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Floor Plan 1

3 double bedrooms

double reception

extended kitchen

bathroom and wet room

large cellar

good-size garden

lovely interior

newly refurbished

near trains, shops, schools

Just around the corner from Nunhead's high street and only a 2-minute walk from the station, is this short row of exceptionally pretty Victorian workers' cottages. They're distinctive, charming and have larger gardens than you'd expect. This particular house has been beautifully refurbished and extended to create family-friendly space. The facade has been sandblasted, repointed and repainted and a new wooden front door has been fitted. New engineered wood flooring is laid in the bright and airy double reception, there's an exposed brick fireplace hole in the chimney breast and ample room for sofas at the front and a dining table to the rear. Under the staircase you have access to a large half-height cellar, the brand new wet room includes a downstairs loo and the kitchen has been artfully extended at the back of the house. Cashmere-colour handleless units are fitted, the worktop is wood, there's a built-in oven, inset gas hob, an integrated dishwasher and space for either a tall or an American-style fridge/freezer. The (separate) utility room includes a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. Lights are recessed into the ceiling, the floor is tiled and the combi boiler is concealed inside a wall unit.

New grey carpet covered hallways, stairs and bedrooms. All three bedrooms are doubles, the master has twin sash windows while the second and third bedrooms overlook gardens below. The newly-fitted family bathroom includes a shower over the bath, a basin half-recessed into a vanity unit, a loo, heated towel rail and a mirrored medicine cabinet. Outside the garden is around 67ft long with tidy fencing and a decent lawn. Attic space has been newly insulated and the house has been completely rewired.

Nunhead station is a 2-minute walk, in Zone 2 and has regular trains to Peckham Rye, Elephant & Castle, Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon and St Pancras. A 15-minute walk gets you to Peckham Rye or Brockley stations, both in Zone 2 and having trains to London Bridge and Victoria plus London Overground links to Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington. Local primary schools include Hollydale and St Mary Magdalene while older children can apply to St Thomas the Apostle or either Harris academy at Peckham Rye - all of which have been rated "outstanding" by Ofsted. Nunhead's high street has a good selection of independent shops including a craft beer bar, excellent fishmonger, wine and cheese shop, sourdough pizza restaurant, florist, bicycle shop and a mini-mart. You can walk to both Telegraph Hill Park and Peckham Rye and also have the very beautiful Nunhead Cemetery on your doorstep. An excellent range of bars, restaurants, shops, markets and cinemas are found in nearby Peckham, East Dulwich, Brockley and New Cross.

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