Kinsale Road, Peckham Rye
Handsome bay-fronted end of terrace half-house with a west-facing garden, just an eight minute walk from Peckham Rye Station and Bellenden Road. You’re even closer to Peckham Rye Park and Common’s 113 acres... yours at the end of the road!
The property has a cool pared back style (white walls, stripped floors and doors - for example) and side access, and there’s potential to extend too. Permit-parking is on-street for residents.
From the hall, take a right for your generous front reception room, of over 14 feet by over 11 feet. High ceilings, sash windows in the bay, and a central wood-burner impress.
Your second reception (open to your first reception; there’s also a door from the hall) is over 12 feet by over 10 feet, and a very natural dining room. A sash window here looks onto the garden. Both receptions have custom-made shutters on their lower sash window panes.
Beyond this room is the double-aspect kitchen of over 12 feet by nearly 8. Modern white fitted units and solid wood counters feature, and you’ve a practical tiled-floor. A part-glazed back door delivers you to the garden from here.
Up the stairs and your windowed bathroom is set to the rear of the house, with both bath and shower. The (also windowed) w.c. is independent, next door.
Two bedrooms complete the tour: these are over 12 feet by over 7 feet, and over 14 feet by over 13 feet. You’ve got sisal flooring in the first bedroom, and the second has stripped and painted boards.
Peckham continues to be rather an epic place to call home. The restaurant, bar, shop and cafe offering is particularly strong, more often than not independently run, and welcomes all ages. We particularly rate Artusi, Review, Ganapati, Levan, The Begging Bowl, Tonkotsu, Mr Bao, Miss Tapas, Peckham Bazaar, Peckham Levels, and The Bussey Building and Copeland Park complex.
Lordship Lane in the other direction (walk 15 minutes) has great spots and shopping as well. We like Franklin’s, Terroirs, SMBS, William Rose, Mons and Chener Books. Useful handy high street shops and banks are found on both Peckham’s Rye Lane and East Dulwich’s Lordship Lane. Nunhead’s fairly close too - for its cute high street and glorious Victorian Cemetery.
On East Dulwich Road - walk a few minutes - just before you get to lovely Goose Green, you have a handy Tesco store and a classy parade of shops including a Hop Burns & Black, ice cream parlour and exciting newcomer cafe/bar: The Brougham. East Dulwich leisure centre is also on this stretch.
Local schools include The Belham, Bellenden Primary and The Villa (Nursery and Pre-Prep.).
- Tenure: Freehold
For further information or to arrange a viewing please call 020 3318 8900