Asylum Road, Peckham
Comfortable and extended bay-fronted Victorian mid-terrace house of 1628 square feet with a sunny west-facing private garden, close to Brimmington Park, and just a five minute walk Queens Road Peckham Station.
The house hosts four bedrooms (all doubles) and one bathroom and two shower rooms.
In your front door and your two (opened-up) formal reception rooms rest to your left. These are over 14 feet by over 13 feet, and over 11 feet each way. Enjoy stripped floors and two period fireplaces. Part-glazed French doors lead to the side-return area of the garden.
At the foot of the hall you have access to a handy cellar, and the door to a galley kitchen (with back door to the garden) which then leads to a downstairs shower room plus utility.
Up to the first floor and from the half-landing on your left are a bath and a shower room (both windowed) then a decent double of over 10 feet by over 9 feet.
From the landing proper is another double bedroom to your right (over 11 feet each way) and a large twin-sashed master bedroom across the front: over 17 feet by 13 feet. Both of these rooms have a built-in closet.
The next floor delivers a large converted and carpeted loft room with casement and skylight windows.
Queens Road Peckham Station has regular and Overground trains. You are just two stops from London Bridge. In the other direction you have New Cross Road/Old Kent Road - bud travel is very easy in this locale.
QRP has its own scene these days in the patch around the station. Check out the Kudu collective, Mamma Dough, Beer Rebellion, Blackbird Bakery, Peckham Cellars and Well & Fed.
Walk 15 minutes for Rye Lane’s handy high street shops, Bussey and Market buildings, Peckham Plex Cinema and Peckham Rye Station. On the way, you’ve got Peckham’s library and leisure centre, plus canal path.
SE15 has an excellent gastro-scene for all budgets. Some of our top eateries are Ganapati, The Begging Bowl, Levan, The Coal Rooms and Made of Dough (half price pizzas on Mondays here!).
Pubs and bars locally are strong too. Your most local is The Asylum Tavern in an attractive Victorian corner building. A little further finds you at The Prince of Peckham, The Earl of Derby, The Rose Inn and The Montpelier among others.
Local nursery and primary provision includes The Villa, Nell Gwynn, Kender and Edmund Waller.
- Tenure: Freehold
- Council tax band: D
- Borough: Southwark
For further information or to arrange a viewing please call 020 3318 8900