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revered gated development

4 double bedrooms

3 bathrooms

south-facing garden

off-street parking

full height/width windows

communal pool, gym and tennis court

community vibe

near trains/Overground

chain free

Rather brilliant 4-double bed, 3-bath house in Frobisher Place, a gated development built alongside the Pioneer Centre (c.1935) and its rich social history. Today residents enjoy a communal swimming pool, gym and tennis court. 4-mins to trains/Overground. Chain free.

As you enter the Pioneer Centre, this terrace is on the far left, facing north and with gardens that face south. These houses were added to the grounds in 2005 and carefully tailored to blend with the main Deco block of apartments. There's off-street parking at the front of the house and parking for guests this side of the electronic gates.

Floor-to-ceiling windows ensure you get plenty of light on the ground-floor living space. The reception is huge, has lots of storage and is open to a rear kitchen with retro-style units, a column-fitted oven, built-in microwave and inset gas hob. Both double bedrooms on the two upper floors (four in total) have en suite shower rooms while there's a shared bathroom on the first floor. The complex has a large communal swimming pool in the main building, a gymnasium in the basement and a tennis court in front of the apartment block. There's a residents' association and a particularly friendly sense of community is often referenced by those who live here. One neighbour has created a shared garden space and there's a children's park for residents next door along St Mary's Road. The house is being sold chain free.

Queen's Road station is, at the most, a 4-minute walk for trains to London Bridge (in 7-minutes) and London Overground links to Clapham Junction, Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington. Nunhead station is also very near for zone 2 trains to Victoria, Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon and St Pancras. Local primary schools include Edmund Waller, St Mary Magdalene and Hollydale while secondary options include St Thomas The Apostle and either Harris Academy at Peckham Rye-which have both been rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted. Cafes, bars and restaurants are plentiful in the area with Peckham gaining notable recognition in recent years for its foodie scene. Find independent shops along Nunhead's high street, or high street chains and a farmers' market in Peckham. Beautiful parkland is there for exploring at Telegraph Hill and Peckham Rye while your local pub is one of the best -The Telegraph at the Earl of Derby.

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