Hazeldon Road, Crofton Park
Supersized one bedroom purpose-built period ground floor flat of 644 square feet, with its own front door and a delightful private garden (you have direct access to this from the flat), and a long lease of 151 years. The property’s in fresh and good decorative order, and welcome features include two feature fireplaces, high ceilings, and stripped wooden floors.
Find the pleasing property on a quiet residential street that’s just a three minute walk from Crofton Park Station. Honor Oak Park and Brockley stations (for added Overground trains) are yours in 10 and 15 minutes by foot. Parking is unrestricted, on-street.
In your own front door (noting original tiling to the front pathway) and your large and bright reception room is set to your right. It’s over 13 feet by over 19. A big south-west facing bay window has bespoke shutters to the lower panes (of three double-glazed sash windows).
Next door is the double bedroom of over 12 feet by over 11. A large under stairs cupboard is accessed from the hall, then you’ve got a generous tiled kitchen/dining room with bay window. White gloss fitted kitchen units are plentiful, and are teamed with smart red square ceramic wall tiles, and solid wood counters.
Beyond the kitchen you’ve got a neat and windowed bathroom with white sanitary ware, large profile wall tiles, and a centralised over bath shower.
A back door opens next to the bathroom, onto the garden - which is almost 27 feet. The garden’s a low-maintenance one; with shingled and paved areas, and two mature trees at the foot which frame the space nicely.
This is a residential, leafy side-street location, but you’re close to the action too! Pick up London Overground services from Honor Oak Park Station or Brockley Station, or head central from Crofton Park Station.
There are also plenty of day and night bus routes to make use of - including the 172 to St Paul’s. And Lewisham is a short bus ride for DLR services at Lewisham Station to Bank and City Airport, as well as high street shops and daily markets.
There is a strong - and growing - selection of handy shops and places to go in the immediate locale, handy shops and places to go in the immediate locale, including a Jones of Brockley general store and a Co-Op on Brockley Road, The London Beer Dispensary, The Rivoli Ballroom (event nights, live music etc. in an amazing setting), The Brockley Jack Studio Theatre and Crofton Park Tavern, as well as newcomers Jerome’s wine bar and Joyce. And Babur, for fine Indian dining, is also a lovely independent offering with takeaway arm as well.
In Brockley, we also particularly like The Orchard restaurant and Brickfields (smashing cocktails), and The Gantry. Plus Browns of Brockley and Parlez - both by the station.
Hilly Fields Park is your local green space and it has great views, tennis courts, and a cute cafe with fresh flowers on sale outside most Saturdays. Of the weekend, Horniman Gardens, One Tree Hill, Ladywell Fields, Telegraph Hill’s parks and even Greenwich Park are all close enough.
- Tenure: Leasehold
For further information or to arrange a viewing please call 020 3318 8900