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own front door

over 3 levels

large rooms

tastefully kitted out

lots of natural light

end-of-terrace house

near Peckham Rye and Nunhead Green

close to Zone 2 trains/Overground

ace local bars, restaurants and shops

You have your own (raised ground floor) entrance to this large apartment, so won't be tripping over neighbour's bikes on your way out. The apartment is laid over three levels; there's a large kitchen at the rear with grey and wood-trimmed units, an integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge/freezer, built-in oven, inset gas hob and a wooden worktop. Up a short flight of stairs and you reach a gloriously bright reception with twin sash windows, wood flooring and hand-crafted alcove storage. Next door is the bedroom which has a navy-blue accent wall, wood flooring and views over gardens below. Up on the uppermost level is a particularly large bathroom with a mixer shower over the bath, lots of built-in vanity storage, a countertop basin and a walled-off W.C. Twilight views of the City are something else from in here. On the upper landing is a large storage space that easily fits suitcaces and Christmas decorations. The vendor tells us that the building was converted into two apartments less than 10-years ago and that the reception get morning sun and the bedroom enjoys sunny evenings.

Walk to Nunhead station in 7-minutes for Zone 2 trains to Victoria, Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon and St Pancras. Use Peckham Rye (just 12-minutes' walk) for Zone 2 trains to the aforementioned destinations, London Bridge and London Overground links to Clapham Junction, Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington. You're around the corner from The Old Nun's Head, a fab pub with an open fire and pop-up food events, while both Peckham Rye Park and Nunhead Green are a few minutes' walk away. There are many good independent shops along Nunhead's high street including a fishmonger, butcher, florist, bicycle shop and bakery while there's also a craft beer bar, mini supermarket, sourdough pizzeria and The Habit - a rather lovely café. Peckham is minutes away for superb nights out, art galleries, London's best-value multi-screen cinema and high street chain stores, while East Dulwich is only a 15-minute walk for boutiques and chichi restaurants.

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