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Norwood Road, West Norwood, SE27 9AWNorwood Road, West Norwood, SE27 9AWNorwood Road, West Norwood, SE27 9AWNorwood Road, West Norwood, SE27 9AW

Norwood Road, West Norwood, SE27 9AW

 
Guide Price £3,000,000 | For Sale | Detached House | 10 Bedrooms

Investment / Development Opportunity....... Large grade ll listed detached Georgian residence which has been in the same family ownership for over 120 years. The property has a combined GIA of approximately 3,275 sq ft and is currently split into 3 units.

Location:
The site is located between Brixton to the North, Dulwich to the East, Crystal Palace to the South and Streatham to the West. Extensive regeneration has taken place in West Norwood and Tulse Hill transforming the area into a desirable place to live

Tulse Hill British Rail Station is just 0.1 mile away

Description:


C.S.J
Property Agents are delighted to offer this Large grade ll listed detached Georgian residence which has been in the same family ownership for over 120 years and a parcel of land to the rear.

The property has a combined GIA of approximately 3,275 sq ft and is currently split into 3 residential units. It is felt the property would make an ideal Nursery, hotel / guest house, care home or Residential development all subject to the relevant consents

Terms All offers will be considered including STP and JV's Guide Price 3,000,000

Viewing:
Contact sole agents CSJ Property

Matthew Pomeroy 020 8296 1270


matt@csj.eu.com
Viewings are strictly by appointment only

Planning:
It is felt the property would suit complete re development or change of use to either nursery, hotel / guest house or care home all subject to the relevant consents

What the vendors say:
Dating from around the 1700's, the White House is the oldest house in West Norwood. Over the years, it has been used for many things. It is reported to have been the Country residence of the Astronomer Royal. It had a laundry to the left; it was a teaching school, and a dance school, and during the war it was an ARP station. We know the left side housed the Stables and hay loft above and the main house had servant quarters in the basement with the main residence upstairs. As the cost of upkeep increased, it was used as a guest house for well over 30 years.

The Mark family, namely, Walter Mark moved in circa 120 years ago. Walter was a builder and built many 100's of residences all over South London. He also was acquainted with Sir Hiram Maxim (the inventor of the machine gun).One project that we think he worked on was the Maxim flying machine. (I have a picture on the press launch day with Walter and Hiram on the balcony together watching the press on the lower balcony).

One of his sons George, had three children, who were all born in what is now the dining room. Two of those children lived most if not all of their life together with their children and in one case children's children, so it has been a real family house.

Since then many changes have happened in West Norwood except at the White House. One of those children was my father, so I am the fourth generation at the White House. However, the time has now arrived for me to move on and let go, as I have a fantastic opportunity to expand my business. Such growth and development can be best served at a different location.

It is my sincere hope and good wish that the new custodian will have a long and happy association with the White House and enjoy their time here as much as I have done.

Phone 020 8296 1270 and quote ref: 11764 Email info@csj.eu.com
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