NO ONWARD CHAIN! Delightful three-bedroom Victorian terraced house, on a quiet residential road with an enviable garden, a cellar and the option to convert the loft for a fourth double.
Enter via a walled front garden with original tiling and ample space for bike storage. Once inside; a wide hallway with stripped wood flooring leads into a double reception to the right - with exposed brick fireplaces and a stylish cast iron gas stove to enjoy on winters evenings with a glass of red. An attractive bay window keeps things bright and to the rear of the reception you have another window to enjoy garden views and the same original wood flooring that graces the hallway. Further down the hallway takes you into a smart “William Ball” kitchen with a wealth of storage cabinets and NEFF Appliances - double oven and a five-ring gas hob, extractor hood and matching stainless-steel splash back and upstands. Other integrated appliances include a washing machine, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. An additional dining area precedes double doors to a very charming garden, patio area for entertaining and a verdant lawn for the kids to play on, with an abundance of mature plants in the borders.Back in the hallway you have cellar access for these ‘out of sight, out of mind’ things we all collect and stairs with a contemporary striped runner lead to three bedrooms and a modern family bathroom. The master bedroom has an attractive bay window, oodles of storage and is finished in neutral colours. The second and third bedrooms are both good sized doubles - with built in storage and views over the pretty garden. A Family bathroom sits between with a three-piece bathroom suite and shower bath, fully tiled with a chrome heated towel rail. Southampton Way is at the end of the street for frequent buses that whisk you to Elephant & Castle in ten minutes. From here you can hop onto the Northern line, Bakerloo line, overland rail services and a myriad bus routes that connect you to the whole of the city. Nestled between Camberwell and Peckham you are spoilt for choice when it comes to entertainment. Camberwell has long been known for its artistic connections and every year sees welcome additions to the string of acclaimed independent galleries, restaurants and cafes. Peckham is fast becoming one of London’s entertainment hot spots, really coming alive in the summer with its famous roof-top cocktail bar offering sunset views over the London skyline. Burgess Park is at the end of the road and has a gorgeous lake, tennis courts and barbeque facilities. If you enjoy a weekend stroll head through the park and eastwards to Maltby Street Market and historic Rotherhithe, or take advantage of the cultural delights on offer at Waterloo and the Southbank.