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very pretty cottage

3 bedrooms

double reception


cared-for interior

south west garden

brilliant location

near trains/Overground

great local school choices

conservation area

This adorable terrace of former workers' cottages is on one of Nunhead's most loveable streets. They have deep front gardens and rear gardens that stretch around 45-feet long and face south west. This cottage is in immaculate condition, with heritage-coloured walls and neutral carpets. There's a double reception with sofa and dining areas and a large rear kitchen/diner that opens out to the garden. Contemporary white kitchen units have been fitted with extra-wide drawers, there's a built-in oven and gas hob, plumbing for a dishwasher, a new boiler, space for a tall fridge/freezer and a dining zone near the garden. The garden is well-planted, has a patio, deep lawn, potting shed and a greenhouse.

All three bedrooms are superbly-turned out and bright and airy. The master takes its traditional place across the front of the house and has twin sash windows overlooking the front garden. Modern fittings in the bathroom include a wall-hung basin recessed into a vanity unit, a shower over the bath and a wall-hung towel warmer. It's worth noting that there's extra insulation in the loft.

Walk to Zone 2 trains at Nunhead (Victoria, Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon and St Pancras) in only five minutes and to Nunhead's high street in about three! Interesting independent shops include a fishmonger, butcher, bakery, florist, bicycle shop, and retro furniture emporium. The craft beer bar is great, there's a mini-supermarket, a sourdough pizzeria and a really excellent pub on Nunhead Green (The Old Nun's Head). Peckham Rye station is fifteen minutes' on foot for Zone 2 links to London Bridge plus London Overground services to Clapham Junction, Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington. Peckham has London's best-value multi-screen cinema, several high street chains (Boots, Argos, Holland & Barrett and Primark), a leisure centre, farmers'' market, cocktails bars, some superb restaurants, artists' studios and various theatre, art and music events at the Bussey Building. Walk across glorious Peckham Rye Park for East Dulwich and Bellenden Road. Local schools include Rye Oak, Hollydale and Ivydale while older kids fare well at either Harris academy at Peckham Rye or Kingsdale.

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