Peckham Rye, East Dulwich
Directly facing Peckham Rye Park and Common’s glorious 113 acres, and just 10-15 minutes by foot from both Peckham Rye and East Dulwich stations (Fare Zone 2), find this recently and stylishly renovated two double bedroom conversion apartment.
It's set within a dashing double-fronted detached Georgian mansion of just three apartments (one per floor) - with a west-facing shared rear garden (access this via the side of the building) and parking out front. Share of Freehold.
This flat’s on the first floor; so you get the best vistas - mature trees as far as the eye can see! Enjoy early sun to the front of the apartment.
From your own front door, your bedrooms are to your left - both are generous - of over 14 feet by over 10 feet, and over 11 feet by over 10 feet. Both have big built-in closets and opened-up fireplaces (as does the lounge). The larger front room has dreamy park views. As throughout the flat, herringbone parquet floors and sash windows impress.
From the right of the hall you’ve got a delightful reception room (park vistas again!) of over 19 feet by over 14 feet. This room’s open-plan - by design not compromise - to the sleek kitchen/dining room, with monochrome detailing, modern yet timeless Shaker-style units, and stone counters.
Lastly, the flat delivers a wonderful windowed bathroom with both bath and independent shower. Monochrome detailing and contemporary fittings dazzle.
You’re set between East Dulwich and Peckham’s centres in beautiful borderland! Connect with Lordship Lane, Rye Lane and Bellenden Road very easily.
Peckham Rye Park and Common comprises a popular Victorian Park and historic common, providing a pleasant refuge for both the local community and wildlife. The park has a long, rich and engaging history; it was recorded as being cultivated before the Norman Conquest in the 11th Century! It’s home to ornamental gardens, streams, woodland and a lake, playgrounds and a cafe, plus outdoor gym.
At the tip of the common to the north you have a bunch of cool places to eat, including Mr Bao, Voodoo Ray’s and Bahn Bahn. Bellenden Road and Rye Lane are also close for gastronomic delights (such as Levan, Forza Wine, Artusi, Ganapati and The Begging Bowl) and cafes, cool bars and pubs, Peckham Levels, The Market Building and The Bussey Building.
On East Dulwich’s Lordship Lane, you’ve lots of cool boutique shops and places to eat and drink. We like Terroirs, Meat LiquorED, SMBS, The Cheese Block and Moxon’s, plus The EDT and Franklin’s. There's also a handy M&S Food Hall and Co-Op supermarket. Don’t miss North Cross Road for shopping and Saturday market. Nunhead isn't far either for more options.
Local-to-you pubs include The Gowlett, The Herne, The Rye, The Brougham, The Clockhouse and The White Horse. All within a small ramble.
- Tenure: Share of Freehold
For further information or to arrange a viewing please call 020 3318 8900