Smartly finished two-bedroom apartment in a charming Grade II listed development which is steeped in history, originally built as part of the St Giles’ Infirmary. The property is nestled on a quiet road with the beautiful Brunswick Park opposite, you are also just minutes from the buzzing heart of Camberwell and its amazing transport connections.
On entering the building, you are greeted by a well maintained communal area, that leads you up to the apartments front door.
Once inside, you are greeted with a welcoming hallway with spotlights, wooden flooring and contemporary grey walls. There are also some handy storage cupboards at the far end.
The open-plan reception is light and modern, with quality oak flooring, spotlights and no less than three large picture windows. The kitchen is finished with high gloss white kitchen units with grey composite worktops and funky chrome down lights and of course an integrated oven/hob and white goods. There are two bedrooms off the hallway, the smaller of the two still takes a double bed. The shower room is finished with beige porcelain tiling, spotlights and chunky oak to conceal the cistern and a large shower cubicle with thermostatic shower and glass screen.
Location - Brunswick Park is overlooked by some of the loveliest houses in Camberwell - with an area of private communal garden and tennis courts in the centre. It was named after King George IV's marriage to Caroline, daughter of the Duke of Brunswick.
You are just a short walk to Camberwell Church Street where you can hop on a number of buses that will whisk you into the City and beyond. Denmark Hill Station is a pleasant 0.7 mile walk away and offers fast trains to Victoria, the Thameslink line and the Overground between Clapham Junction and Highbury and Islington, Kings Cross for connections North and to Europe via Eurostar. Camberwell Church Street has seen a boom in the number of fantastic independent restaurants, cafes and bars meaning you will be spoilt for choice on your doorstep. Peckham is just down the road and is one of South London’s most exciting destinations, with great music, art and food. Brixton is not far in the opposite direction and has become famous in recent years for its fabulous food market and nightlife. Brunswick Park is not the only greenspace nearby. Burgess Park is just a short walk away and has lots to offer with numerous tennis courts, a lake, bbq facilities and a cycle route to the city.