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A well-presented and unique, three-bedroom, two bathroom, early Victorian terraced house with a roof terrace and south facing garden..
On entering the property, this house feels light and spacious and still has some lovely original features. Once inside, head right for the thru lounge, your eye is immediately drawn to a pretty fireplace, with lovely high ceilings and neutral décor - this is a lovely bright room that is full of character. The lounge rolls on to a good-sized kitchen/diner, with an extensive range of shaker style wall and base units, there is an integrated oven and hob with a smart extractor hood and a large ceramic sink. The splashback and floors have contrasting grey tiling and French doors open onto a south facing garden, with two patio areas and planted borders. Back inside, and also off the kitchen there is a study/sunroom with double glazed doors and windows that almost span the entire width of the room, a versatile space that could also be used as an exercise room or similar. There is a handy downstairs toilet also off the room.
Back in the hallway and up a flight of stairs, you still have the original Victorian balustrades where you will find two bedrooms and the family bathroom on the first floor.
The master bedroom at the front of the property is a fabulous size, with stripped wood flooring, another gorgeous original fireplace, wardrobes built into the alcoves and it is overlooking the front garden and treetops.
The second bedroom which is to the rear, also has stripped wooden floors, contemporary grey décor and views of the gardens.
The bathroom is very large, it is also light and modern with a white suite and classic style fittings, including a mixer tap and rain shower, with localised metro tiling around the shower The toilet and basin are situated together on the opposite wall with the basin housed in a vanity unit.
Last but not least, up another small flight of stairs to the mansard room with en-suite and wraparound roof terrace. The room has wooden floors and crisp white walls with doors opening onto the roof terrace and to the modern shower room. The roof terrace is unique to this property - no other house on the road has one, great for watching the fireworks on New Year’s Eve or relaxing with a glass of wine in balmier months.
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.
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