- Victorian Conversion
- Refurbished To a High Standard
- Minutes From Loughborough Junction Station
- 2 Bedrooms
- Minutes From Ruskin Park
- Vibrant Bars & Restaurants of Brixton Within Easy Reach
This delightful first floor two bedroom end of terrace apartment is a nice blend of the contemporary and traditional, the dark wood floors combine well with stainless steel finishing in the open plan kitchen/reception and the vendor's personal touch provides a beautiful living space.
On entrance the reception/kitchen diner is complete with stainless steel fixtures and fittings to the sink and range cooker blended with a cream finish to the storage cupboards, a free standing dining table takes pride of place at the centre of the dining area, leading from here is the reception to the right, neutrally decorated with the continuing theme of dark wooden flooring providing access to the second double bedroom. The bathroom has a contemporary finish, complete with WC, sink and bath/shower. Fully tiled in 'metro' style white finish. To the rear of the property is a good sized master double bedroom, carpeted in cream and neutral finish to the walls. The property has good light running throughout and has a spacious contemporary feel.
Kemerton Road lies in the heart of 'Ruskin Village' a quiet enclave nestling on the edge of Ruskin Park. Loughborough Junction Station with its speedy links to The City (Blackfriars 8 Minutes) is just a few minutes' walk away and Brixton underground (Victoria Line) is only a mile away. The vibrant bars and restaurants to be found in Brixton are within an easy walk or a short bus ride on the P4 and the wide open spaces of Ruskin Park are literally at the end of the road!
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