Auckland Road, SE19, £325,000
Offered to the market with no onward chain, this exceptional one-bedroom apartment has been newly refurbished throughout, boasting modern decor, wooden floors and a private garden. A top-floor flat, the property has three storage areas in the eaves, plus multiple skylights, making this a bright space. Ideal for a first-time buyer.
Queen Mary Road, SE19, £315,000
This well presented and much-upgraded first-floor one-bedroom flat is located on a highly sought-after street. Sold with no onward chain and finished to an excellent standard, this bright flat is ideal for a first-time buyer. Key features include contemporary plantation shutters, a fully tiled bathroom, wooden flooring throughout and a bespoke kitchen with high-standard appliances.
Thicket Road, SE20, £325,000
A loft apartment occupying the top floor of a well-maintained Victorian building, this property is located directly opposite the lower lake of Crystal Palace park and available for sale with no onward chain. Notable features include a free-standing bath tub, a walk-in dressing area, plenty of storage space, Velux windows with black-out shades, a modern open-plan kitchen with mirrored backs and large communal rear garden.
Auckland Road, SE19, £450,000
Situated on the first floor of a newly developed Victorian property, this two-bedroom conversion flat comprises a large open-plan reception room/dining room/kitchen, two double bedrooms, a family bathroom and an en-suite shower room. The property benefits from a private garden to the rear, and has plenty of sash windows, making it a bright and attractive space.
Hamlet Road, SE19, £499,999
This two-bedroom flat resides within a striking period building. The flat has undergone an extensive refurbishment programme: it now offers an open-plan lounge with large bay windows and a newly fitted kitchen, two good-sized bedrooms and a modern tiled bathroom. Further benefits include wooden floors throughout, no onward chain and landscaped private garden with a terrace.
Whiteley Road, SE19, £450,000
This spacious, split-level Victorian property is located on one of Gipsy Hill's most sought-after streets. The brightly designed property occupies the top two floors of an attractive building: the reception room at the front has two large sash windows; the kitchen diner is a great spot for entertaining; there’s a study area at the top of the stairs, plus two great-sized double bedrooms and a modern bathroom.
Elderwood Place, SE19, £375,000
Set within a landmark residential development, this two-bedroom first-floor apartment offers unobstructed views onto Norwood Park. The stylishly presented property has been meticulously refurbished by the current owner to produce a flat bursting with character and high-quality finishes throughout – think white-washed wooden floors, a fully tiled bathroom and filament lighting.
Gipsy Hill, SE19, £625,000
This three-bedroom lateral flat occupies the entire ground floor of a grand stone period building, just moments from the Triangle’s range of shops and restaurants, the park and the train station. Original floorboards run throughout, and there are period fireplaces, cornicing and bay windows, but this property has a modern feel: the kitchen has an industrial edge, while the tiled bathroom is kfitted out in a contemporary style.
Hamlet Road, SE19, £1,295,000
This Grade II-listed, semi-detached Victorian villa has four bedrooms and some delightful period features, such as cornicing and timber sash windows. The kitchen has been extended to the rear and the side of the house to create a spacious and bright open-plan space for dining and entertaining. Bi-fold doors open onto a lovely west-facing rear garden, which extends to over 90ft.
Highland Road, SE19, £1,850,000
An imposing four double-bedroom detached home, Christ Church Gipsy Hill was originally built in 1867 by renowned architect John Giles, who designed the famous Langham Hotel just off Regent Street. On the market for just the second time in 150 years, this characterful home is split over five floors and features a range of period features such as stained-glass windows and solid oak doors, as well as a terrace and views over the capital.
Belvedere Road, SE19, £2,500,000
Located on one of Crystal Palace’s most sought-after streets, this recently refurbished, double-fronted Victorian house offers six spacious bedrooms and four bathrooms. As well as retaining some lovely period features (such as fireplaces and cornicing), it has been stylishly updated to give the place a bright, modern feel. The off-street parking can accommodate four cars, there’s a utility room in the cellar, and a decent-sized garden.