Beat the October Help to Buy Deadline – View Now! A fabulous contemporary, newly converted take on a traditional London Mews House. This one-bedroom end of terrace mews also has a fully fitted contemporary kitchen with integrated appliances, a study and a courtyard tucked away down a private lane.
ACCOMMODATION Designed and converted by London based property developers Bluecourt Properties LTD. Stator House is a unique and stylish new development of just four exclusive, one bedroom mews houses. Tucked away on a private lane, just off St Dunstan’s Road, a residential street in the heart of Norwood Junction. Its idyllic location is perfect for commuters, being only a 3-minute walk away with its mainline railway and overground links, you can reach Central London in just 12 minutes. Stator House’s enviable location is also surrounded by a great choice of lovely parks and green open spaces, South Norwood Recreation Ground, South Norwood Country Park and South Norwood Lake and Grounds whose beautiful lake is the largest body of water in the area, as well as its nature conservation and woodland. Norwood Junction hight street is moments away with its local shops, amenities, and eateries.
Laid out in a traditional mews style, you walk straight into the lovely open plan living space. You will immediately notice the stunning décor- engineered vinyl flooring, neutrally decorated throughout with a feature wall in structural plaster creating the perfect focal point to this modern space. The contemporary, fully fitted kitchen by Howdens is in a sleek matt grey colour palette, married with a white marble composite worktop and finished with a black mixer tap and composite sink. Fully integrated for added ease with Bosch and Zanussi appliances to include a ceramic hob, oven, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Your open plan living space opens on to your very own private courtyard, the perfect outdoor space for indoor-outdoor living.
Upstairs, a comfortable double bedroom and a study, a perfect work from home space or perhaps you’re very own dressing room. The luxury bathroom suite with white sanitaryware is beautifully finished with wall and floor tiles. Comprising of a wall hung WC with concealed cistern, full sized bath with filler, rain head shower head and shower screen. A vanity unit and mirror cabinet is perfect for storing away toiletries and the electric heated towel rail is great for warming your wet towels on. Bluecourt Properties’ attention to detail is evident in its design specification, from the underfloor heating, the Wi-Fi smart thermostat, to the sleek black taps.
Tenure: Freehold, Service charge: TBA, council tax band TBA.
LOCATION Norwood, whose name is derived from ‘North Wood’ formerly covered the hilly country of north Croydon. It is one of the highest areas in the London area, offering panoramic views towards central London, central Croydon and the North Downs. As well as being one of the greenest areas in London, its southeast border is dominated by South Norwood Country Park, a 125-acre parkland. You’ll also find South Norwood Recreation Ground, Grangewood Park and South Norwood Lake and its surrounding park to also enjoy. Norwood’s history dates back to the 1700’s, but today it is a diverse district with a mixture of urban, residential and surrounded by a plethora of woodland and greenery. Its location is within easy reach of Central London with Norwood Junction station offering fast links via mainline railway and overground services.
The bustling high street includes a number of banks, eateries, shops and other amenities. With a good selection of places to grab a bite, you could try Yeha Noha Cafe with its eclectic European menu offering traditional Polish dishes, Italian salads, and paninis. Perhaps you would prefer trying Mamma Dough’s much loved sourdough pizzas! South Norwood is home to the famous BRIT School for performing arts and technology, which has had its fair share of famous alumni, as well as Selhurst Park stadium, home to Crystal Palace football club. There is also two leisure centres, a sports arena and a running track for any sports enthusiasts. For a more extensive range of shops, eateries and leisure, head to Crystal Palace. Crystal Palace Park is a great place for the whole family, the Victorian pleasure park has its own maze, sports arena, fishing lake and dinosaur park. The well-known, Crystal Palace Triangle has a large number of restaurants and several independent shops, as well as a sprawling indoor second-hand market on Haynes Lane.
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