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A true secret escape

Beautiful interior

Two double bedrooms

Ground-floor flat in secure development

Bathed in natural light

Enormous shared roof terrace

Wonderful community

Very long lease

New kitchen, new windows

Newly buffed parquet floors

Perfectly bohemian, two-bed apartment in a secret sixties hideaway. Impeccable styling, communal roof terrace and a long lease. Find it just off Lordship Lane, minutes to the station, moments to the bars.

You wouldn't know about Shawbury Court unless you'd been invited there. Completely inconspicuous, there's an entrance from Shawbury Road. You take stairs up to fourteen properties, built over two storeys or levels, that share a colossal roof terrace.   

Being on the lower level of this development, you walk straight out to the shared terrace. As this is a 1960s build, the flat is exceptionally light with windows stretching from wall-to-wall. You have your own front door which opens to a wide hallway painted in deep blue-grey. There's one large double cupboard (with a boiler inside) and a separate hall cupboard. Both bedrooms are doubles, the second bedroom has a built-in wardrobe and original parquet flooring while the master is a larger room and carpeted. There's a neat, well-to-do bathroom with a white suite, built-in shelving behind the bath and a floor of tumbled tiles.

Then there's the living space—the stuff of interior magazines. The huge reception has finger parquet flooring, a dash of feature wallpaper, crisp white walls and stacks of space (a piano, several sofas, a sideboard and a large dining table all fit comfortably). There's an east and west double aspect (the best kind), through those extra-wide windows. The kitchen has been renovated, is suitably gorgeous and opens to the dining area. Cabinets and worktops are white, there's a botanically-themed splashback and wooden open shelves.

Recent works include new electric entrance gates, a newly fitted kitchen and freshly finished parquet floors.

East Dulwich station is an eight minute walk for trains to London Bridge, Peckham Rye and East Croydon. Denmark Hill is a little further for Zone 2 trains (non-stop Victoria services, London Bridge) and London Overground links (Clapham Junction, Canada Water, Whitechapel, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington. You can also catch a bus from Lordship Lane into the City and West End and night-bus services will bring you home again.

East Dulwich is packed with restaurants, bars and cafés. There's an M&S Foodhall, an excellent traditional butcher, a fishmonger, a cheese shop, a Co-operative supermarket and a large Sainsbury's at Denmark Hill. Explore the independent boutiques and Northcross Road Saturday market for one-off buys or tap into Oliver Bonas, White Stuff or Sweaty Betty.

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