Eastlake Road, Camberwell

A beautifully turned out three bedroom Victorian maisonette of over 950 square feet on one of the quiet, residential streets that sit off Coldharbour Lane (that long road connecting Camberwell and Brixton).

It’s laid over the first and second floors of a four-floored end of terrace building. There is just one flat below. The flat comes with a long lease and also a small section of garden. Permit-parking is available on-street. Chain free.

The property’s front door is at the side of the property, in a pleasing olive hue. The stairwells are notably well-lit; large sash windows feature throughout. On the first floor it’s straight ahead to the huge reception/dining room that’s over 18ft in length (by over 12ft) and with treated floorboards underfoot. We love the high skirting boards in here and crisp scheme (as through the rest of the flat).

Access the large kitchen off the reception or via the first floor landing area. It’s a white, modern fitted affair with white base units, funky green wall units, oak counters and on-trend brick-style tiling in light grey.

The bathroom sits next door and this has been sympathetically-done with traditional style sanitaryware and fittings, plus brick-style, gloss white tiling to the walls.

Up to the second floor for all the bedrooms. To the front of the building are two bedrooms of 12ft by 11ft and 9ft by 7ft, and to the rear is the master bedroom of 12ft by 11ft. Sisal flooring in all three is very welcome and pairs well with the neat, white walls. There are really pretty garden views via the sash window on the stairwell from the top landing; this would be a brilliant, well-lit  place for a work-from-home/office area.

A well-connected location; excellent bus routes can be found at the top of the road on Coldharbour Lane, including the 176 to Tottenham Court Road, the 40 to Aldgate and the 185 to Victoria. Loughborough Junction is a 4 minute walk from your door (offering a mere 10 minute journey-time to Blackfriars and Farringdon)  and Denmark Hill (both main line and Overground trains) is reached in 15. Or pick up the tube at Brixton for the Victoria line (an 18 minute walk).

Whirled Cinema is an utter gem, locally: a members-only cinema and bar in a railway arch on Hardess Street. Central Camberwell and Brixton town centres are close for markets, restaurants, cafes and bars etc., including Brixton Village for pop-ups and regular eating establishments. A handful of eateries we like are Mamma Dough (posh pizza) and Nanban (Japanese/Brixton Market fusion) on Coldharbour Lane (and don't miss Three Eight Four here - a gorgeous cocktails and small plates place), and The Camberwell Arms on Camberwell Church Street, plus Theo’s (sourdough pizza) and The Crooked Well on Grove Lane. 

Your nearest green space is beautiful Myatt’s Fields Park: a 14 acre, Victorian-era park which opened in 1889. It has a bandstand, tennis courts, playground, cafe, and excellent bedding displays. You’re also close to Ruskin Park.

  • Tenure: Leasehold (approx. 155 years remaining)
  • Service charge: Buildings insurance (£258 this year)
  • Ground rent: £0
  • Council tax band: D
  • Borough: Lambeth


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