Bright and Stylish Two Bedder With Huge Private Garden.
Beautifully presented two bedders in this much loved period enclave are highly prized. This excellent purpose built number boasts numerous additional attractions. Sitting on the top floor of a handsome Victorian building, it enjoys a private entrance, incredibly generous 100ft private garden, eat-in kitchen and a separate utility area. The decor is neutral and sympathetic throughout and there's a loft space and storage points. The area is mature, residential yet within an easy walk of the very best of East Dulwich and Peckham. Stroll to Peckham Rye in about 12 minutes for further services to Victoria, Elephant and Castle, Blackfriars, Farringdon, Clapham and Canada Water for the Jubilee Line.
A shared front garden with space for bin and bike storage invites you to your private entrance. Inside, you ascend a carpeted stairs to a bright and well presented landing with two separate storage points. Your light and airy reception fronts the street through a lovely bay window clad in plantation shutters. There's a splash of rich 'Hague Blue' by Farrow and Ball on the chimney breast and some original cornicing overhead. Your double bedroom comes next along the hall with a similarly bright disposition. A large rear facing sash window supplies peaceful leafy views. Your kitchen/diner is a fine size with plenty of space for dicing, slicing and serving the evening meal. Appliances include a four ring gas hob, oven and washing machine. The utility/storage area leads off the kitchen. You could easily instate another sink and more storage space. The bathroom is semi tiled and has a modern white suite, heated towel rail, recessed storage and two more side aspect sash windows. Your overtly generous garden is accessed from the utility area down a set of original steel stairs. There's a central decked patio area, shed and abundant greenery to enjoy all year round.
In addition to the unbeatable connection from Peckham Rye, East Dulwich Station is six minutes on foot and offers connections to London Bridge in a mere 13 minutes. With so many superb local restaurants, bars and cafés you really don't need to venture into town for a good night out. Bellenden Village has The Victoria Inn, The Prince Albert and The Montpelier - all worth a visit. The Begging Bowl and Ganapati are each as delicious an option as the other. East Dulwich is walkable in less than 10 minutes for a flood more options. Visit Northcross Road market on a Saturday, and amble through Dulwich Park on a Sunday as you head toward the village pub, and back again! The much loved East Dulwich Tavern is on the next corner for friendly beers and summer fun. Tart offers some world class coffee and delicious Tarts and treats. The Palmerston and Franklins are great for some classy nosh and Franco Manca does the best pizza in town. William Rose butcher is widely loved and we often visit the Moxon's fish mongers. A great selection of curry houses and some fab little cafes to meet your mates. There's a new M&S both near East Dulwich station and on Lordship Lane and the East Dulwich Picture House is a fine spot for some flicks. Many buses whizz along Lordship Lane into town, including night buses.