Kings Grove, Peckham

Big and bright two double bedroom split-level Victorian conversion apartment of 782 square feet, on a quiet and tree-lined no-through street which pops you really close to Queens Road Peckham Station (walk three minutes, or you are 13 from Peckham Rye Station). Chain free. 

In the main front door you arrive in a shared hall. There is just one other flat in the building, on the ground floor. Your own front door is straight ahead, and this opens to a really handy lobby - plenty of space here for bikes, shoes, coats and general stuff. 

Take the stairs to the first floor, and you will first find the big sash-windowed eat-in kitchen on your right. This is over 11 feet by over 8 feet, with on-trend stainless steel units, and a gorgeous recently-fitted marble worktop. 

The property’s neat shower room is set to the left of the stairwell. This is a windowed one, with modern fittings and sanitary ware. 

The living room (in a beautiful pale pink hue) spans the width of the building. It is over 14 feet by over 11 feet, with a delightful wood-burner, west-facing twin sash windows to pretty street vistas, and original wooden floors. 

The top floor pleasingly delivers more large and airy rooms - we are loving the east/west orientation of the flat (favoured by artists).

The first double bedroom is set to the back of the building, with a pale carpet and built-in wardrobe. It is over 11 feet by nearly 9 feet. The front bedroom is a whopper! Resting over the reception room, with stripped floor boards once again. A bank of built-in closets to the far wall keeps matters tidy. 

The area around QRP Station has its own established little scene now - we like Peckham Cellars, Kudu’s outlets, Beer Rebellion, Blackbird Bakery, Mamma Dough and Well & Fed - all within five minutes of your door! 

Walk 12 minutes to Rye Lane, 13 to Peckham Rye Station, and 15 to Bellenden Road. Rye Lane is home to hip rooftop bars, a cinema, good street food and handy high street shops.

Bellenden Road has lovely restaurants like Artusi, Ganapati and The Begging Bowl. On Blenheim Grove, check out Levan, Larry’s, Il Giardino and The Coal Rooms.

For more options, New Cross (don't miss contemporary art gallery Goodsmiths CCA here), Nunhead, East Dulwich and Deptford are all close. 

There is a community garden at the end of the street. And local parks include Brimmington, Telegraph Hill, Peckham Rye, Burgess and Southwark. Or jump on the bus for Greenwich Park plus attractions, and The Thames of course. 

  • Tenure: Leasehold (approx. 152 years remaining)
  • Service charge: £500 per annum
  • Council tax band: C
  • Borough: Southwark


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


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