Mona Road, Peckham

Charming and extended three bedroom Victorian end of terrace house, with a sunny south-facing garden.

You’re just a seven minute walk from both Nunhead and Queens Road Peckham stations. Chain free. 

Find the pleasing property on a SE15 side road, putting you close to the centres of Nunhead, Peckham and New Cross. You’re also but a street away from Edmund Waller Primary School, and Telegraph Hill Conservation Area (with its lovely Victorian parks and housing stock). Parking is unrestricted on-street. 

A neat front garden, with railings and tiled path, sets you back from the pavement. From the porch area, open your smart front door. You open directly into the large opened-up sash-windowed reception room, of over 22 feet by over 14 feet. Easily zone seating, dining and even work areas here. There’s a pretty feature fireplace in the first reception space, and a large built-in storage cupboard (for coats and cleaning stuff) in the second. 

On through, and you’ve got a large and light kitchen/dining room of over 17 feet by over 14 feet, with a modern white fitted kitchen, exposed-brick detail, cast-iron radiators, and garden views and garden access (via oversized double-glazed French doors). A large roof light impresses over the former side return area. 

The sun trap status garden is a particularly private one and fairly low-maintenance in design - with well-established planters, and slate shingle to the ground. 

Up the stairs and you’ve got a sunny double bedroom to the rear, of over 9 feet each way, with a generous built-in wardrobe. Your second bedroom is over 8 feet by over 7 feet and has garden views too. 

The slick bathroom is a contemporary style - with monochrome detailing, herringbone pattern tiling, white suite and an over bath shower. 

Finally, find your master bedroom to the front of the house, spanning to width of the house: over 14 feet. Twin sash windows and a bank of floor to ceiling wardrobes are great features here. 

You're in Nunhead/Peckham/New Cross borderland in this location: enjoy what all have to offer - Nunhead's high street and Green area has been the subject of recent improvement (the high street has excellent local shops too; examples are Ayres bakery and FC Soper for fish), as has the Queens Road Peckham area around the station. New Cross has a friendly, yearly-refreshed vibe - thanks to Goldsmiths University. It also boasts a contemporary art gallery. 

Local pubs include The Telegraph at The Earl of Derby (soon to re-open with fab new management: Parched), Beer Rebellion, Skehans and The Rose Inn. For brilliant Balkan cuisine, check out Peckham Bazaar on Consort Road - be sure to book ahead. Kudu and its tapas place by QRP Station are lovely too. 

If small ones are here or on the horizon, you're in a super spot for excellent local schools. As well as Edmund Waller, Hollydale, Kender and Haberdashers' are all close by.

Telegraph Hill’s parks are local to you and the lower park has a classy weekly Saturday market. Another good market to check out is Brockley Market held in Lewisham College’s walled car park (also on Saturdays). Sainsbury's Is local by NXG Station. 

For more options, it's a short trip to Greenwich, Deptford, Nunhead, Peckham and Camberwell.

  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council tax band: D
  • Borough: Lewisham


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


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Becky Munday (Managing Director) has been valuing and selling homes and properties of all shapes and sizes since 2004, and has led the sales operations of two market-leading, independent estate agencies in south London.

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