These quaint cottages take the name of their builder Stanley (Stanley Cottages 1881), and the road accommodating them was named after his daughter Ada. They are wonderfully pretty examples of late Victorian terraces, and this one is utterly charming throughout. Ada Road is a quiet little road joining St Giles Road with Havil Street and you'll spy this pretty two double bedroom cottage with its own courtyard garden and loft room. Brunswick Park is at the top of the road and Camberwell Church Street and Peckham Road are just three minutes on foot.
The front garden is delightful and a post-box red front door leads you inside. A large reception room greets you with wooden flooring, period fireplace and two sash windows on opposing ends of the room. There is plenty of space for dining and lounging – the front section of the room has fitted bookshelves and makes a fab reading spot. Toward the rear of the house take the door to the right of the stairs and step down to a very pretty kitchen. It’s an all-white affair, with white units, white tiled splashbacks and some quaint floor tiles. Wooden worktops and an integrated cooker and gas hob are worth noting. Double doors from here lead onto the private garden. There's space for a BBQ and friends - it's a modest but attractive area.
Upstairs, the bathroom is straight ahead, facing the rear of the house, with a pristine white suite, fitted storage space and a side feeding tub. Up a couple more steps and the first bedroom is on your right. It’s a good sized double with cappuccino coloured carpets, a rear facing window and dusky pink walls. The master, as wide as the property, fronts the street with the same carpet, pale blue walls and twin windows. From the landing you’ll find access to a big loft room with Velux window and eaves storage.
You've got a location to match the accommodation. Located seconds from Brunswick Park's free tennis courts and a few steps further from the best of Camberwell you're spoilt in every direction. Bars, restaurants and green spaces a plenty! Transport's great too - there's any number of buses at Camberwell Green to whizz you to the West End and beyond. Oval Station (Northern Line zone 2) is a 15 minute walk and you've got Denmark Hill (Zone 2) 15 minutes stroll in the other direction. What more could you ask for?
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