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This well presented one bed Victorian conversion (484 Sq. Ft) is situated on the ever Popular Honor Oak Park.
Found on the first floor, this light & bright flat is ideal from any first-time buyer who is looking for a property close to exceptional transport links, as well as a trendy parade of shops locally.
The open plan kitchen living room is ideal for entertaining, and has solid wood flooring throughout. The generous master bedroom and en-suite can be found to the rear of the property.
A stone from away from Honor Oak Park station, this flat is ideally situated if you want to use National Rail to access London Bridge of Victoria stations, along with the London Overground line which takes you to Highbury & Islington. The ever-popular Honor Oak Park parade is conveniently located with its many excellent restaurants, bars, pubs and shops all located within a short walk.
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