Leontine Close, Peckham

Three bedroom ex-LA maisonette of 941 square feet, with a generous part-walled private garden - which faces west with a twist of south; you’ve got direct access to this (from your kitchen/reception room) and gated rear access, too. Leasehold. 

The location is a residential street, equidistant from Peckham Rye and Queens Road Peckham stations (both Fare Zone 2 and on the London Overground line). Walk to both in under 15 minutes. 

You share a secure and neat hall space with just one other property. In your own front door and a roomy hall greets you, with a modern shower room at the end. Turn right through a part-glazed door for a big and bright kitchen/reception, of 18 feet by over 9 feet. Double-glazed (the property is double-glazed throughout) French doors provide access to your low-maintenance paved rear garden. 

The fitted kitchen is a smart gloss white number with plentiful wall and base cupboards.

Up to first floor level and you’ve got three smart bedrooms - all are doubles. The two set to the rear have west-facing windows; the largest to the front has an east-facing one. You've also got a big reception room up here, and a modern internal bathroom (with over bath shower and smart mosaic tiling) completes the tour. 

Very locally, Peckham has a weekly Farmers’ Market on Sundays (9am to 1pm), by the iconic Stirling Prize winning Library - designed by Will Alsop, and Peckham Pulse leisure centre. Mountview has a campus by the library - where a new cool work hub and a cafe/bar has recently opened (on the roof, natch): Skylight Peckham.

Getting around? Peckham Rye Station (Fare Zone 2, with both Overground and regular services) is a brief walk down Rye Lane, or you can hop on one of the many buses serving Peckham High Street. If you’re cycling, the canal path through Burgess Park is a must. Queens Road Peckham Station is also close. 

Bellenden Road, Rye Lane, and the buzzy foodie little neighbourhood by QRP Station are also really close for independent shops (plus the high street staples and supermarkets) and plenty of top places to eat and drink. We particularly rate Frank’s Cafe, Forza Wine, The Bussey Building, Peckham Levels, Levan, Review book shop, The Montpelier, Ganapati, Artusi, Kudu, Well & Fed, and Sally Butcher’s Persepolis (Persia in Peckham). 

Looking ahead, there’s more to come for Peckham: The Peckham Coal Line and the regeneration of and around Peckham Rye Station are just a couple of examples.

Camberwell, New Cross, East Dulwich and Nunhead aren’t far either for more options - including Curzon and Picturehouse cinemas. 

  • Tenure: Leasehold


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