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Beautifully turned-out home

Three double bedrooms


Double reception

Cottage garden

Handmade plywood storage

Utility area

Brick-built BBQ

Close to trains and Overground

Great lcoal schools

Wholly gorgeous three double bedroom home with artistic cabinetry, a kitchen/diner, double reception, utility, cellar and charmer of a garden. 5/7-minutes to Queen's Road, 6/9-minutes to Nunhead and having great local schools.

This utterly lovely Victorian terrace has been carefully renovated and improved. The double reception has a woodburning stove, floating bookshelves in every alcove and downlighters recessed in to the ceiling. Wooden French doors open to the garden, deck-style wood flooring is fitted and old-school radiators are installed. It's rather fortunate that there's a side bay window in the rear kitchen/diner—it's the perfect dining spot. Kitchen units are white, there's a built-in double oven and an integrated dishwasher. Ingenious plywood carpentry has created extra storage opposite the utility area. Outside, there's a hand-built brick BBQ, a paved patio and a garden thick with florals, herbs, climbers and wildflowers.

Upstairs, all three bedrooms are roomy doubles, while the master has beautifully made, bespoke plywood wardrobes (and drawers), running across one wall. The third bedroom is currently used as a textile studio while the second bedroom is set up as a home-office. The bathroom won't disappoint either; it's as beautifully finished as the rest of the house.

Walk to Queen's Road station in five/seven minutes for Zone 2 trains (London Bridge) and London Overground links (Clapham Junction, Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington). Nunhead station is a six/nine minute walk for alternative Zone 2 trains (Victoria, Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon and St Pancras). Primary age children can attend St Mary Magdalene (CofE) or Hollydale, both are rated 'good' by Ofsted. Older kids do well at St Thomas the Apostle and either of the Peckham Rye Harris academies, which are both Ofsted 'outstanding.'

Peckham has the hippest bars and hangouts around. Peckham Levels, the Bussey Building, Frank's, Peckham Springs, Peckham Bazaar and Forza Win are a few of the best places to eat, drink and enjoy. There's also a multi-screen cinema, several high street chains stores, a couple of supermarkets, art galleries, a leisure centre and a regular farmers' market. Nunhead has a high street lined with good independent shops, a sourdough pizzeria and a couple of high-end gift and homeware outlets.

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