Moncrieff Street, Peckham

Immaculate architecturally-refurbished three double bed Victorian bay-fronted terraced house, just a four minute walk from Peckham Rye Station.

The generously-proportioned home delivers some 1260 square feet (including the handy cellar; excluding the loft space - with obvious conversion potential), accompanied by a sunny south-facing garden which extends 60 feet. 

It’s a fairly quiet residential back-street this one, where permit-parking is available for residents. A neat and walled front garden sets the property back from the pavement. Upon entry, a pleasingly-slick scene is set: crisp white walls are partnered with exposed brick detail, and a beautifully-laid solid wood herringbone floor underfoot rolls throughout the house. 

The front reception area - to your right - has a handsome bay window (with sash windows), and an opened up fireplace. The second reception space also has an opened up fireplace, plus sash window onto the side return area, and an original alcove cupboard.

Moving through the house, the entrance to the cellar is to your left. On your right is a neat and windowed guest w.c., and adjacent is a utility area (where the boiler lives), with back door onto the side return. 

The kitchen/diner sits at the rear of the ground floor. It has a long bank of smart white modern units, topped with stone counters. The exacting attention to detail the owner has taken with this renovation is particularly obvious in this room. 

From here, it’s out to the big garden - which has both lawned and paved areas, plus beautiful birches at its foot. Bask in all-day sunshine with your winning south-facing orientation.

Upstairs and to the front of the house, you’ll find the master bedroom (of over 15 feet by over 13) which is a luxurious bay-windowed space, with free-standing bath, and generous bespoke storage to the opposite wall. 

Adjacent, find a regular double bedroom of 11 feet by nearly 10, with built-in alcove cupboard and opened up fireplace (and this time with a modern double-glazed window). 

The third double bedroom (also 11 feet by nearly 10, and with opened up fireplace) is at the rear of the building. This room also has a built-in alcove cupboard and a modern double-glazed window. Next door is the main bathroom with cool twin contemporary sinks, and the largest of walk-in showers. The independent w.c. is next door.

Peckham Rye Station is your nearest (Fare Zone 2) and offers frequent services to London Bridge and London Victoria, as well as London Overground services. 

This is a wonderfully-central Peckham location. Walk just three minutes to Rye Lane for such delights as Peckham Levels, The Market Building and The Bussey Building. 

Peckham Rye Park and Common's 113 acres is a 10 minute walk. The Peckham Coal Line is an exciting coming-soon linear park. Bellenden Road is reached in eight; here, we love the independent offerings such as Flock & Herd, The General Store, Review, Ganapati, Artusi and The Begging Bowl. Local pubs include The Rye Hotel, The Montpelier and The White Horse. 

You’ve all manner of great places to eat within a 10 minute walk. Recommendations include Peckham Bazaar, Forza Wine, Levan, The Coal Rooms, Miss Tapas, Mr Bao and Pedler. For more options, East Dulwich, Camberwell, New Cross and Nunhead centres are all close.


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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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