Georgian homes are known for their symmetry and proportion. These link-terraces are spread over four floors and have multiple reception rooms and the lower ground floors make ideal kitchen/diners or could even be converted into a separate dwelling (subject to planning permission). Period features are generous and include vast and gorgeous sash windows, fireplaces, solid fittings, high ceilings and impressive room sizes - all reminiscent of a proud era long gone. A huge 86ft rear garden will encourage outside fun during the summer months and there's a lovely paved area for entertaining. You're well placed for so much here! The newly refurbished Burgess Park is an easy trot and benefits from 6 million pounds worth of loveliness. You're within easy reach of the city and Elephant & Castle and can even walk to central London in less than an hour.
A walled garden invites you up to the front door. Step inside an elegant hallway with a proud staircase painted white immediately ahead. To your right, the reception room faces front and combines breathtaking elegance and contemporary style. There is a period fireplace plus eye-catching floor to ceiling windows with wooden shutters. Behind is a second reception, connected by double doors in the centre. The floors are wooden and painted white which brighten the entire space. You can access the balcony via French doors which in turn has an iron staircase leading down to the garden (but more about that later!). A guest w.c completes the ground floor. The lower level is a great family space - there is an informal reception/TV room facing the front and a large kitchen with adjoining dining area taking the rear spot. The kitchen is flawless, the white units are seamless and blend well with the central island. Find additional access to the garden via French doors. It's an unbeatable space for entertaining guests and family. It stretches an impressive 86ft and has a paved seating area and raised lawn with wooden pergola. A utility room wraps up the lower level (every parent's dream!).
Four bedrooms are evenly spread over the top two floors. The first floor is home to the master bedroom with en suite bathroom, second bedroom plus a family shower room accessed from the hall. Two further bedrooms lie on the top floor (second) and are very peaceful being at the top of the house.
Location, location - so central that on a fine day you could walk to Butlers Wharf and the Tate Modern. The City is a 15 minute bus ride away on any number of buses whizzing here, there and everywhere. You can be at Elephant and Castle tube (Zone 1) in a matter of minutes for both the Northern and Bakerloo Lines. When the working week is over you can relax in the newly refurbished Burgess Park, right behind the house (walk down Nile Terrace and you're in). There's plenty of residential parking to be had right outside the house if you're a motorist. At the heart of a locality dripping with historical significance including the infamous assignations between Lord Nelson (thus Trafalgar Avenue) and the profligate Lady Emma Hamilton allegedly took place just a few doors away. You're literally on the border of Bermondsey, Camberwell and Peckham with easy access to the West End.
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