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Flexible two or three bedroom apartment

Lavish living space

Top-floor of an elegant detached home

Contemporary kitchen and bathroom

Off-street parking

Communal garden

A five-minute walk to Denmark Hill station

Chain Free

Taking the entire top-floor of a double-fronted detached home, is this two/three-bedroom apartment. Set in Camberwell Grove Conservation Area, it's just a five-minute walk to Zone 2 trains/Overground links at Denmark Hill. Chain free.

Once the Georgian's settled in Camberwell, the area flourished. Prime homes were built in what is now the Camberwell Grove Conservation Area, with the Victorians and Edwardians developing the area further. This detached villa is early Victorian, has three storeys and a sweeping gravel driveway with room for residents' off-street parking. There's a pillared Grecian entrance, saloon front doors and symmetrical sash windows; a gate to one side leads to the wide communal garden.

The owners have stripped out the flat, plastered, laid wood floors and refitted the kitchen and bathroom. Smart white kitchen units are topped by thick wood worktops and the large island can easily seat six. There's an ideal sofa zone beneath a giant Velux window with an integral blind. Casement windows have been added to dormers.

Fresh white bathroom additions include a back-to-wall W.C with a concealed cistern, a recessed basin, a bath positioned under the stars and a chrome-trimmed shower cubicle.

Choose to either use this as a luxuriant two-bedroom flat or a comfortable three-bedder—we have two floor plans that show it as either. Bedrooms, whichever way you use them, are all doubles with the largest two having space for fitted wardrobes.

Denmark Hill station in a five-minute walk, in Zone 2, has trains to Victoria (non-stop, 9-minutes) and London Bridge (around 15-minutes) plus London Overground links to Clapham Junction, Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington. Buses from central Camberwell travel into and across London with night-bus services to bring you home after hours.

This is a superb spot between De Crespigny Park and Love Walk, near Love Walk Café (a great brunch), King's College Hospital and every shop and convenience Camberwell has to offer. The Crooked Well on Grove Lane, Grove House on Camberwell Grove and The Sun at Camberwell are all excellent. You can enrol for tennis or yoga on Camberwell Grove or swim-and-gym at the leisure centre. Nearby Peckham and East Dulwich offer extra drinking, eating and shopping spots.

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