- 7 DOUBLE BEDROOM
- OPEN-PLAN RECPTION/KITCHEN DINER
- RARE PROPERTY
- 107 YEARS REMAINING LEASE
- CLOSE TO LOCAL AMENITIES
- 2 BATHROOMS
- LARGE GARDEN
- WELL MAINTAINED
- GOOD TRANSPORT LINKS
- EXCITING INVESTMENT OPPOTUNITY.
Rare opportunity to purchase this 7 bedroom Maisonette with large garden.
Being an exception to the rule, this quite amazing property is situated in the heart of Peckham and therefore grants access to convenient transport links and all local amenities. The property comprises 7 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, fully integrated 18' Kitchen/Diner and a generous rare garden.This property is ideal for investors or families alike, with an overall Square foot of 1,765'.
Peckham has long been a base for artists and designers due to its proximity to Camberwell College of Arts and Goldsmiths, as well as its relatively cheap rents. And when they're not sipping Aperol Spritzes at Frank's, art enthusiasts hang out at the South London Gallery. It's been on Peckham Road since 1891, but the art on display is cutting-edge, including huge installations, video shorts and an annual resident-artist programme. On-site restaurant The Habit cooks up small plates of leek and tarragon arancini, dry-roast pork belly with fennel slaw and braised octopus. And just a few doors down, in the old Southwark Town Hall, is Spike + Earl, a buzzy café from social enterprise coffee roasters Old Spike.
In Victorian times Peckham's Rye Lane was the Oxford Street of south London, home to department stores Jones & Higgins and Holdron's. While the goods being peddled have changed, Rye Lane is still Peckham's main artery. There's now an independent coffee shop on every corner and breweries, bakeries and barber shops popping up around the slightly grubby, always fishy but wonderfully authentic street. Just behind Rye Lane, underneath Peckham Rye station, are arches packed with artisans, including Blenheim Forge blacksmith's, which handcrafts London's smartest kitchen knives. Head to Brick House Bakery for the best coffee, and Peckham Refreshment Rooms for a deliciously flakey pain au chocolat. Later in the day, visit Bar Story for happy-hour Negronis and Serious Pig for plates of charcuterie, followed by the Brick Brewery tap yard for craft ale followed by Coal Rooms for a meat-focused meal.
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