A chunky, well-placed one bed flat with private roof terrace with smashing views. Find it on the top (second floor) of a handsome Victorian house on the northern side of Grove Park, within the Camberwell Grove conservation area. Covering over 550 square feet, the apartment offers up a large double bedroom, a neat bathroom and a huge reception room taking the width of the building at nearly 19 feet! Peckham Rye and Denmark Hill stations (both Zone 2) are your closest, with regular and London Overground services. Walk to either in just 10 minutes. London Bridge, London Victoria, Clapham Junction, Kings Cross St Pancras and Canary Wharf (via Canada Water), among other destinations, are quickly reached. Leasehold. Chain free.
Open the original front door into a communal hall. Ascend via stairs to the second floor Nip up a couple of stairs for the door to the bedroom which is a solid double and enjoys high ceilings. Back to the hall and the bathroom is off to your right, with white suite. It’s in fair condition and functions well but would welcome an update, which is true of the kitchen too. The reception and kitchen space is open-plan and double-aspect; it’s a calm space and there’s plenty of room for zoning dining, seating, study and hobby areas. Timber-framed French doors open to the property’s private roof terrace where you’ll enjoy leafy views in the warmer months and London skyline views when the trees are bare.
A top and enviable spot to call home. Fancy Bellenden Road is a 10 minute walk away with eateries such as Artusi, The Begging Bowl and Ganapati, and independent shops such as The General Store, Review, Bias and Threads. Cafe culture is alive and thriving; check out Anderson’s on Bellenden Road, and Small White Elephant and Petitou on Choumert Road. Central Camberwell is a similar distance by foot. We like The Camberwell Arms, Theo’s, Vineyard, The Hill Bakery (they deliver fresh loaves too) and The Crooked Well especially. Camberwell leisure centre is also a good spot for a smart Victorian pool, and good gym facilities plus classes. Or pop down to Butterfly Tennis Club or Zen Yoga. Both are even closer, at the foot of Camberwell Grove.
Lettsom Gardens is popular with locals; you can get your key for a nominal yearly fee. A large Sainsbury’s store is close by on Dog Kennel Hill, by Dulwich Hamlet fc. Local parks include Ruskin Park – with bandstand events throughout the summer, Warwick Gardens and Peckham Rye Park and Common. Central Peckham is quite the cultural and social hub, with funky Peckham Levels, and Frank's and The Bussey Building's rooftop bars in the warmer months, alongside Peckham Plex Cinema, banks and handy high street shops on Rye Lane. There’s more to come for the area too: Peckham Rye Station is being improved and reworked, with the area around it, and watch this space for The Peckham Coal Line and Peckham Lido.
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