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Ivydale Road, Nunhead, London, SE15


3 Bedroom House Sold

A truly beautiful, three (double) bed Victorian terrace with an enchanting south westerly garden. Original features, good-looking living space and a welcoming vibe. Walk to Zone 2 trains/Overground links, the high street and great schools.

Some houses are proper make-you-feel-at-home-right-away kind of spaces and this is one of those. It's welcoming, cared-for and is as happy as a house can get.

The interior-designed, double reception was revamped a couple of years ago, has matching Victorian fireplaces, Matthew Williamson feature wallpaper, made-to-measure curtains, bespoke alcove cabinets, dark floorboards, original coving and picture rails and a French door out to the garden. The kitchen/diner has white units and built-in storage along one wall and a central island with an integral breakfast bar. The room is particularly light with its south-westerly direction and plentiful glazing. Wooden bi-fold doors open to the garden, there's a side-bay window and two extra side windows. The chimney breast has been dug out to fit a double oven with hob, there's an integrated dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and freezer. A downstairs cloakroom is found just by the stairs and there's a deep under stairs cupboard.

All three bedrooms are large doubles with built-in wardrobes. The master is light and huge due to its traditional sprawl across the front of the house. The family bathroom is neat and traditionally styled with tongue-and-groove panelling and has a shower over the bath.

Backing on to the cemetery makes a haven of the garden; leaves literally spring skywards. Professionally landscaped, established specimens include creepers, architectural grasses and flax. Florals tumble from raised planters, contemporary fencing is in place, the main floor is gravelled and a rear raised arbour is the perfect reading spot.

Walk to Nunhead station in three minutes for Zone 2 trains (Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon, St Pancras and Victoria). Brockley and Queen's Road stations are roughly 10/15-minutes away for Zone 2 trains (London Bridge) and London Overground links (Clapham Junction, Canada Water, Whitechapel, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington).

Local primary schools include Ivydale and Hollydale while older kids can apply to Haberdashers' Aske's. either of the Harris academies at Peckham Rye or St Thomas the Apostle (all are Ofsted 'outstanding').

Nunhead's high street is a 5-minute walk for a fab selection of independent shops that include a fishmonger, butcher, bakery, florist, bicycle shop and a couple of great gift shops. There's also a vermouth bar, craft beer shop, cheese and wine shop and some great places to eat (Babette, a sourdough pizzeria and The Habit). Your two local pubs are great: The Old Nun's Head, The Waverley Arms and London's first co-operatively-owned pub, The Ivyhouse. Telegraph Hill Park is just 10-minutes away for a regular farmers' market, incredible views and seasonal events.




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