Lugard Road, Peckham
A whole lot of end of terrace house on a quiet Peckham residential backstreet that’s close to Queen’s Road Peckham Station (walk 3 minutes), and also to Peckham Rye and Nunhead stations (walk 13 and 11 minutes respectively). It sits on a corner plot - with Stanbury Road - so you have the bonus of street access to the garden.
The house has been beautifully extended and renovated by the current owners. Welcome features include solid wood floors, bespoke shutters, old school style radiators, and a neutral decorative scheme. Freehold.
The front door sits to the side of the house. Once in, go straight ahead and you land in the huge opened-up double reception room which has a big bay window, feature fireplace, and back door out to the garden.
The huge kitchen/diner is up next - stretching almost 27 feet and with another bay which makes the perfect casual dining spot. The fitted kitchen is timeless Shaker-style, and beyond, French doors open onto the larger than average garden which is smartly landscaped.
From the half-landing you’ve an oversized bathroom with white suite and cast iron free-standing bath plus independent shower. From the landing find bedrooms one and two at over 15 feet by over 10 and 11 feet by over 9.
Up to the second floor and you’ll find a study or dressing room (you choose!) opening into a neat shower room, and the large master bedroom with skylights and accessible eaves storage.
The QRP area - a few minutes from the house - is attracting more attention than ever before, with a growing number of eateries, drinkeries and shopping opportunities including Kudu restaurant (plus their new to 2020 tapas place and cocktail bar), Peckham Cellars, Beer Rebellion, Vintique (vintage furniture), Blackbird Bakery and Mamma Dough pizzeria.
Walk 10-15 minutes west for Rye Lane and Bellenden Road and more options. Nunhead has your closest high street area. Here we love Ayres bakery and Soper’s wet fish shop, and the pretty Victorian library on Gordon Road. Also El Vermut and Babette for food and wine.
Heading east, you’ll land on New Cross for nice pubs plus Curzon cinema and contemporary art gallery - both on the Goldsmiths campus.
Green space? Telegraph Hill’s parks are close (check out the Farmers’ Market on Saturdays at the lower park), plus Peckham Rye Park & Common’s 113 acres. Nunhead Green is much smaller but most local.
Local schools are well regarded and include Edmund Waller Primary, John Donne and St Thomas the Apostle School and Sixth Form College.
For further information or to arrange a viewing please call 020 3318 8900