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Grove Lane, Camberwell, London, SE5

££375,000

1 Bedroom Flat Sold

Guide price £350-375,000. An architect-designed flat with a south west facing garden and a share of the freehold. Just moments from Camberwell’s restaurants, shops and Denmark Hill station. Chain free.

On the ground-floor of a Victorian home near Camberwell Grove Conservation Area is this architecturally elite garden flat. One of four in the building, it’s fabulously close to the best amenities in the area.

The Mediterranean-style entrance has white walls and a secure CISA locked gate. The living room, kitchen and bathroom were redesigned by architect Iris Argyropoulou in 2015–16 and include bespoke cabinetry. The kitchen is a contemporary take on a 1923 Bauhaus design, has a Schock Formhaus quartz composite sink, Neff white enamel gas hob and units with self-closing hinges. There’s a cabinet-grade birch ply storage unit and folding shutters (made by Bernard Elsmere Design) are fitted to the garden door. The (newly installed) Bosch washing machine is well-reviewed, quiet and housed in a double-hinged cupboard that enables full access for operation and maintenance. Reclaimed solid maple flooring has been laid in the living space and is finished with Osmo oil.

The bedroom has built-in wardrobe space and overlooks the secluded garden. Windows are all sash, the French door is double-glazed and the boiler is a Worcester Bosch.

Outside, the walled garden faces south west, has a Vitis 'Brant' vine that produces edible black grapes and wonderful autumn foliage. The magnolia is evergreen while a fig has been planted to espalier across the wall. The patio is reclaimed slate and granite cobble, there’s a gravel area and a rear brick raised bed.

The acclaimed Hill Bakery and deli is one door down while one building further along at is Theo’s Pizzeria, voted Time Out best London pizza restaurant in 2017. Other notable local eateries include Aside, Spike and Earl and The Crooked Well. South London Gallery is acclaimed, while Camberwell College of Arts, Goldsmiths’ and King’s College Hospital are all nearby.

Denmark Hill station is in Zone 2, has non-stop trains to Victoria (9-minutes), regular London Bridge services (around 15-minutes) and London Overground links to Clapham Junction, Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington.

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