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Kelvington Road, Nunhead, London, SE15


3 Bedroom House Sold

Terrific 3-bedroom semi with a special kitchen/diner/reception. Second reception, downstairs loo, wide garden, side access and off-street parking. Walk to Honor Oak Park, Crofton Park, Brockley and Nunhead stations and great schools.

Lining Kelvington Road are these Duchy of Cornwall 'homes fit for heroes' - houses built to welcome returning troops from the horrors of the First World War. They were designed and built very well, with families in mind and lots of outside space.

A lavish extension has created a large kitchen/diner/reception that opens out to a wide, secluded rear garden. There's a stone patio, raised lawn and rear raised bed. Gated side access makes life easy for cyclists and parents with pushchairs. Keep an eye on guests or toddlers from the open-plan kitchen, which has olive-green cabinets, a column-fitted double oven, an inset halogen hob and integrated appliances (dishwasher, fridge/freezer). Spacious dining and sofa zones sit under skylights, of which there are three. There's a downstairs loo (conveniently near the garden) and a built-in cupboard. There's more built-in storage in the hallway, both under the stairs and behind them. Escape the ruckus and enjoy a quiet film in the front reception. This is an elegant, bright room with a feature fireplace and alcove cupboards. All three bedrooms are neat and tidy with pale blue walls and neutral carpet. The well-turned-out family bathroom has a shower over the bath, vanity basin under the sink and fetching flamingo wallpaper. There's off-street parking at the front of the house and unrestricted parking along Kelvington Road.

A leafy cut-through gets you to trains at Honor Oak Park in around 12-minutes while Crofton Park, Brockley and Nunhead stations are all 15-20 minutes’ walk away. These stations provide regular trains to London Bridge, Victoria and Blackfriars, along with access to London Overground services. The house is also a short walk to a number of bus routes, including the P12 (for Nunhead), 343 (for Peckham Rye) and 484 (for East Dulwich).

This address is on the edge of East Dulwich and Nunhead and surrounded by greenery; surrounded by greenery; Peckham Rye Park and Common, One Tree Hill, Brenchley Gardens, Honor Oak Playground and Nunhead Cemetery are all nearby.

You can walk to Honor Oak’s high street, Nunhead village (around 15-minutes) the centre of Brockley (15-minutes), Lordship Lane (20-minutes) and Peckham (20-minutes) for restaurants, bars shop, cinemas and markets. There are also shops nearby on Cheltenham Road and your local pub, The Ivy House, is London’s first co-operatively owned boozer.

You can walk to Honor Oak's high street, the centre of Brockley (around 15-minutes), North Cross Road (20-minutes) and Peckham (20-minutes) for restaurants, bars, shops, cinemas and markets. Your local pub, The Ivyhouse, is London's first co-operatively owned boozer.

Local schools include much-loved Ivydale and Turnham primary schools, while older kids fare well at either Harris academy at Peckham Rye (both Ofsted 'outstanding') Forest Hill Boys', Sydenham Girls' or Kingsdale.




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