Ellerdale Street, Ladywell

Offers in excess of £799,950.

Bay-fronted two double bedroom end of terrace Victorian house with a low-maintenance south-facing garden - with side access, just a few minutes from glorious Hilly Fields, near Ladywell Conservation Area. 

A lovely house, and you’re well-connected too: walk eight minutes to either Ladywell or Lewisham stations (Lewisham has the DLR as well as regular services).

The property has been carefully and sympathetically refurbished under its current ownership: you can move straight in. 

Ellerdale Street is a residential one on nice high ground - think driving lesson territory. A neat and walled front garden sets you back from the pavement. Once in, you have a formal double-reception to your right. The first reception room is over 13 feet by over 11 feet (with coving and picture rail), and the second is 11 feet by over 9 feet. Stripped original floors flow through from the hall. Both rooms' fireplaces have been opened up with exposed-brick detail. 

At the foot of the hall (past the handy under-stairs cupboard), you’ve got a recently-renovated double-aspect kitchen, which runs over 13 feet. Timeless navy units are topped with timber counters. And a back door here leads to the sunny shingled garden with wide side-return and large planters. 

Up the stairs and you’ll first-find an oversized windowed bathroom up ahead: it has traditional-style sanitary ware with a free-standing bath and large independent shower. 

From the main landing you’ve got your two double bedrooms. The first, to your left, is over 11 feet by over 9 feet. The master bedroom spans the width of the house - it’s over 14 feet by 11 feet, with two windows to street vistas. Stripped floors pleasingly continue to reign. 

Your local high street area is in Ladywell. Here the offerings include a lovely deli (The Larder), a good butcher (Meat Jon) and a Mamma Dough (for great sourdough pizzas). A new 40-seat modern-European restaurant is joining the list this year (in the old Coral shop). Also local, Loampit Hill has a fair bit going on these days - Middleton coffee shop/deli is a good spot for fantastic local coffee, pastries and brunches, and check out Chicha (serving vibrant Peruvian street food) and Le 5 Terre (offering fresh homemade pasta and sauces), and don't miss Brockley Market - a foodie Saturday one held in Lewisham College's walled car park. 

Brockley (walk here within 20 minutes) has nice independent restaurants such as The Orchard and L'Oculto Cocina and cool bars: Brickfields, Joyce, and Brockley Brewery (with taproom) of course. 

The Deptford High Street area including Deptford Market Yard is very hip - with bars, night spots, cafes, restaurants and breweries. We particularly rate Tila, Marcella, The Tapas Room, Isla Ray’s, Stockton and Villages.

And central New Cross is close. Our top tips here include the contemporary art gallery: Goldsmiths CCA, and Meze Mangal for the best Turkish grub. 

Central Lewisham’s handy for mall shopping and markets. You’ve also got the best fish and chip shop in London (we think!). 

Green space? Stroll to Hilly Fields in mere minutes - there's a sweet cafe here, plus sports courts and woods, or walk around half an hour for Greenwich Royal Park. Ladywell Fields is also close. 

Local schools include Prendergast Ladywell Primary and Secondary Schools, and Lewisham TLG Primary.

  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council tax band: C
  • Borough: Lewisham


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


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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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