Pendrell Road, Telegraph Hill
Cute one double bed Victorian conversion flat set on the lower ground floor, with its own front door - on a really quiet, tree-lined residential street (the stuff of driving lessons) with unrestricted parking, just off Pepys Road - in the SE4 bit of Telegraph Hill Conservation Area.
Walk just 7 minutes for Brockley’s Zone 2 station and its lovely town centre. New Cross and Nunhead are both a short walk too.
Nunhead Station is a 10 minute walk; New Cross Gate a 14 minute one. Telegraph Hill’s parks are also close - walk just 3 minutes. Parking is unrestricted, on-street. Leasehold.
Your front door is set in the bay and is private to the flat. You open into the pine-floored and south-facing reception room/kitchen. It’s big at over 15 feet by over 14. The fitted kitchen’s a modern glossy one. You have recessed lighting (throughout the flat).
Next you’ve got a handy utility cupboard and a slick internal bathroom with brick-style tiling. The double bedroom completes the tour - it’s over 9 feet by nearly 11. Again you have smart pine floor and white walls.
Telegraph Hill is a smashing community to lay your hat and hosts regular community festivals and the like. Telegraph Hill’s Victorian Parks are popular and beautiful, and The Hill Station is your local cafe. There’s a weekly Saturday market held in the Lower Park, or nip down to Brockley Market (held on Saturdays in the walled Lewisham College Car Park).
Brockley’s got some lovely restaurants including The Gantry and The Orchard. Parlez by the station is a friendly low-key hangout as well. Browns of Brockley by the station serves up great coffee.
Nunhead with its high street village feel is really close: we like Ayres bakery, Bambuni deli and FC Soper wet fish shop, as well as El Vermut, Four Hundred Rabbits, The Old Nun’s Head and Babette.
We’re big fans of New Cross’s centre as well, with its pretty, historical buildings and growing number of pubs and eateries, including The Rosemary (organic Hungarian fayre), The White Hart, The Rose Inn, The Telegraph at the Earl of Derby and The Amersham Arms.
Thanks to Goldsmiths University, New Cross attracts a cool creative crowd and has a contemporary gallery and Curzon cinema – both open to the public.
- Tenure: Leasehold
For further information or to arrange a viewing please call 020 3318 8900