Overview This one-bedroom flat is the perfect pad for someone who wants to be close to everything. Situated just a stone’s throw away from East Croydon Train Station, you’ll have easy access to the city and beyond. Plus, Croydon Town…
This one-bedroom flat is the perfect pad for someone who wants to be close to everything. Situated just a stone’s throw away from East Croydon Train Station, you’ll have easy access to the city and beyond. Plus, Croydon Town Centre is just a short stroll away, meaning you’ll never have to go far for all your shopping, dining, and entertainment needs.
Inside the flat, you’ll find a spacious and bright living area that’s just begging to be personalised with your own sense of style. Need some fresh air? Step out onto your own private balcony and enjoy a cup of coffee while soaking up the morning sun.
The bedroom is cosy and offers the perfect space to relax and unwind after a long day. And with an EPC rating of D and a council tax band C, you’ll have peace of mind when it comes to your utilities.
So, if you’re looking for a one-bedroom flat that’s close to amenities and transportation, don’t miss out on this gem. Give us a shout today to book a viewing
The London borough of Croydon is vibrant and buzzy, covering a vast area beyond the town centre. Its northern, urban suburbs border London and its quieter southern suburbs surround Surrey. Outside of Central London, Croydon is the largest commercial district in England, with its extensive shopping district and nightlife culture offering an array of options to choose from. You may like to go to Box Park with friends, best known for its street food, bars, and entertainment all under one roof. We personally love The Store in South Croydon (which is conveniently only a 3 minute walk from Sophia Court) for its simply exquisite food and drinks menu! Not only that, the chic bar has stunning interiors that were restored from its former J Sainsbury supermarket, dating back to the 1800’s.
There is an array of leisure activities locally-VUE cinema, Get Fired pottery painting, The Museum of Croydon and Oxygen Freejumping. Don’t be fooled, Croydon is also surrounded by various green open spaces to enjoy, whether it’s Duppas Hill Recreational Ground or Wandle Park. Perhaps shopping is more your thing? The large superstores on the Purley Way offer an array of big names from IKEA and Homesense, to TK MAXX. There is literally something for everyone.