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Two double bedrooms

Private front door

Huge, south west shared garden

Direct garden access

Impeccable styling

Double glazed windows

Fabulous area

Long lease

Great local highlights

Ten minutes to Honor Oak Park trains

Large, light and lovely two-double-bed flat with a door to a whopping communal garden. Long lease, short walk to trains/Overground services at Honor Oak Park. Fabulous local shops, schools, restaurants and bars. Simple chain-free sale.

The garden behind these purpose-built apartments is, frankly, enormous. What's more, it faces directly south west, and you reach it from a door in the kitchen. These six purpose-built homes are set in good-looking post-war buildings set way back from the street, having a gated gravel driveway. This flat is furthest back. Being on the first floor, you'll be untouched by footsteps above and having your own front door means you'll not suffer other people's hallway leftovers.

Each room here has been skilfully updated. The now classic Sanderson Dandelion Clocks wallpaper makes an accent splash in the reception, which is beautifully bright due to its large windows. There's room for sofa space and a good-size dining table. Sage green units are fitted in the kitchen, which also has an integral dishwasher, combi boiler, built-in oven and inset gas hob. Both bedrooms are doubles with large double-glazed windows (all windows are) and the bathroom has elegant, putty-coloured tiles and contemporary fittings such as wall-mounted taps. The lease is long with around 117 years left on it.

You're just a ten-minute walk to Honor Oak Park for trains (London bridge, Victoria) and London Overground services (Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington). Honor Oak Park has a high street with a delicatessen, gift shop, beautician, florist, bicycle shop, Sainsbury's Local and some fab restaurants (a sourdough pizzeria, tapas bar, Italian and an award-winning Indian). Your local boozer is one of Peckham Rye's best, Watson's General Telegraph, while Forest Hill Road has a delightful mix of useful shops and cafés. Peckham Rye Park is truly wonderful, has an adventure playground, skate park, outdoor gym and duck pond.

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