Elcot Avenue, Peckham

Offers in excess of £800,000. 

Delightful bay-fronted Victorian terrace with three double bedrooms, tucked in a peaceful corner of a quiet and tree-lined residential Peckham backstreet. 

You are close to Queens Road Peckham and Peckham Rye stations (both are Fare Zone 2 and on the London Overground network). You can also pick up plenty of buses on nearby Old Kent Road. 

From your hall, turn right for your traditional through-reception, running over 24 feet. The decorative scheme is neutral and you have stripped boards to the floor. 

At the end of the hall you have a useful internal w.c. in a zesty yellow hue. Then find your modern eat-in kitchen (plenty of cupboard and counter space here), with a timber back door to a small but welcome and low-maintenance back yard. 

Up the stairs and from your half-landing you have your modern windowed bathroom to your right (white suite here and large profile wall tiles), and a double bedroom up ahead (of over 11 feet by 9 feet, with built-in closets). 

The main landing delivers two further doubles - the one to your left is over 10 feet by over 8 feet (with an alcove wardrobe). The master bedroom impresses across the front of the house, with a big bay window plus an additional one. 

Queens Road Peckham and Peckham Rye stations are each a circa 15 minute walk, for Overground and regular rail services. London Bridge, London Victoria, Clapham Junction and Canary Wharf (via Canada Water) are all easily reached. 

A short walk from the house, find Brimmington Park, which is flanked by a beautiful Grade II listed crescent (Clifton Crescent), with a local residents group: ‘Friends of Peckham East’. Burgess Park, Peckham Rye Park and Common, and even Greenwich Park, are all but a short bus ride or cycle.

It is a strong spot, this. You are close to Peckham’s iconic, Stirling Prize winning Library designed by Will Alsop, and Peckham Pulse (for gym and swim). And there’s a weekly Farmers’ Market in Peckham Square every Sunday 9am to 1pm. 

Bellenden Road, Rye Lane and Queens Road are all close for independent shops, plus general staples, supermarkets, and great places to eat and drink and enjoy life. 

Peckham Plex cinema, Bussey Building & Copeland Park, Peckham Cellars, Mamma Dough, Ganapati, The Begging Bowl, Persepolis, Beer Rebellion, Kudu and The Blackbird Bakery are a large handful of recommendations.

You’re also close to all things New Cross - including the contemporary art gallery: Goldsmiths CCA. Telegraph Hill Conservation Area's Victorian parks are pretty and serve up great views and a cute Saturday Farmers’ Market.

Other local town centres include Camberwell, Bermondsey, Nunhead, East Dulwich and Deptford.

  • Tenure: Freehold


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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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