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Four double bedrooms

Top-notch kitchen

Large rear reception

Bathroom, two shower rooms

Downstairs cloakroom

Masses of storage

South west garden

Near two Zone stations

Fantastic area

Glamourous four double bedroom house with lavish living space, three bathrooms and a south westerly garden. Five minutes to Zone 2 trains/Overground at Queen's Road or Nunhead stations and ten to beautiful Telegraph Hill Park.

Almost exactly between Queen's Road and Nunhead stations is this ultra-modern contemporary home. It measures a remarkable 1758 square feet and has a layout fine-tuned for growing families. On the ground-floor is a super-luxurious kitchen with handleless units, a column-fitted double oven and inset gas hob. There's a downstairs cloakroom, understairs cupboard, large storage room and steps to a gloriously light rear reception with wall-to-wall garden doors and two skylights. Underfloor heating is fitted across the entire ground floor and in every bathroom.

All four bedrooms are roomy doubles; the master has an en suite shower room, handmade drawers and twin double wardrobes. There's a family bathroom with a shower over the bath, twin recessed basins and plenty of vanity storage. The two top-floor bedrooms have fitted wardrobes, there's a large shower room, two hall cupboards and the boiler room doubles up as a home-office. The garden faces south west, has a lower al-fresco terrace and raised upper garden.

Walk to Queen's Road station for Zone 2 trains to London Bridge and Victoria plus London Overground links to Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington. Nunhead trains (also Zone 2) travel to Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon,St Pancras and Victoria. Local primary schools include Hollydale and Edmund Waller while St Thomas the Apostle and both Harris academies at Peckham Rye have been rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted. Shops along Nunhead's high street include a fishmonger, butcher, bakery, bicycle shop and craft beer bar. Telegraph Hill Park holds a regular farmers' market and has incredible views across London.

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