict description which shows in the remaining period features both internally and externally.
Comprising of two large reception rooms to the front which have been opened up to create a large through lounge, a good sized kitchen diner to the rear with direct to the 45ft rear garden, three double bedrooms are on the first floor as well as a family bathroom and a cellar which provides useful storage space.
Situated just a short walk from zone 2 station (0.3 miles) New Cross Gate as well as just a 14 minute walk from New Cross (0.7 miles). Also within close proximity of Hatcham Temple Grove and Edmund Waller primary schools as well as Haberdashers’ Aske’s Hatcham College.
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