Fantastic four bed Victorian terrace that’s been architecturally enhanced and deftly extended upwards and outwards. Delivered over three floors - and 1738 square feet - the house has both bath and shower rooms, a guest w.c. And generous and flexible reception space, in addition to its four double bedrooms. A decked and lawned east-facing garden with leafy and churchy vistas delights at the rear. Within the house we’re swooning over classy interior decisions such as solid oak herringbone floors, poured concrete kitchen counters, walnut and steel stairs, designer papers and trendy tiling. Walk just 3 minutes for Peckham Rye Station. Permit-parking on the street is available for residents. Freehold.
A neat front garden, with bike storage, sets the house back from the pavement. In the front door and a right turn takes you into the dining space. To the front of the house is an independent reception room of over 12 feet by over 11. Built-in alcove storage is a welcome feature, as is the folding door to the room. Beyond the dining area is the fitted kitchen with slick modern units that are handle-free, and an exposed-brick wall. Two large skylight windows over the kitchen area are in addition to the glazed wall to garden view. A second reception area - also with large skylight window - opens out onto the decked area of the garden. You get pots of early sun here and it’s a surprisingly quiet setup for such a well-connected central Peckham spot.
Up the stairs and you first arrive at a double-aspect double bedroom. It’s over 13 feet by over 9. Up again for the master bedroom (set to the front of the house), at over 16 feet by over 11, and with loads of built-in wardrobes. Next door is an oversized luxury bathroom (once a double bedroom) with contemporary fittings and walk-in shower, teamed with beautiful panel and tile detail.
Up again for a third and double-aspect double bedroom, and at the top of the house you have a generous loft suite with en suite, with shower over a square Japanese bath, skylight windows and easily-accessible eaves storage.
Your most local schools include The Belham and Bellenden primaries, and The Villa Nursery and Pre-Prep. Is well-liked on nearby Lyndhurst Grove (walk 8 minutes). Your local parks are Peckham Rye Park and Common and Warwick Gardens.
Restaurants are beyond good in this neighbourhood; examples are Levan, Il Giardino, The Coal Rooms, Ganapati, Artusi and The Begging Bowl. The Bussey Building & Copleand Park complex is local. So is Peckham Levels and Peckham Plex cinema. Indy shops and cafes include Flock & Herd, The General Store and Review, Anderson’s, Small White Elephant and Petitou. For stronger libations, The Montepelier and The Victoria Inn are solid locals.