Expect to be impressed with this three bedroom garden Victorian conversion that has been tastefully designed throughout. The landscaped communal front garden with refuse storage and attractive front door makes a respectable first impression to any guest that may be visiting. Once inside, the communal hallway shows a touch of nostalgia in-keeping with the age of the property with its Lambeth tiled floor and crisp white walls. A service utility cupboard is conveniently located so meters can be easily accessed – the apartment is found to the right.
Upon entry and in the hallway you automatically feel a sense that the architect and designer have cleverly thought this through; with oak hardwood flooring running throughout and crisp white walls and spotlights, all rooms can be accessed from here. Towards the rear of the hallway a lobby greets you, where there is a storage cupboard with built in plumbing for a washing machine and sufficient space for coats. The lounge kitchen diner can be accessed by a pocket door and a courtyard can be accessed by its full length frosted glass door. The cellar can also be reached from here.
The lounge kitchen/diner has an abundance of natural light from the full height doors spanning the whole width of the apartment and the skylight above the projector placement screen. The high specification continues with oak hardwood flooring, crisp white painted walls and spotlights. The lounge/diner offers sufficient space to set up individual living zones and the patio doors that vertically stack to one side blend the garden into the apartment. As you would expect, the kitchen is cleverly designed with Bosch integrated dishwasher and fridge-freezer, eye level built-in Whirlpool Microwave, Bosch gas hob and fan assisted oven with Whirlpool extractor fan. The wall and base units in high white gloss allow natural light to bounce off, opening up the space around you while you prepare a delicious delight. The sharp contrast of the grey quartz worktop with white handleless gloss units set the scene and gives a contemporary feel.
The garden is cleverly landscaped, with its raised beds that run around the edge with half walled and horizontal batten fencing. The centre of the garden will have easy grass and makes an ideal space to entertain throughout the year. What really makes this space special is the opening of the whole rear of the apartment to allow both inside and outside merging into one tranquil space.
The master double bedroom can be found at the front of the apartment, which has a double glazed bay window that offers views onto the front garden, built in reading lights for bed placement, spotlights, radiator and access to a perfectly proportioned en suite. The en suite benefits from full height rain shower and a hand shower, Durant WC and wash basin with glass splashback, large inset wall mirror, heated towel rail; all finished off in grey porcelain floor tiles and white metro wall tiles.
Reaching back into the hallway, the next room that you come upon is the bathroom which is conveniently located. The grey slate floor tiles; white metro wall tiles, spotlights, Durant WC and wash basin with vanity unit and glass splashback and inset wall mirror. The Kaldewei bath is simply fabulous when you need a relaxing soak.
The next room along which is positioned in the heart of the apartment is the second double bedroom, the high specification continues with oak hardwood flooring, radiator, reading lights for bed positioning and a double glaze window overlooking your own enclosed courtyard.
Returning to the lobby when the third double bedroom can be accessed - this is rather special room and would work well as guest bedroom/work study space. Heating is incorporated into the oak hardwood flooring which feels great on your bare feet on cold winters day and there is a roof light for natural daylight and a built in blind to aid a restful night’s sleep.
The property is 0.4 miles from Loughborough Junction Station which is on the Thameslink line taking you straight into the City. Brixton underground station is just 1.1 miles away for the Victoria Line and Coldharbour Lane is well serviced for buses in and out of central London. Denmark Hill station is 0.4m away and services the Overground between Clapham and fashionable East London. Coldharbour Lane is an area on the up and a string of new independent cafe’s, bars and restaurants have recently opened meaning you don’t even need to do the short walk into Brixton or Camberwell for your evening entertainment. There are several great parks in the area, including the award-winning Ruskin Park, Brixton itself needs little introduction as one of London’s top foodie havens with amazing music venues and boutique shops.