Upper Brockley Road, Brockley
Charming one double bed first floor conversion flat with Freehold-share, slimline double-glazed sash windows and a new boiler, within a handsome semi-detached house which is fronted by a deep shared front garden.
Find it within leafy Brockley Conservation Area; you’re just a five minute walk from Brockley Station, or walk 12 minutes for St Johns Station (both are Fare Zone 2). Parking’s unrestricted on the street. You’re near Brockley’s popular foodie Saturday Market and Hilly Fields too.
Brockley CA was built by a number of speculative developers between the 1830s and early 1900s, with the majority being built in the 1870s and 1880s. The large houses were built in a variety of architectural styles which were popular in the mid to late Victorian period. The area was designated by Lewisham Council in 1973; in recognition of its special architectural and historic interest. Upper Brockley Road is quiet, wide, residential, and mature-tree-lined. A lovely spot.
In the main front door and you open into a smart and high-ceilinged hall. Take the stairs to the first floor and your own front door. On entry the windowed bathroom is directly ahead; this has a neat white suite and an over-bath shower.
Turning right from the hall lands you in the generous bedroom of over 12 feet by over 10. It has neat grey carpet to the floor, and custom made alcove wardrobes. A sash window provides green views.
Double doors open from the hall into the reception and kitchen spaces - it’s a strong layout, with the hand-built kitchen (matt white with wooden counters) tucked around the corner. Cork flooring, a feature fireplace and twin sash windows are lovely in here.
Brockley is your closest base, with a lovely European vibe around the station and surrounds - where you’ll find independent coffee shops and neighbourhood hangouts (we particularly like Brockley Brewery, Parlez and Browns of Brockley, plus The Gantry, Brickfields and The Orchard).
Deptford, New Cross, Ladywell, Greenwich, Blackheath, Peckham and Camberwell are also a short bus ride/drive/cycle.
You’re also close to Goldsmiths University with Curzon public cinema, and to Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art gallery.
For all that’s hip, stroll down to Deptford High Street and Market Yard (15-20 minutes) - with cafes, bars and restaurants and regular markets (here we really rate Marcella, The Tapas Room, The Taproom, Isla Ray’s, Villages, Stockton and Gin & Beer). You’ve also got a Myla & Davis hairdresser plus library and leisure centre.
- Tenure: Share of Freehold
For further information or to arrange a viewing please call 020 3318 8900