This beautifully renovated 3 bedroom Victorian terraced house is brought to the market in excellent condition and has been reconfigured to fit the needs of a young family. Downstairs the reception and dining area is very much open and the bay window fills the space with light making the room bright and airy, the neutral decor gives the impression of simplicity and the hardwood floors add to the authenticity of this already characterful period property. The cream shaker style kitchen is fit for purpose and the real wood worktop gives the room a warm finish. The main bathroom is downstairs, this is seen as a drawback for many but for the sellers of this property, they have found this to be very practical with young children playing in the garden throughout summer. Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms, all of which are large enough to be considered doubles, as well as this the sellers have managed to fit an additional WC which could easily be converted to a shower room. This property also has the option to build into the side return and create a larger living area, this is something the current owners looked into and although they didn't go ahead with the plans there is certainly scope for extra space. As well as this there is also the possibility of extension at the rear of the property and potential to get an extra 2 bedrooms by converting the loft (subject to planning permission). The quiet suburban town of Wallington in south London sits halfway between its better-known neighbours Croydon and Sutton - and as a result, it's easily overlooked. But for those in the know, Wallington has the advantage of offering still relatively affordable family houses and three reputable grammar schools. Wallington station has trains to London Bridge in 26 minutes and Victoria in 42 minutes. Hackbridge station has 28-minute trains to Victoria, 34-minute Thameslink services to Blackfriars, 38 minutes to Farringdon and 43 minutes to St Pancras.