Delightful three double bed, two bath upper flat of 917 square feet, with a private west-facing roof terrace (directly accessed from bedroom number two). Leasehold.
Recently extended and renovated; the flat takes the first and loft floors of a handsome bay-fronted Victorian terrace, on a favoured resi street.
The location's a lovely one: Walk eight minutes to Peckham Rye Station, and nine to East Dulwich Station (both are Fare Zone 2). You’re even closer to brilliant Bellenden Road.
A walled front garden's a warm welcome. Open a main front door - here you share a neat hall with the one flat below yours. Through your own front door ahead and take the stairs up.
On your left from the landing is the main windowed bathroom, with white sanitary ware, an over bath shower, and brick-style tiling. Straight ahead is a bright double bedroom with double-glazed window and new soft grey carpets (all the bedrooms are carpeted).
Up a few stairs and on your right is the eat-in kitchen of over 11 feet by over 9 feet, with modern white fitted units. Next door, running the width of the building, you’ve got a generous reception of 15 feet by nearly 12 feet. Two double-glazed sash windows provide tree-lined street vistas.
Head upstairs for two further double bedrooms; the top one has a large skylight plus double-glazed door with Juliet balcony, and accessible eaves storage. Adjacent is a neat shower room with contemporary fittings, and a skylight window.
Local green spaces are Goose Green, Peckham Rye Park & Common’s 113 acres, and Warwick Gardens
Keeping fit? East Dulwich leisure centre (gym and pool) is but a 10 minute walk away, or you’re just a little further from Peckham and Camberwell’s pools and gyms. British Military Fitness also run group sessions on Peckham Rye.
Gastronomically you are in a superb spot, with the likes of Artusi, Ganapati, The Begging Bowl, The Coal Rooms and Levan within a brief stroll. Further foodie and social options are found locally on Rye Lane (walk 10 or so minutes): Peckham Levels and The Bussey Building & Copeland Park complex as some examples.
East Dulwich's Lordship Lane is also close for restaurants, bars, a Picturehouse cinema, and great grocery and independent shopping alongside a few chains (examples are M&S, Sweaty Betty, Oliver Bonas and Meet Bernard).
Your local pubs include The Victoria Inn, The Montpelier, The Prince Albert and The Gowlett. For more options, East Dulwich’s Lordship Lane is close, as is central Camberwell.