Incredibly spacious two (double) bedroom flat in an imposing building at the top of Camberwell Grove. This apartment is based in the east Regency terrace built in 1824. It’s Grade II listed and set within a conservation area with a shared secluded garden that backs onto allotments and the lovely, private Lettsom Gardens. Inside, the rooms have great proportions, deep fireplaces and high ceilings - and all in a super convenient location too.
Enter off the Grove through high railings and park in one of the private resident's bays to the front of the building. You enter through a wide period front door into a large communal entrance area. The apartment itself has a wide entrance hall with new solid wood flooring and a good sized storage cupboard and gives you access to all the rooms. The massive reception room has all the period detail including an ornate and working fireplace, reclaimed Parquet flooring and French doors that fold back to make the garden an integral part of the home. Outside, the shared garden backs on to allotments and a private park, making it the ultimate in City seclusion. The patio has the sun all morning so is perfect for a nice Sunday breakfast. The galley kitchen has a smart fitted kitchen with Shaker-style units, an oak work surface and a solid wood floor. The main bedroom has built in cupboards either side of an original fireplace and a wide window to the front of the house. The second double bedroom is also a good size and has a window facing the front. The bathroom is modern and fitted with a white suite and matching retro tiles on the walls and a lemon marble floor.
Central London is easily accessible from here, the city is a 20 minute drive, Denmark Hill station (Zone 2) is a 7 minute walk for regular services to Victoria, London Bridge and Blackfriars (10 - 12 mins journey). Sainsbury's is only 5 minutes away, and a host of cafés, bars and restaurants are just a short stroll from the front door. Try the newly opened Camberwell Arms, The Vineyard for Greek food or The Crooked Well for a good wine list and excellent food. East Dulwich's Lordship Lane is very close and offers some of the best shops in South London including a super deli, organic butchers, boutiques and gift shops plus plenty more excellent places to eat and drink. For the weeks shopping head down to boho Bellenden Road for a village vibe - fresh veg, great coffee and some lovely boutique shops.
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