Amott Road, Peckham Rye

Search over! Enhanced and immaculate three double bedroom Victorian terrace of 1322 square feet, with an on point architect-designed rear extension - which leads directly onto a delightful south-facing garden (with cool timber-clad shed too). 

Welcome features throughout the house include sash windows, custom window shutters, old school style radiators, beautiful built-in storage, tiled and parquet flooring detail (in the hall and through-reception rooms respectively), and underfloor heating to the kitchen/dining room and bathroom. 

Find the dreamy turnkey home on a residential street which is close to Peckham Rye Station and Bellenden Road (walk just eight minutes to each). You’re also a short walk from Peckham Rye Park and Common’s 113 acres, and from East Dulwich’s Lordship Lane - both are also eight minutes by foot. 

In your front door and you have two formal reception rooms to your left. Connect or divide these with the original doors (in a classy navy hue). The rooms are over 13 feet by over 11 feet, and over 11 feet by nearly 10 feet. Beautiful traditional twin fireplaces feature in both rooms - with cast iron inserts and marble surrounds, and the alcove nearest the big bay window has built-in storage; perfect for the TV, entertainment bits/wires and book storage/your fave framed photographs. 

Enter the huge kitchen/dining room from the second reception, or from the hall. Before entering from the hall, there’s a neat under stairs w.c. to your right. What a room! Your very-C21st rear room runs over 27 feet by over 14 feet - taking full advantage of the plot - and incorporating a full kitchen with island with a generous dining area beyond that; with wall-wide sliding glazing onto the sun trap garden. Large format square tiling runs through this space, and the former side-return area is artfully-glazed - giving you loads of light and sky to enjoy both day and night.

The fitted kitchen is a slick modern affair with simply loads of cupboard and counter space, and high-end integrated appliances as well. The island provides for breakfast/bar seating for four comfortably, too. It’s all a bit glorious. 

Beyond the natural dining area, the garden has both paved and lawned areas, with smart well-stocked borders, and contemporary timber fencing which makes the space really private. Cleverly, a useful timber-clad shed has been incorporated seamlessly onto the plot; accessed at the rear of the garden. 

Dragging yourself out of the sun and upstairs - from the half-landing you’ve got a full and dishy windowed bathroom to your left (contemporary fittings and sanitary ware here and a free-standing bath plus independent shower), and your first double bedroom - set to the rear, with pretty garden views. 

From the (skylit) landing proper, find your second bedroom to your left - it’s over 11 feet by 10 feet with built-in alcove closet, and your large master which takes the width of the terrace - at over 15 feet by 11 feet, and with a wall of bespoke built-in closets. 

Peckham Rye Station (Fare Zone 2) is a short walk for regular and Overground services - walk there in eight minutes. East Dulwich station is also close - a 12 minute walk. 

Green space? Warwick Gardens, Peckham Rye Park and Common and Goose Green are all close. 

Local schools include St John’s & St Clements, Bellenden Primary and The Belham (run by Dulwich Hamlet Educational Trust). The Villa Nursery and Pre-Prep. School for little ones aged 2-7 is also close by and very popular. Little Jungle Nursery is also well-liked. 

The independent shopping, dining and drinking opportunities of Bellenden Road are a short stroll from the door. You needn’t leave the neighbourhood to socialise and dine in style and great taste! Local cafes and restaurants include The Begging Bowl, Petitou, Pedler, Banh Banh, Mr Bao, Miss Tapas, Ganapati, Peckham Bazaar and Artusi restaurants. Local pubs include The Gowlett, The Montpelier, The Victoria Inn and The White Horse.

In the warmer months, head rooftop for drinks at Frank’s and also at Forza Wine (small plates here too). Recently-pedestrianised Rye Lane is really close for high street essentials, banks, and supermarkets and stalls, as well as Peckham Levels and The Bussey Building and Copeland Park complex plus Market Building. 

It’s all going on in SE15 as recent press coverage attests, and there’s even more to come - including the regeneration of and around Peckham Rye Station and The Peckham Coal Line linear park. 

East Dulwich/neighbouring SE22 has top places too, such as Terroirs, Franklin’s and The EDT. There’s also a Picturehouse cinema and a wonderful Saturday market on North Cross Road. William Rose and SMBS are great for independent grocery shopping. There’s a fishmonger and cheese shop as well. 

For more options, Nunhead, Camberwell, Dulwich Village and Herne Hill are all easily-reached.

  • Tenure: Freehold


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