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Lawrie Park Avenue, London, SE26








2,621 sq ft

243 sq m

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Key features

  • Spacious Detached Mock Tudor Home
  • Prime Location
  • Multiple Vehicle Driveway
  • Flexible Living Spaces
  • Expansive Garden
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Additional Single/Study Room
  • Excellent Connectivity
  • Close to Quality Schools
  • Planning Permission for Further Bedroom, Bathroom, and Living Space


**Guide Price £1'450'000 - £1'500'000**

**Planning permission granted for the construction of a part one/part two storey extension to the rear and the construction of a dormer extension to the rear roof slope.**

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From the moment you set eyes on this property, you'll be captivated by its fantastic curb appeal. Nestled on a picturesque tree-lined road, this home exudes timeless charm and welcomes you with a sense of grandeur. The large driveway, capable of accommodating multiple vehicles, provides both convenience and a luxurious first impression.

Upon entering, you'll find yourself in a spacious and inviting hallway. To your right, the stylish kitchen/dining room beckons, creating a hub for family gatherings and entertaining. With its open layout, it's the ideal space for hosting friends or enjoying quality family time over meals, sharing stories, and discussing the day's events.

To the left of the hallway is the family room – a generously sized, bright, and welcoming space perfect for movie nights, game nights, and special occasions. This room is designed to accommodate everyone's enjoyment.

A significant bonus to this home is the additional living room and kitchen, a separate bedroom, and a bathroom. This self-contained section is ideal for guests, elderly parents, or providing teenage children with a bit of independence. It offers flexibility and the convenience of extended family living arrangements.

The garden is a splendid haven, providing a large and secure area for children to play, explore. For adults, it's an oasis for alfresco dining and relaxation during warm summer days. Imagine enjoying barbecues, picnics, or simply basking in the sun with your loved ones in this outdoor retreat.

The first floor boasts four double bedrooms. These rooms are versatile and can be customised to suit the needs of your family. Additionally, there is a fifth single bedroom that could be used as a study or nursery, catering to the diverse demands of modern family life.

The family bathroom, featuring a freestanding tub, a separate shower, and floor-to-ceiling tiling, is a spa-like space that promotes relaxation and tranquillity, ensuring that the entire family can unwind and refresh in style.

Schooling: The Sydenham Hill area is home to several highly-rated primary and secondary schools, offering a diverse range of educational options. These schools often receive accolades for their academic performance and the quality of teaching and facilities. These schools include Sydenham High School and Dulwich Collage.

Commuting: The area benefits from easy access to train stations and bus routes, ensuring a smooth and stress-free daily commute for working parents. This is particularly valuable for those who work in central London or other parts of the city.

Within a short walk is Crystal Palace Park. CPP is a wonderful green space in London with a rich history and a range of attractions and amenities that make it an attractive area for buyers looking to move to the neighbourhood. Some key features and benefits of Crystal Palace Park are;

Natural Beauty and Green Spaces: Crystal Palace Park is known for its stunning green areas, offering residents a serene escape from the city's hustle and bustle. The park features beautiful landscaping, including wide-open lawns, lakes, and wooded areas, making it a perfect place for relaxation, picnics, and outdoor activities.

Iconic Crystal Palace: The park is home to the iconic Crystal Palace, a former glass and iron structure that was relocated from Hyde Park in the 1850s and gave the park its name. Though the Crystal Palace itself was destroyed by fire in 1936, the park retains its historic charm, and there are plans to rebuild a new version of the Crystal Palace in the future.

Sports and Recreation: Crystal Palace Park offers a wide range of recreational facilities, including a sports centre, a swimming pool, and a boating lake. For fitness enthusiasts, there are plenty of opportunities for jogging, cycling, and various outdoor sports.

Dinosaurs and Statues: The park is famous for its collection of life-sized dinosaur sculptures, created in the 1850s by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins. These sculptures are a unique and educational attraction for families. Additionally, you can explore various statues and monuments scattered throughout the park.

Cafes and Amenities: Crystal Palace Park has cafes and amenities where you can grab a bite to eat, making it a convenient and enjoyable place to spend time with family and friends. It's an ideal spot for weekend outings.

Community Events: The park hosts a variety of community events and festivals throughout the year. These events can create a strong sense of community and offer opportunities to connect with neighbours and fellow residents.

In summary, this property is a dream home for families. It offers a combination of spacious living areas, private and shared spaces for every member, and a beautiful garden. With its timeless charm and modern amenities, this mock Tudor home provides the perfect backdrop for creating cherished family moments and memories. It's the place where you'll build a lifetime of happy experiences.


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Lawrie Park Avenue, London, SE26


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  • Sydenham Station0.2 miles
  • Penge East Station0.6 miles
  • Penge West Station0.7 miles
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