- Rosendale Road SE24
- Fitted kitchen
- Double glazed throughout
- Easily maintainable wooden floors
- 1 Double bedroom
- Beautifully tiled bathroom with rain shower.
- Close to Brockwell park and Lido
- Close to all local shops and amenities.
A charming one double bedroom flat which benefits from off street parking (permit required) located within the Peabody Estate in Herne Hill, Constructed circa 1850. The apartment is well proportioned throughout and is presented in good decorative order..
Located on the first floor, the flat comprises one double bedroom, quaint reception, kitchen/ reception with shelving and chandelier lighting, The property has easy to maintain wood flooring, contemporary fully integrated fitted kitchen which is comprised of white gloss and granite work surfaces. The bathroom has been fitted to an exacting standard with a great combination of tilling, bath fitted with rain shower, WC and sink, and ample storage cupboard. The property also benefits from double glazing throughout.
Located on Rosendale Road within a few minutes walk of the admired Brockwell Park, with the Lido,various shops, bars in which Herne Hill has to offer, as well as Herne Hill station with its speedy links into London Victoria and the City. The flat would make a perfect first time buyer purchase or rental investment.
More than 100 years ago The Times (2nd April 1902) took an interest in the new Peabody Buildings in Rosendale Road, Herne Hill. It noted both the scale and the novelty of the project which, if completed, would have created a new town of 5,000 people housed in 48 blocks surrounded by a perimeter of cottages.
However, only 12 blocks, the ones still standing today, were built at the time, along with 150 cottages. The Peabody Hill development came much later, in the 1970s.
The Herne Hill project also resolved another problem. Working class Londoners needed to live close to their work or at least have affordable transport. Not until the railway companies provided a network of cheap ‘workmen's trains' in the last decades of the Nineteenth Century was this viable. In 1902, within a short walk, tenants could travel from Herne Hill to Victoria or to the City for 2 day return. We think of commuters today as office workers but, in 1902, central London, including the City, was teeming with factories, workshops and warehouses as well as commerce, retail and finance.
Lambeth Council, Band B
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