KEY FACTS FOR BUYERS
Mason Court, 12, Belvedere Road, London, SE19
An Analysis of This Property & The Local Area

I'm really happy to be selling this beautiful flat in a perfect location, right at the top of Belvedere Road (one of the best in Crystal Palace) and literally a stone's throw from The White Hart and other popular pubs, bars and restaurants of the much loved 'Crystal Palace Triangle'.

If you are looking for your first flat, this is so ideal, as it comes with two permits for the off-road carport and it has a private balcony - the perfect place to have breakfast or dinner on beautiful weather days, with wonderful views over South East London.

The owner has much improved the property over the last 3 years and these improvements include: A full re-wire with new fuse board consumer unit, new sliding patio doors, a new window for the bedroom, decking and breakfast bar for the balcony, a new entire kitchen, new tiles, bath and shower fittings in the bathroom, a new walk-in wardrobe and a full repaint throughout. As such the flat is in very good order.

Commuting options are brilliant too. Apart from the plethora of buses you can catch from the Crystal Palace parade, it's just 10 minutes walk to the BR station and that means London Bridge is 20 minutes away using national rail, or you can hop on the Overground service to Canada Water (20 minutes) and change for the Jubilee Underground Line, meaning Canary Wharf is a quick journey time door-to-door.

If you fancy a walk, there's an amazing 200 acres of the English Heritage protected Crystal Palace Park, complete with National Sports Centre if you want to get really active.

Service charges are low at under £70 per month, the ground rent is £10 per annum and there's 178 years remaining on the lease. Council Tax band is Bromley Band B.It's a must see flat and please do get in touch as a matter of urgency, as I expect this flat to be really popular due to it's wonderful location and contemporary style.

 

Key Features
Property Type
Self Contained Flat (Includes Maisonette / Apartment)
Bedrooms
0 Bedroom
Bathrooms
0 Bathroom
Outside Space
No Outside Space
Parking
No Parking
Key Details
Floor Area
495 ft2
46 m2
Plot Size
Council Tax
Band B
£1,351
Flood Risk
Very Low
Conservation Area
Belvedere Road, Anerley,Bromley
Land Registry
Tenure
Freehold
Title Number
SGL204263
Mobile, Broadband & TV
Estimated Broadband Speeds
Standard - 17 mbps
Superfast - 80 mbps
Ultrafast - 1000 mbps
Mobile Signal (based on calls indoors)
EE
O2
3 (Three)
Vodafone
Cable/Satellite TV Availability
BT:
Sky:
Virgin:
Street View
Satellite Image
The EPC report provides performance data to help you understand the property’s energy efficiency, and can also provide useful additional data regarding power outlets, glazing, hotwater and heating throughout the property.
EPC

Energy rating

C

MASON COURT, 12 BELVEDERE ROAD, SE19

Valid until 23.07.2031

Your energy rating is C(71) and your potential is C(74) A B C D E F G 92+ 81-91 69-80 55-68 39-54 21-38 1-20 Score Energy rating Current Potential 71 | C 74 | C
Additional EPC Data
Proprty Type: Flat Build Form: Semi-Detached
Transaction Type: Marketed sale Energy Tariff: Single
Main Fuel: Mains gas (not community) Main Gas: Yes
Floor Level: 02 Flat Top Storey: No
Top Storey: 0 Glazing Type: Double glazing, unknown install date
Previous Extension: 0 Open Fireplace: 0
Ventilation: Natural Walls: Cavity wall, as built, partial insulation (assumed)
Walls Energy: Average Roof: Pitched, limited insulation (assumed)
Roof Energy: Poor Main Heating: Boiler and radiators, mains gas
Main Heating Controls: Programmer, room thermostat and TRVs Hot Water System: From main system
Hot Water Energy Efficiency: Good Lighting: Low energy lighting in all fixed outlets
Floors: (another dwelling below) Total Floor Area: 46 m2
Average price changes for SE19
Detached
+ 91.6%
Semi-Detached
+ 94.32%
Terraced
+ 91.33%
Flat
+ 65.98%
Education Level
Nursery
Primary
Secondary / College
Primary / Secondary
Pin Colour Key (Based on inspection body ratings)
Highest
Lowest
Not Rated
Independent
Bus Stops/Stations
Pin Name Distance
Westow Park 0.07 miles
Westow Park 0.1 miles
Westow Street 0.11 miles
Westow Hill 0.16 miles
Westow Hill 0.21 miles
Local Connections
Pin Name Distance
Harrington Road Tram Stop 1.45 miles
Birkbeck Tram Stop 1.39 miles
Avenue Road Tram Stop 1.5 miles
Ferry Terminals
Pin Name Distance
Vauxhall St George Wharf Pier 5.21 miles
Masthouse Terrace Pier 5.5 miles
Battersea Power Station Pier 5.37 miles
National Rail Stations
Pin Name Distance
Crystal Palace Rail Station 0.35 miles
Gipsy Hill Rail Station 0.55 miles
Anerley Rail Station 0.7 miles
Trunk Roads/Motorways
Pin Name Distance
M23 J7 9.8 miles
M25 J6 10.94 miles
M25 J7 10.77 miles
M23 J8 10.8 miles
M25 J8 12.11 miles
Airports/Helipads
Pin Name Distance
Biggin Hill Airport 7.61 miles
London City Airport 8.21 miles
London Gatwick Airport 18.34 miles
London Heathrow Airport 16.55 miles
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