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Welcoming and smart

One bedroom

Large reception

First floor

Share of freehold

near Trains/Overground

Fantastic bars and shops

This neat one bedroom is on the first floor of an impressively handsome Victorian villa. Bright rooms, smart fittings and a handy location. Walk to Honor Oak Park station and fab local bars, restaurants and parks.

For those after a solid first buy, this welcoming home has the prettiest front garden and entrance. Being on the first floor makes it secure and warm and its position means the reception gets the morning sun while the evening sun settles on the bedroom side. It measures almost 500 feet square and has a kitchen clad in white units and a bathroom with a separate loo area.

The bedroom has honey-coloured carpet and two large windows overlooking gardens below. There's room for a dining table and sofas in the reception. Being situated at the back of the building, the flat features its own attic space which has been recently quoted for a conversion project which would make it into a two bed, two bath home.

Honor Oak Park station is a 10-13-minute walk, has regular trains to London Bridge (12-minutes travel time) and Victoria plus London Overground links to Canada Water, Whitechapel, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington.   

The building is on One Tree Hill which is a seven-hectare nature reserve and Site of Borough Importance for Nature Conservation. Views from the top are superb.

There are some lovely restaurants along Honor Oak's high street (a sourdough pizzeria, tapas bar and an excellent Italian) plus a Sainsbury's Local, a delicatessen, a beauty parlour and a gift shop. Forest Hill is a 15-minute walk for a large Sainsbury's, bars, artists' studios and restaurants while Horniman Museum and Gardens are also a 15-minute stroll away.

Beautiful Peckham Rye Park can be reached in 10-minutes and has an artisan café, community garden, Japanese garden, skate park, adventure playground, football areas and outdoor gym. Forest Hill Road has a useful parade of shops and two very good pubs (Watson's General Telegraph and The Herne Tavern) while nearby East Dulwich, Bellenden Road and Peckham have cinemas, supermarkets, restaurants and cocktail bars galore.

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