A stunning three double bedroom split-level flat converted on the upper floors of A victorian terraced house. The property is presented in immaculate condition and has a large living room & kitchen/breakfast room, a bathroom & two shower rooms.Available fully furnished from the 11th April. 2020 this would make a lovely home for a small family or three sharers. Non-smoking & no pets. Half-landing: Kitchen/breakfast room: Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, fitted floor & wall cupboards & drawers with melamine work surfaces & tiled splashbacks, gas hob, Stoves electric oven, extractor hood, Zanussi washing machine/dryer, Bosch fridge/freezer, Worcester gas boiler, table & chairs. Bathroom: Panelled bath with mixer tap, Aqualisa electric shower unit & shower screen, inset wash hand basin with mixer tap & cupboard, W.C., heated towel rail, extractor fan, tiled splashbacks & floor. First floor: Landing with thermostat. Living room: Into large bay window with plantation shutters. Fitted shelves & floor cupboards.Two cream sofas, a Welsh dresser, a standard lamp and a solid pine coffee table and matching TV table. Bedroom 1: To rear. Two double door floor to ceiling fitted wardrobes. Double bed. Shelf unit. Shower room: Tiled shower cubicle, inset wash hand basin with mixer tap & cupboard, W.C., extractor fan, heated towel rail, glass shelf & tiled floor. Second floor: Bedroom 2: To rear. Floor to ceiling wardrobe & drawers. Double bed. Bedroom 3: Into eaves with front skylights, two double door fitted wardrobes, shelves, eaves storage & double bed. En-suite shower room:Tiled shower cubicle, inset wash hand basin with mixer tap & cupboard, W.C., skylight, heated towel rail, Manrose extractor fan, half-tiled walls & tiled floor.
Situated only a short walk to local shops, bars & restaurants on Lordship Lane & the impressive Dulwich Library the flat is also within easy reach of the coffee shops & restaurants of North Cross Road, with it's eclectic weekend market and to both Peckham Rye & Dulwich Parks.
East Dulwich Station is a short journey by bus ( London Bridge) as is Peckham Rye Station and the 12 bus to Oxford Circus (also a night bus) is easy to get. On nearby Lordship Lane you can pick up numerous bus routes including the 176 to Tottenham Court road (24hr bus), the 185 to Victoria, and the 40 to London Bridge/Aldgate to name a few. There is free on-street parking outside the property.
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