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This is a stunning second floor, two bedroom apartment which has its own private balcony.
There are two storage cupboards off the hallway and an open planned kitchen/dining room.
Located in an exciting metropolis of Croydon and nestled in between Steatham, Norwood and Crystal Palace lies the thriving area of Thornton Heath. With its quality local schools, excellent leisure facilities and plenty of open green spaces, the area is quickly gaining popularity amongst families and young professionals.
Outstanding local amenities include the 8m Leisure Centre on the High Street, which provides exceptional modern sports and swimming facilities, whilst a range of parks and open spaces including Grangewood Park's extensive oak woodland, ornamental gardens and playgrounds provide a sanctuary from every day city life.
The area has also seen improvements to its landmarks and cultural destinations thanks to a recent 3 million regeneration scheme. The Thornton Heath library has re-opened with a flair of modernity whilst the Grade II - listed Edwardian Stanley Halls has become a leading venue for theatre, music, dance and art. West Norwood Picturehouse with it's new caf and four screen cinema provide state of the art entertainment and those with an interest in football can also enjoy all the action and roars at Crystal Palace's Selhurst Park stadium.
Grove Lodge development sits on a quiet residential street just off of the bustling high street meaning residents can benefit from an abundance of local supermarkets and amenities whilst still enjoying the peace and quiet of the surrounding area.
South of Thornton Heath and only 10 minutes by car is Croydon town centre, an area which has undergone substantial transformation in recent years. Once a showcase of 1960s urban infrastructure, the centre of Croydon is in the midst of a 5.25 billion redevelopment project attracting a thriving start-up culture and an exciting variety of eateries, shops and local businesses.
To the East - and also 10 minutes by car - lies Crystal Palace, one of the highest places in the city with amazing views of London. The popular central "Triangle" is packed full of thriving restaurants, bars and boutique shops suitable for every budget and Crystal Palace park with it's rich history and modern recreational additions attracts families from all localities.