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Superior styling

Three double bedrooms

Kitchen/diner

Split level and on two storeys

Recently refurbished

Victorian terrace

Lovely street

Close to trains/Overground

Chain free

A remarkably beautiful three double bedroom apartment over two floors of a Victorian terrace. Recently refurb'ed, flawlessly styled and comes with the freehold for the whole building. Walk to Nunhead and Brockley stations. Chain free.


Over the past two years, this apartment has had a top-to-toe, inch-by-inch makeover worthy of several Pinterest boards. Living space has been created from the loft. The kitchen/diner overlooks rear gardens via an oversized floor-to-ceiling window while two skylights make cooking under the stars a reality. Cabinets are white, handless and plentiful. There's an induction hob, an integrated dishwasher, a built-in oven and space for a tall fridge/freezer.

Down a short flight of (black painted) stairs, past an exposed brick wall, is a sitting room with an old-school radiator, downlighters recessed into the ceiling and a large rear window.

All three bedrooms are doubles and gorgeously turned-out. The master has twin windows facing the street, a fireplace with the original mantlepiece, picture rails, sisal carpet and contemporary, handmade wardrobes. There's another original mantelpiece in the second bedroom and both this and the third double have particularly pleasant carpets. The bathroom has geometric tiles across the floor and the bath panel, with contrasting herringbone tiles in the shower area. There's a basin recessed into a wide vanity unit, an oversized rainfall shower rose and there's also a large linen cupboard.

The flat is being sold with the freehold for the whole building.

Walk to Nunhead trains in 10/14-minutes for Zone 2 links to Victoria, Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon and St Pancras. Brockley station is a 14/19-minute walk, in Zone 2, has London Bridge trains and London Overground services to Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington. You could also take a train one stop from Nunhead to change at Peckham Rye. This is a very pleasant street, moments from Peckham Rye Park and around the corner from our favourite pub, The Ivyhouse (London's first co-operatively-owned boozer). The park is fringed by many great pubs, cafés and eateries, while Nunhead, Peckham, Brockley and East Dulwich offer a superior mix of independent shops, restaurants, food markets, supermarkets, cinemas and particularly hip evenings out.

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