How very cute! This unique two bedroom house, once a Victorian shop, has been deftly redesigned to host two large living spaces, a separate kitchen, two double bedrooms and a bright and bold bathroom. There is a rear patio garden which is a welcome haven from the stress of daily life and an enormous basement with over five feet head height - impressive. Locally, there is plenty to shout about - you're within a minute's stroll of a Tesco Express for milk and a paper on a Sunday. The wonderful refurbished Burgess Park is three minutes on foot and Camberwell and Peckham are but a brief ramble.
Enter off the street into a neat entrance hall with beautiful floorboards and off -white walls. The first living space is light and lovely with built-in book shelves, fitted storage and a neat curving staircase. The repositioning of the stairwell has created a vast amount of extra living space and you can even position a dining table with plenty of space leftover. Glass pane doors open rear to a second reception with more tasty timber floors, wood-burner, storage space and a view of the garden. The kitchen runs off from here with solid wood worktops, a large ceramic sink with mixer tap, contemporary cabinets and a lofty vaulted ceiling with two skylights. French doors run from here onto your cute garden - the perfect haven from the bustle of London.
Ascending those sleek, solid and stylish curving stairs (with white painted treads and risers) you reach a rectangular landing. The master bedroom fronts the street. There are fitted wardrobes hugging the chimney breast and a fab autumnal muted Khaki green on the walls. The second bedroom (also a great size) faces rear and is a bright space with more wooden floors. The bathroom sits in between with a clean white suite, heated towel rail and immaculate tiling.
The daily commute is easy - grab the 343 bus (to London Bridge) on Wells Way or you can walk past the tennis courts and rose gardens of Burgess Park (which has undergone a £8 million reinvention) in under 10 minutes in order to access any number of buses to the West End and the City (jump off at Elephant & Castle for the Bakerloo and Northern lines). The 136 also goes to Elephant & Castle and connects to the overground line at Queen's Road Peckham and New Cross Gate in the other direction. It's also a 24hour bus! On a sunny day you can walk into Borough or the City - it's that close! Camberwell offers all the bars, restaurants and entertainments you could desire. The South London Gallery is a must see! The varied delights of Bellenden Road are within easy grasp. Peckham High Street also offers a multitude of treats for the discerning shopper.
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