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Overview

Once in a while a house comes to market that truly has the WOW factor, this fabulous house definitely does. The current owners have renovated the house to an outstanding standard.   The moment you approach you know you are in for a treat, the front garden has been landscaped to create a beautiful welcome.   

Inside, there is solid oak floor throughout, and a neutral yet modern palette. The large living room is the perfect oasis to relax in the evening, with its elevated aspect and impeccable finish. The stunning light hallway leads to the kitchen diner, again the crisp modern feel takes your breath away. The kitchen is stunning, the soft grey units are matched with an island, that has a soft grey granite work top that falls all the way to the floor giving an elegant finish. There is plenty of space for a large dining table, ideal for dinner parties and cosy suppers alike.

Upstairs there are three bright bedrooms, again the finish is flawless. The rear bedroom boasts a bank of fitted wardrobes so the fashionista of the house will not be disappointed.

Perfect family home!

DIRECTIONS
Temple Road runs off of St Peters Road (B274) and is superbly located for both South and East Croydon mainline stations.
Central Croydon is within easy walking distance with the town centre offering a huge variety of commercial and entertainment facilities with the highly anticipated Westfield development due to start work in 2019.

TRANSPORT
Located just 0.3 from South Croydon train station, and just over half a miles to East Croydon.   There are a multiude of buses moments away.

SCHOOLS – INFANTS & PRIMARY
Parkhill school and Heathfield Academy are both less than 1/2 a mile away

SCHOOLS – SECONDARY & COLLEGE
Archbishop Tenison and Coombe Wood High schools are both less then 0.8 miles away.

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Local Information

Restaurants:


Croydon’s hugely-popular Restaurant Quarter in South End, has an amazing array of eateries inspired by cultures from home and across the globe, which even the fussiest of eaters would be hard-pressed to complain about.

Dining options in South Croydon also include The Treehouse, which has its own signature burger, nearby the Croydon Steak House, opened in 1967, pledges “a steak as big as you like”. Galicia offers Spanish tapas and Khyber’s menu features classical Indian dishes with a contemporary twist.

For Italian food lovers, Ponte Nuovo pledges a touch of Milan glamour with its cool bright interior while Beijing Cottage’s menu features Peking and Cantonese cuisine from delicious duck to luscious lobster.

A short walk south to the end of the restaurant quarter, you’ll find Bagatti’s, a popular Italian that’s been in the area for 25 years, serving up the likes of antipasti and bruschetta, cuttlefish and raw beef.

Just a few doors away is Malcolm John’s Michelin-listed Brasserie Vacherin, a French bistro with moules marineres (mussels in white wine and shallot sauce), smoked duck and lamb brochette on its menu. The stylish Txt Bar offers contemporary bar food such as platters, pulled pork burgers and halloumi wraps.

In the heart of central Croydon, at the Clocktower Café, you’ll find the perfect place to combine culture, coffee (or Fairtrade Tea) and cake. This eaterie is based in the Croydon Clocktower, home to Croydon museum, library and David Lean cinema.

Yet, if you fancy something stronger, just next door is The Spread Eagle ale and pie house (with plenty of other dishes on the menu if pie isn’t your thing), set in a former bank and presided over by a golden eagle statue.

Another venue that combines culture and food is Matthew’s Yard, which has an art gallery and studios, with Hoodoo’s serving tea and coffee, and BRGR & Beer offering home-made organic beef burgers and craft beers. And if you want something swift and al fresco, why not try out Surrey Street Market’s food to go stalls. The market is something of an institution in Croydon, dating back to 1237 and is well supported by locals.

Local Schools:
Park Hill Primary
Archbishop Tenisons
St Marys High School
Ark Oval Primary School

Transport:
East Croydon Station – zone 5
West Croydon Station, West Croydon Bus Station
George Street Tram Stop, Reeves Corner Tramstop

Surgeries:
Edridge Road Community Health Centre

Hospital:
Croydon University Hospital

Police Station:
Croydon Police Station

Local Park:
Queens Park

Local council:
London borough of Croydon


Croydon Council Tax Bands 2018-2019

BandTotal
Band A£1,091.30
Band B£1,273.20
Band C£1,455.07
Band D£1,636.96
Band E£2,000.72
Band F£2,364.50
Band G£2,728.26
Band H£2,728.26

Local Schools:
Gonville Primary
West Thornton Primary School
Elmwood Primary
Whitehorse Manor
St Marys High School
Archbishop Lanfranc Secondary School

Transport:
West Croydon Station – zone 5, West Croydon Bus Station
West Croydon Tram Stop, Tamworth Road Tram stop

Surgeries:
The Whitehorse Practise

Hospital:
Croydon University Hospital

Police Station:
Croydon Police Station

Local Council:
London borough of Croydon


Croydon Council Tax Bands 2018-2019

BandTotal
Band A£1,091.30
Band B£1,273.20
Band C£1,455.07
Band D£1,636.96
Band E£2,000.72
Band F£2,364.50
Band G£2,728.26
Band H£2,728.26

Local Schools:
Harris Academy Purley
Whitgift School
Parish Church Primary
Howard Primary School
Aerodrome Primary School

Transport:
Waddon Station – zone 5
Waddon March Tram Stop

Surgeries:
Violet Lane Medical Practice

Hospital:
Croydon University Hospital

Police Station:
Croydon Police Station

Local Park:
Duppas Hill, Purley Way Playing Fields

Local Council:
London Borough Of Croydon


Croydon Council Tax Bands 2018-2019

BandTotal
Band A£1,091.30
Band B£1,273.20
Band C£1,455.07
Band D£1,636.96
Band E£2,000.72
Band F£2,364.50
Band G£2,728.26
Band H£2,728.26

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