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Recent extensions to this superior semi have created an aspirational kitchen-diner and a top-floor master suite. Four bedrooms, bathroom and en suite, sitting room, utility and south-facing garden. Near Peckham Rye Park and superb schools.

Every (admirable) inch of this family home has been enhanced. When the owners bought it six years ago, it had just been refurbished. Over the last two years the attic was converted (2016), the kitchen lavishly extended, the family bathroom replaced, the utility/cloakroom created and a mega-modern Vaillant boiler was fitted (all done in 2017). Space is well-organised, and fittings have been painstakingly chosen, such as wonderful encaustic tiles in the bathroom, en suite and utility and wide black-framed sliding doors and windows in the kitchen-diner and master suite.

Being semi-detached, you've (gated) side access to the rear garden. Last November, the drive was laid to provide off-street parking for two cars. These homes have wider-than-average entrance halls, and this has the original hallway fire surround in one corner. To the front is a neat sitting room with hard-wearing engineered wood flooring, plantation window shutters, alcove storage and a carved wood Edwardian fire surround. The fireplace works and the chimney was recently swept. By the staircase is a smart downstairs cloakroom with utility units, a concealed washer/dryer, countertop basin and tall coat/shoe/vacuum cupboards.

From the hallway, saloon doors open to a 'to die for' kitchen-diner with a large Villeroy & Boch Belfast sink, and a Quooker boiling water tap, quartz countertops, herringbone tiled splashback, an integrated AEG dishwasher and a built-in waste cupboard. The hob is induction and there is a NEFF 'slide and hide' oven and NEFF integrated microwave and warming drawer. Electric underfloor heating runs under the engineered wood floor, a modern black-framed skylight hangs over the island and extra-wide sliding doors open to the (Indian sandstone) patio. The garden is sublime, has a deep lawn, wood-edged flowerbeds stuffed with sambucas, hydrangeas, bamboo, roses and established shrubs. Interestingly, the apple tree is a survivor of the orchard that existed before these houses were built.

At the rear is a potting shed while at the side return is a door to the original coal shed, which now makes a useful buggy and bike hideaway.

The original stained and leaded glass landing window remains and grey carpet covers the stairs and three of the bedrooms. Two of the three bedrooms on the first floor are large double while the third is a roomy single/small double. The family bathroom has a double-size walk-in wet area, cast iron Bette bath (it's incredibly deep and measured 1.8 metres long), countertop basin, underfloor heating, mirror demister and wall-hung vanity unit. The boiler cupboard houses a Vaillant Therma Evocyl boiler.

With 3.5 metres of built-in wardrobes and space for a super king bed (plus bedside tables), the master is roomy. It's also blessed with light and fab views through the strikingly wide sliding windows. The en suite shower room has twin countertop basins, a wall hung vanity unit, mirror light and demister, underfloor heating and a walk-in wet area.

You're moments from glorious Peckham Rye Park with its new play area and café, adventure playground, pond and skate park. Local primary schools include Fairlawn (Ofsted 'outstanding) and Goodrich ('good'), while older children can walk to either Harris academy from here (both 'outstanding').

Trains from Honor Oak Park serve London Bridge and Victoria while London Overground links reach Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington. Peckham Rye offers the same plus Blackfriars, City Thameslink, Farringdon, St Pancras and direct Overground links to Clapham Junction

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