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Floor Plan 1

lovely interior

kitchen with separate reception

conservation area

private section of garden

newly extended lease

separate stoe room/office

draught-proofed windows

near Brockley trains/Overground

particularly nice street

Beautiful 1-bed flat with a private section of garden and store room/study on the raised ground floor of a very handsome Victorian townhouse. Find it in Brockley Conservation Area, just a 10-minute walk to zone 2 trains/London Overground links.

Being one of Brockley's quietest and leafiest streets, Manor Avenue is lined with grand Victorian townies and peppered with mature trees. This flat is on the raised ground floor, has a double bedroom with the original sash window along with its panelled surround and working shutters. The kitchen is a good size, has navy units with retro D handles, a stainless steel Smeg built-in oven, inset gas hob, open shelves and space for a large fridge/freezer. From here you walk through to the reception/diner where wood flooring has been laid and bookshelves fitted. The bathroom was recently done, has a contemporary white suite, a shower over the bath, a heated towel rail and a countertop basin above a vanity unit. Quietly tucked to the rear of the flat, the bedroom overlooks the garden which is, frankly, huge. Vegetables are being grown rainbow chard is rife while kale, courgettes and tomatoes also feature, there's a raised bed with potential for more edibles, mature trees and shrubs and a recently erected shed. The flat also has a separate room that's currently used as a study/office and a newly extended lease.

Brockley station is in zone 2 and a 10-minute walk away for trains to London Bridge plus London Overground links to Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington. St John's and Deptford Bridge are also a 10-minute walk away. There are some lovely independent shops, eateries and cafes in the area and a useful mini supermarket by the station. Brown's of Brockley is perfect for morning coffee and cake; Parlez, recently opened, does fantastic brunch; Bite Mi and Masala Wala are amazing local restaurants; The Orchard and The Gantry are great for a Sunday lunch or a quiz night. Brockley Food Market is superb, on every Saturday and a short walk away. Telegraph Hill Park and Hilly Fields both have superb views of London, seasonal events and farmers' markets. New Cross is within walking distance for some inspired gastro pubs and hip pop-up galleries, while Deptford is very close for a rather super traditional Saturday street market. The Wickham Arms is your local, authentic London boozer while The Talbot and The Brockley Barge are also close.

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