Property Features

  • 2 Bed Period Conversion
  • Top Floor
  • Separate Modern Kitchen
  • Shared Garden
  • Double Glazing
  • Sweeping Views From Rear
  • Statuesque End Of Terrace Building
  • Share Of Freehold
  • Overlooking Goose Green
  • Great Transport Links

Property Summary

You'll find this eminent, end of terrace period house on the corner of East Dulwich and Worlingham roads, and you will find it hard not to be impressed by the stature and elegance. The entrance is around the corner on Worlingham, and we are greeted by a pair of reassuringly solid double doors with ornate brassware. Beyond this another sturdy door allows us into the bright communal stairway and we quickly ascend to the top floor.
Into the flat and we turn right into the lounge. There's a warm tone and the feature fireplace and wooden flooring provide character. It's neat and well organised and has great views over Goose Green from here (lush trees permitting).
From here we're through to the kitchen. Morning sunlight floods in through the East facing window to get you going while the coffee brews. Clever use of space with smart, stylish, functional white units and tiles divided by a beautifully oiled solid timber worktop. Integrated cooking appliances will stay, and there's room for a washing machine and under counter fridge/freezer.
Back into the entrance hall and on the left is bedroom two. Presented as a guest room and study, again the East facing window provides masses of light.
Opposite here is the bathroom, and like the kitchen, it's well designed and modern with a crisp white suite. The bath has a thermostatic shower with rain head.
At the end of the hallway we find the master bedroom. A great sized double with an arcade of windows bestowing an incredible panoramic view.
You also get a good amount of loft storage.
Options for getting around are good, with East Dulwich (a mere 500 metres), and Peckham Rye stations both in Zone 2, and a great variety of buses serve the area.
Green space is more than plentiful, with the aforementioned Goose Green park opposite, and Peckham Rye is simply vast. Dulwich park, The Horniman and the beautifully wild and decaying Nunhead Cemetary are not too far away.
Lordship Lane has bars, cafe's and restaurants aplenty, and the Northcross Rd Saturday market is fab. East Dulwich Picturehouse and Peckham Plex are your local film venues, and you really should drop down into Bellenden for the amazing Ganapati and Artusi eateries.
You can work all of this hedonism off at the East Dulwich leisure and fitness centre 2 mins up the road.




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