Caulfield Road, Peckham

Stylishly-renovated three bed end of terrace house, with a private south-west (all the sun!) facing garden of over 40 feet.

Walk just six minutes to Queens Road Peckham Station, or it’s 10-12 to both Nunhead and Peckham Rye stations. And Nunhead’s central high street area is but a 10 minute walk. Parking is unrestricted on the street. Freehold. 

A generous front yard offers up thoughtful storage for bins, bikes and such. In your front door and there’s a handy windowed w.c. to your immediate right. To your left you land in a big open space - 15 feet by over 11 feet - incorporating your kitchen and dining spaces. The smart fitted kitchen is both good-looking and practical; with an Island, and plenty of modern Shaker-style wall and base units, teamed with wooden counters. Double-glazed windows feature (as throughout the house). 

Beyond, and following the open-plan theme, open tread stairs rise up to the right of a large and light living room, of over 15 feet by over 13 feet. Industrial-style glazing wows across the entire rear wall, enjoying the super sunny aspect. And it’s from here you access the pro-landscaped garden - with paved and lawned areas, and custom-built timber bench seating to the rear. 

Up the stairs and to the front of the house you’ve got a cool and contemporary bathroom (we’re loving the monochrome detailing in here), and a double bedroom of over 12 feet by over 9 feet - with built-in closet to the near wall, and painted boards to the floor. 

At the rear of the house you have another double bedroom (this one is over 13 feet by over 9 feet), and a big single bedroom - of over 10 feet by over 6 feet, with storage cupboard. Both rooms have garden views. 

This is a quiet residential spot near greenery, allotments, and good schools. Most locally, the QRP area is attracting more attention than ever before, with a growing number of eateries, drinkeries and shopping opportunities; including Kudu restaurant and cocktail bar, Well & Fed, Beer Rebellion, Vintique (vintage furniture), Blackbird Bakery, Pedler Good Fortune and Mamma Dough pizzeria. 

Walk 10-15 minutes west for Rye Lane and Bellenden Road and further options, including The Bussey Building, Peckham Levels, Forza Wine, The Coal Rooms, Levan and Artusi, and handy high street shops, pop-ups and markets. 

Nunhead has your closest high street area: here we love Goodcup for coffee, Ayres bakery, El Vermut and FC Soper wet fish shop, and the pretty Victorian library on Gordon Road. Kudu Grill recently opened on Nunhead Lane, and 28 Well Hung over the road is a strong steak-based restaurant. Four Hundred Rabbits is a reliable pizza plus craft beer place. 

Heading east, you’ll hit New Cross for nice pubs plus a cool contemporary art gallery (Goldsmiths CCA).

Little ones? Local primaries include Edmund Waller, Ivydale, John Stainer and Hollydale. 

Green space? Telegraph Hill’s parks are close (check out the Farmers’ Market each Saturday at the lower park), plus Peckham Rye Park & Common’s 113 acres. Nunhead Green is much smaller but most local, and Nunhead Cemetery is not to be missed: one of ‘The Magnificent Seven’.

  • Tenure: Freehold


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Munday’s opened for business in 2015 – an informed, sales-only estate agency, serving both the residential and commercial property markets. Munday’s would love to facilitate your sale or purchase (or both). Valuations for sale, probate or curiosity, are free.

Becky Munday (Managing Director) has been valuing and selling homes and properties of all shapes and sizes since 2004, and has led the sales operations of two market-leading, independent estate agencies in south London.

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