Costa Street, Peckham Rye

Modern-build terraced house (2007), with a tidy loft conversion delivering its third bedroom. The house is on the same stretch as a row of similarly-sized Victorian homes, and it sits in front of pretty McDermott Grove Community Garden. 

The 1004 square feet property is accompanied by outside space on more than one level - you have pretty front and rear gardens and a rear roof terrace too. 

The location puts you just a short walk from Peckham Rye Station, Bellenden Road and Rye Lane - all are yours within five minutes by foot. Permit-parking is on-street for residents. Freehold. 

The house has a delightfully-green outlook at the rear - thanks to McDermott Grove Community Garden. The land here is owned by Southwark Council, but managed by a friendly green-fingered group of volunteers.

Open directly into a generous kitchen/dining room of over 15 feet by over 12 feet. A multitude of modern white units are set on two walls, paired with a cool blue glass splash back. 

Beyond and before you reach the rear reception, you’ve got a lobby area with guest/downstairs w.c. and a generous under stairs cupboard. 

The rear reception’s over 12 feet by over 9 feet, with large double-glazed French doors and another window too (all the windows throughout are double-glazed). The doors deliver you to the low-maintenance patio garden - which is particularly sunny of a morning. 

Up to the first floor and to the front of the house is a good double bedroom of over 12 feet by over 9 feet, with a large glazed window and door; the door opening to your Juliet balcony. 

Mirrored sliding doors in the landing area reveal excellent storage. To the rear of this floor you’ve got a windowed bathroom with contemporary white suite and metro-style tiling, and a long bedroom of over 15 feet by nearly 7 feet. 

Up the stairs again and you’ve got the welcome roof terrace (with glazed door access), and your third bedroom, of over 12 feet by over 11 feet, with own private w.c. 

You’re in a super spot for Peckhamite-life here: Peckham Rye’s Zone 2 station is a short walk for regular and Overground services. The boutique shops etc. of Bellenden Road are a short stroll away; Review bookstore and Flock & Herd butchery are a couple of our favourites. You're also close to all things East Dulwich - including Lordship Lane and North Cross Road's Saturday market. 

You needn’t leave the immediate locale of the weekend: Ganapati, Il Giardino, Levan, Artusi, The Coal Rooms and The Begging Bowl restaurants are all delightful. For a coffee/loaf, pop out to Petitou or The General Store. The Victoria Inn, The Montpelier and The Prince Albert are all pleasing local pubs. And Rye Lane is close for high street essentials, banks, markets (and Market Building), Peckham Levels, The Bussey Building, Forza Wine and Frank's famous rooftop Bar. 

There’s even more in store for Peckham! Including the regeneration of and around Peckham Rye Station, and The Peckham Coal Line linear park.

Green open spaces? Warwick Gardens is your closest, and it's not far to Goose Green, Peckham Rye Park and Common's 113 acres, Burgess, Ruskin, Brockwell, Dulwich and Greenwich Parks.

  • Tenure: Freehold


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