- THREE BEDROOMS
- BOASTS RARE PURCHASE OPPORTUNITY
- FAMILY BATHROOM
- AMAZING OPEN PLAN LIVING SPACE
- CLOSE TO TRANSPORT LINKS
- CONVERTED SCHOOL BUILDING
- PERIOD FEATURES THROUGHOUT
- SEPARATE WC
Beautifully presented three bedroom house in a converted Victorian school building in Peckham. This stunning school conversion presents a rare opportunity of purchasing a uniquely well designed house within the SE15 location. The property is beautifully proportioned, immaculately maintained and full of light. Set in a boutique development of 5 houses, it provides a home of style, space and quality. Retaining part of a converted school built in circa 1856, this secure, well presented house offers endless peace and privacy for an enviable lifestyle of comfort and convenience. The property comprises 3 double bedrooms, a modern family bathroom, separate WC, paved rear courtyard with storage shed. To the first floor the property boasts a wonderful full level open plan fully integrated bespoke kitchen and ample lounge space. Large windows flood the property with natural light and it also benefits from an additional mezzanine level that could be used for a second reception or study space. Local transport links include Peckham Rye Station (0.3miles) allowing for easy access throughout London. Off street parking is also available for one car.
Peckham continues to be rather an epic place to call home. The restaurant, bar, shop and cafe offering is particularly strong, more often than not independently owned, and welcomes all ages. The particularly rated Artusi, Review, Ganapati, Levan, The Coal Rooms, Miss Tapas, The Begging Bowl, Mr Bao, Peckham Bazaar, Forza Wine, Peckham Levels, and The Bussey Building and Copeland Park complex.
Lordship Lane in the other direction (walk here in under 15 minutes) has great spots and shopping and socialising as well. The popular Franklins, SMBS, William Rose, Mons, Chener Books and the Picturehouse cinema. North Cross Road puts on a lovely Saturday market too.
Useful handy high street shops and banks are found on both Peckham's Rye Lane and East Dulwich's Lordship Lane. Nunhead's fairly close too - for its village-feel high street and its glorious Victorian Cemetery.
On East Dulwich Road - walk a few minutes - just before you get to lovely Goose Green, you have a handy Tesco store and a parade of shops with classy ice cream parlour and a Hop Burns & Black bottle shop. East Dulwich leisure centre is also on this stretch.
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Lambeth Council, Band E
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