Recently extended over the side return and out to the rear, the kitchen/diner in this family home has some enviable additions. There's underfloor heating, a cream enamel Britannia freestanding range (plate warmer, fish plate, 4-ring hob), kitchen island with integral microwave and a quartz worktop. Extra larder space has been built towards the rear of the room, four skylights are fitted above and dark framed bi-fold doors open out to the garden. With an ideal aspect (south west|), the garden has a stone patio, lawn, raised decked terrace at the very rear and established borders.
Double doors from the kitchen open to an elegant reception which has polished floorboards, cast iron radiators, an original fireplace, a sash bay window and bespoke alcove storage. There's a ground-floor cloakroom and huge hall cupboards under the stairs. Four of the bedrooms are doubles, the fifth is a large single and part of the loft conversion. Taking the width of the house, what was originally the master bedroom has stripped floorboards, an original fireplace and sash windows. The second bedrooms has floor-to-ceiling alcove wardrobes, bookshelves and painted floorboards, the third overlooks the garden and has a sunny double aspect while the family bathroom has a modern white suite and a shower over the bath. The loft extension has created two bedrooms, the largest having a Juliet balcony overlooking the garden, access to masses of eaves storage and a contemporary en suite shower room with a rainfall shower.
Zone 2 trains at Peckham Rye travel to London Bridge, Victoria, Elephant & Castle, Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon and St Pancras. You can also pick up London Overground services to Clapham Junction, Canada Water, Whitechapel, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington. Local schools include Ivydale Primary and two OFSTED "outstanding" Harris academies on Peckham Rye. You'll find artisan butchers, craft beer stockists and sourdough pizzerias on every nearby high street and you're close to a few. Nunhead's is a 5-minute walk, Peckham is brimming with bars, street food pop-ups and restaurants worthy of a pat on the back from Jay Rayner. Bellenden Road is supremely hip while Lordship Lane in East Dulwich is as far as a walk across Peckham Rye Park. The location is truly unbeatable.
*Please note that this home is owned by a member of the Roy Brooks team and she's loved living here. ...Read Less
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