Built in 1859 is this unique converted school house. Re-modelled into a four bedroom semi detached family home with a modern twist but keeping its attractive period features.
- Converted School House
- Four Bedrooms
- Semi Detached
- Family Bathroom
- Rear Garden
- Gated Off Street Parking
- Close To Bexley & Albany Park Stations
Original entrance door to front, built in cupboard, leaded window to rear, original stripped wood flooring.Lounge: 4.01m x 3.56m into bay
Bay leaded window to front, wall mounted lights, two radiators, original stripped wood flooring, original fireplace.Dining Room: 3.84m x 3.38m
Open to kitchen, original stripped wood flooring.Kitchen: 3.68m x 3.15m
Leaded window to rear, original door to rear leading to garden, two skylights, range of country style wall and base units with solid oak worktop over, butler sink with mixer tap, space for range oven, integrated dishwasher, washing machine and fridge freezer, part tiled walls, tiled flooring, spotlights.Bedroom Three: 3.56m x 2.74m
Leaded window, to front and rear, radiator, carpet.Bedroom Four: 4.01m x 2.24m
Two leaded windows to side, original fireplace, carpet, radiator.Bathroom/Wet Room: 2.34m x 2.24m
Window to side, original freestanding cast iron bath, low level WC, circular sink with mixer tap, heated towel rail, part tiled splashback, tiled flooring, walk in wet room.Landing:
Carpet, stairs to first floor.Master Bedroom: 3.56m x 3.25m
Leaded windows to front, radiator, wall mounted lights, carpet.Bedroom Two: 3.84m x 2.74m
Leaded window to rear, original fireplace, radiator, carpet.Front Garden:
Shingle, fenced, hedges, ample off road parking.Rear Garden:
Decked area, lawn area, fenced, walled, shed, outdoor tap and light.
Other FeaturesBuilt in 1859 by Western Wood, owner of former North Cray Place, is this unique converted school house. Situated in a semi-rural area with lovely routes including Joydens Wood, Foots Cray Meadows, Honeydale Tea Rooms and Ruxley Garden centre. Re-modelled as now a four bedroom semi detached family home with a modern twist but keeping its attractive period features including; original working fireplaces, stripped wood floorboards, feature windows and arched front door, original cast iron bath circa 1900 by French designer Jacob Delafon.
North Cray Road is situated within easy access of Sidcup High Street and Bexley Village. Bexley Village is the heart of the local community and the pretty High Street has resisted turning into another cloned shopping destination. Both Sidcup and Bexley are brimming with pubs and restaurants, with friendly ‘locals’ serving the community.
Commuters use Sidcup train station for a direct service into Central London, with journey times from 18 minutes. Bexley also has its own train station.
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