For those with a lust for history, this charming Georgian end of terrace house has just that sort of feel. It was originally a dairy - way back in 1804 and is situated on one of the most sought after streets in south east London. Inside are three bedrooms, a long reception, eat-in kitchen, spacious landing and charming courtyard garden. The peaceful location is also really close to all the amenities that thriving Camberwell has to offer.
The front door opens into a small porch area which then leads you into the double reception room; a long, bright and airy room with stripped floorboards and a dual aspect. The kitchen, which is located at the back of the property and down a few steps, is fitted with modern units including a gas hob, butlers sink, ceramic floor and has a convenient dining area. There is a very handy downstairs loo just off the kitchen plus a charming little courtyard just outside the back door. A winding staircase brings you up to the first floor landing. It’s an extremely good size, spacious enough for a home-office set up and is well lit by two side facing windows. From here you'll find two double bedrooms and also the main bathroom. This is atypically laid out over two levels, having three steps down to the bath area. The entire bathroom is fully tiled to perfection and the bedrooms both have good views. A final climb up to the second floor to find a third double bedroom stretching the length of the house. There are two fitted wardrobes, wooden floors and a lovely panelled ceiling.
The transport options are good; Denmark Hill station (Zone 2) for fast, regular services to Victoria, Blackfriars and London Bridge is a 7 minute walk. The highly considered London Overground line has completed its outer orbital route around London and also serves Denmark Hill. Clapham High Street, Clapham Junction, Islington, Shoreditch and Canary Wharf (via Canada Water) are now all easy as pie to reach. There are also a multitude of buses running close by on Camberwell Church Street into the City and the West End. The very excellent Lyndhurst Primary is but a moment's stroll as are a plethora of eateries. Camberwell Art School and the Dulwich Foundation schools are all a short drive or bus ride away and there are plenty of shops nearby including a host of independent food shops on Camberwell Green. Keeping fit? The newly renovated Camberwell Baths is stunning and within 60 seconds from your door. Ruskin Park is a short hop and you have the Butterfly Tennis Club on your doorstep.
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