Knatchbull Road, Camberwell

Park-side and oversized one bedroom Victorian conversion flat of over 800 square feet, with a long (recently-extended) lease, its own front door, a private patio/terrace, and a huge walled communal garden - with direct and side access. Permit-parking. 

There is obvious potential to convert to a two bedroom pad (as the neighbours have done) if you wanted to adjust the current layout and use the generous footprint differently. 

The attractive apartment takes the entire lower ground floor of a grand Victorian semi (there are four flats in the building; one per floor), by the lovely Myatt’s Fields Park. Recent external works to the building have just been completed. 

This is a leafy and desirable residential spot within Lambeth’s Minet Conservation Area, tucked away from the hustle and bustle, yet you have three Fare Zone 2 stations at your feet inside 15 minutes: Denmark Hill, Loughborough Junction, and Oval - for the tube. You can also grab many a central-bound bus from nearby Camberwell New Road, with its delighting Georgian architecture to admire on the journey.

Your own front door rests to the left hand side of the building. Once in, take three stairs down to your hall area (admire your high ceilings immediately), with the kitchen/diner running open-plan to this, with part-glazed door to your patio area. 

Your smart shower room is the other side of the hall space - with traditional-style sanitary ware, a generous walk-in shower and large profile tiles. 

Adjacent, to the front of the building, is the huge reception room - of 16 feet each way! A feature fireplace, alcove shelving, coving and rose detail and bespoke shutters are all welcome features. 

A massive bedroom completes the tour. It is over 17 feet by over 13 feet, with useful cupboard space (for clothes, linen and such) and garden views from twin sash windows. 

You’re a short walk from Camberwell’s arty town centre with its cool laid-back scene and eateries and drinkeries galore. The Bear, Grove House Tavern, Hermits Cave, Forza Win, Litltle Cellars The Camberwell Arms and Theo’s, in particular. For luxury groceries, head to Gladwell’s, Grove Lane Deli and Veraison Wines. Camberwell Lanes is a project to watch for the future. Annapurna cafe is close to you, too - for brunches, lunches and cocktails. 

Coldharbour Lane (the main road up to Brixton) is also close for more options: we rate Three Eight Four for cocktails and small plates, Nanban for Japanese/Brixton fusion food, and Mamma Dough for sourdough pizzas and craft beers. And the foodie options at Brixton Village (street food heaven and more) are fab as well. 

You’re well-positioned to enjoy glorious Myatt’s Fields Park with its bandstands, (Little Cat) café, tennis courts and impressive floral displays, plus Minet Library and local arts hub Longfield Hall.

There’s a well-stocked weekly Farmers’ Market at Oval, and another on Camberwell Green (where you’ll also find Camberwell Library) as well. Ruskin Park is close too. 

Camberwell has a good leisure centre on Artichoke Place, plus Zen Yoga Studio and Butterfly Tennis Club at the bottom of beautiful Camberwell Grove. 

The centres of Brixton, Herne Hill, Peckham and East Dulwich are also easily reached via bus, foot or cycle.

  • Tenure: Leasehold
  • Service charge: £500 per annum
  • Ground rent: £10 per annum


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