This lovely three bedroom house is generously arranged over three floors and offers a superb open-plan kitchen / dining room, bright and airy reception room, fantastic private garden and off-street parking.
- Fantastic three bedroom town house
- Superb reception room flooded with natural light
- Sleek modern kitchen with integrated appliances
- Spacious dining room with bi-fold doors
- Three well-proportioned double bedrooms
- Lovely private garden
- Bathroom and additional WC
- Off-street parking
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Shirley Row is a quiet residential road enviably situated adjacent to South Norwood Lake which is a picturesque open space as well as being in close proximity to both South Norwood and Crystal Palace.
South Norwood locals have kindly shared their favourite places to go...
Organic food, homemade stuff, including cakes and pastries, meditation evenings, live music at the weekends, an outside terrace and a really funky interior... Love it!!
A charming and homely pub with a good vibe. There are different bar areas each with its own character. Good selection of keg and cask ales and a open kitchen serving good, reasonably priced food. The staff are very friendly and the service good. It has a quiz night on Mondays, compered by a charming and entertaining quiz master.
South Norwood Lake and Grounds
Feeding the ducks on South Norwood Lake is a great way to escape city life.
Norwood Junction station
Thameslink London Overground Southern lines,
London Overground Southern lines, Zone: 4
- Admin fee:
- £250 (inc. VAT) One-off payment, per person, at start of tenancy
- Additional costs:
- Other terms & fees may apply
- £2,562 (6 weeks rent)
- Council tax:
- £2,001 per year (Band E)
- Local authority:
- Total Sq Ft:
- 1,232 (114 Sq M) approx.
Council tax is given as a guide only and should be checked and confirmed before exchange of contracts.
Energy Performance Certificates
The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives the building a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade from 'A' to 'G', where 'A' is the most efficient and 'D' being the average to date.