This pretty double fronted Victorian four bedder is effortlessly impressive and retains much of its original charm. The accommodation spreads itself generously over two wide floors and consists of four double bedrooms, three reception rooms, kitchen with separate dining room, bathroom, shower room, utility room and a leafy rear garden with a pleasant sunny aspect. You're within a stroll of all that Nunhead, Peckham and East Dulwich have to offer; Nunhead with its independent eateries and shops (400 Rabbits, The Old Nun’s Head, The Habit, Soper’s Fishmongers and Bambuni deli are some favourites) the hip and bustling Rye Lane where you can take your pick of the ever increasing number of eateries (Pedler, Mr Bao, Banh Banh, Miss Tapas to name a few!), bars including John the Unicorn, Frank’s on top of the multi-storey car park, Refreshment Rooms etc. and the independent Peckham Multiplex Cinema (still only £5 a ticket!) and all the activities and events of the Bussey Building.
As for the house itself, a portico entrance with a wide period door leads you inside an inviting hallway with pretty cornicing and under stair storage. To your right you'll enter the first reception room, currently used as a family / music room. On the other side of the hall is a stunning open plan reception with square bay window, original cornicing and period fireplace. This leads seamlessly to the sleek and stylish kitchen to the rear through an open arch with units placed on opposing sides. Keep going and you reach the fabulous dining room lit by two overhead skylights and tri-folding doors onto the garden. Off to your right sits a very handy utility room with loo and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer and a door back out into the main hallway.
Upstairs you're in for another healthy array of tasteful treats! The carpeted landing is beautifully bright and airy. Two front facing bedrooms sit either side of the stairs and the larger of the two has some healthy fitted wardrobe space. A shower room sits in between and shares the front aspect. The third and fourth bedroom, both good size doubles, face rear over the garden with yet more fireplaces and sash windows. A joyful bathroom sits over the rear of the house and has a free standing tub and a large overhead skylight.
Peckham Rye common and park are an easy two minute stroll from the house and access to central London is straightforward - either the overground from Peckham Rye Station towards Canary Wharf and Clapham Junction or mainline into London Bridge and Blackfriars in under 10 minutes, or Nunhead station for mainline services to Victoria or Blackfriars.
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