Over 1400 square feet of space here! This four bedroom house is end of terrace, so noise from neighbours is significantly reduced. The living areas are spacious and there are four double bedrooms, however, the fabulous roof terrace stretching over six meters will seal the deal. Kenbury Street and surrounding roads are a popular pocket of SE5, within walking distance of Denmark Hill trains, Kings College Hospital and the delights of Camberwell.
You enter the house through a tall gate and past a neat front garden. The hallway leads you into a reception room facing the street through a bright sash window. This would be your lounging area, whilst a second reception sitting behind makes a fab dining space with a view over the side return. Back into the hall and a stroll to the rear reveals a big storage cupboard and a long kitchen/diner with space for a breakfast table. The units are well fitted on three sides with more than enough space for a big family shop. Access the garden from this room – it’s mostly paved and in need of some love.
Carpeted stairs lead up to the first floor to find three double bedrooms. The half landing at the rear hosts a four piece bathroom and the first double bedroom overlooking the garden. Bedrooms two and three sit toward the front of the house and both have fitted storage space. You’ll find an en suite shower room attached to bedroom three (at the very front). A final climb to the second floor to find bedroom four. It’s very bright, thanks to a Velux window and has double door access to a spacious, envy-inducing roof terrace.
Here you have excellent transport links from Denmark Hill station (Zone 2), about a 10 minute walk, with regular services to Victoria, Blackfriars and London Bridge - all are inside a 15-minute journey time. Loughborough Junction is even nearer, with services to Blackfriars, City Thameslink Luton & King's Cross. You could also grab a bus into Brixton and hop on the tube there. Ruskin Park is a nice place for an amble or a game of tennis and, for a quiet read of the Sunday paper, go no further than the lovely Myatts Fields park, a five minute stroll. The ever popular Johnnie's Cafe is at the end of the street for a delicate Sunday breakfast.
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