Gellatly Road, Nunhead

Delightful ground floor garden flat within a double-bay-fronted Victorian end of terrace, close to Nunhead's high street, Nunhead Green and Telegraph Hill's pretty parks and Saturday market. 

With fast links into central London; Nunhead and Queens Road Peckham stations are just a seven or 10 minute walk away. So easy! 

The property benefits from a Freehold-share and its own front door, and we can't overplay the loveliness of its own private garden (with direct access from the bedroom). It’s well-tended and stretches almost 45 feet. And best of all it faces south with a twist of west. Parking is unrestricted on the street currently.

The property has a flexible layout - in that the bedroom and reception can be swapped to preference; the current owners use the bay-fronted front room as the reception room. This is on your left from the hall, and is over 12 feet by over 10 feet. Plantation shutters to the lower panes of the sash windows and built-in shelving are welcome features here. 

To your right of the front door is a modern fitted kitchen with solid wood counters and again, bespoke shutters in the bay. 

Moving through the flat, next on your right is a neat bathroom with white suite and over bath shower. This room has frosted windows to one wall, cleverly borrowing light from the large bedroom which sits adjacent.

The bedroom (with south-facing double-glazed door) is over 13 feet by over 10. And its big built-in closet is a pleasing find. You open onto decked and paved garden sections, then you have a large lawned area with borders. As well as being sunny it has a really open feeling - as you border more gardens on all sides.

Your closest stations give you the Overground, Southern, Southeastern and Thameslink services. That's central journeys covered.

The village-like feel of Nunhead Green is just a short stroll away with its butcher, greengrocer, fishmonger, bakery and upscale bottle shops, as well as pubs, cafes and restaurants. We like El Vermut, Kudu Grill and Four Hundred Rabbits in Nunhead, and Kudu, Beer Rebellion, and Blackbird Bakery by Queens Road Peckham Station. Peckham Bazaar is a little further but easily-walkable, and Browns is a perfect stop for a coffee, as is Parlez for brunch - if heading Brockley way. 

The centres of Peckham, New Cross and East Dulwich are also close for more options. And parks and green spaces are plentiful in all directions. Peckham Rye Park and Common and Nunhead Cemetery (one of 'The Magnificent Seven') are particularly close for jogs or strolls. 

  • Tenure: Share of Freehold


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