Chadwick Road, Peckham Rye

Oversized and recently-refurbished one bedroom conversion flat with a huge south-facing garden, its own front door, and a long lease. The property measures in at 687 square feet, and has potential (and Planning Permission) to extend to the side and rear. 

Find the perfectly-located pad within a large Victorian townhouse on a popular tree-lined street which connects Peckham’s Bellenden Road to Camberwell’s Grove Park. Walk just five minutes to Peckham Rye Station, and two to Bellenden Road. Permit parking is available on-street.

Enter through your own front door and to your immediate left is a handy store area. Turn right and you land in the large bay-fronted reception room, measuring more than 15 feet by 14 feet. Welcome features here include an attractive feature fireplace, custom-built alcove storage (shelving and cupboards), and a smart vertical radiator. There’s plenty of space to zone seating and dining areas. 

Moving through the flat (the hallway wall has been removed to create an open-plan living environment), next on your right is the double bedroom - measuring over 10 feet each way, with alcove closets, and timber-framed, double-glazed French door to the side-return area of the garden. 

At the end of the hallway (lined with additional storage), you'll find the kitchen. This is a modern fitted affair with smart wall and base units and quartz counters, integrated Bosch appliances, and a double-glazed casement window plus back door (onto the side-return area). The room measures over 14 feet by 9 feet.

Beyond the kitchen is a generous bathroom (double-glazed window here again) with contemporary sanitary ware and fittings, a free-standing XL bath, heated towel rail, concealed plumbing, under-basin storage, and an independent walk-in shower (with overhead monsoon fitting and separate shower attachment). 

The expansive garden is set over two levels, with a side return sun-trap terrace, a raised lawn, and a secluded wooded section beyond the pond. Mature trees provide a green backdrop and screening from neighbouring properties. There is plenty of scope to create several landscaped spaces and accommodate a garden office in the future.

Walk just five minutes to Peckham Rye Station for regular and Overground services, or it’s 15 to Denmark Hill Station.

Local shops on Bellenden Road include The General Store, Flock & Herd butchery, and Review book store. You’re extremely well-served for restaurants and bars, too. We love Ganapati, Artusi, The Sourcing Table, The Begging Bowl, Levan, The Coal Rooms and Il Giardino to name a handful - on Bellenden Road and Blenheim Grove.

Rye Lane is also close for shops, supermarkets, banks, and indoor and outdoor markets, as well as Peckham Levels, Peckham Plex (cinema) and The Bussey Building & Copeland Park complex.

Camberwell's centre has great offerings as well. We love The Camberwell Arms, Gladwell's deli, and newcomer Forza Win. 

For more options, Nunhead, Herne Hill and East Dulwich are close. 

  • Tenure: Leasehold (approx. 165 years remaining)
  • Council tax band: B
  • Borough: Southwark


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For further information or to arrange a viewing please call 020 3318 8900


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