Property Features

  • Ground Floor Period Conversion
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Eat In Kitchen
  • Private South Facing Garden
  • Windowed Bathroom
  • Huge Basement
  • 50% Share Of Freehold
  • Hatcham Park Conservation Area
  • Great For Transport/ Green Space
  • 643 Sqf / 59.73 Sqm + Basement

Property Summary

Egmont St sits at the southern end of the Hatcham Park Conservation Area, and is lined with pretty Victorian two storey cottages.

It's Zone 2 and transport is so easy. New Cross Gate station is just 420 metres as the Crow flies, and serves London Bridge in 8 mins (1 stop), and the Overground whisks you up to Highbury, Islington,Dalston & Hoxton, along with Canada Water for Jubilee connections to the West eEnd and over to Stratford in the East.

One of a handful that have been cleverly converted laterally, we enter on the ground floor into a bright, bay fronted lounge with high ceilings, sash windows and neutral decor.

Behind this is bedroom 1, a nice light double with built in wardrobes.

We step down from the internal lobby to the lower landing where we find the bathroom. Windowed, smart and sassy with a walk in shower, white sanitary ware and metro style white tiling.

Next up is bedroom 2, a great sized double, with masses of light provided by windows on the side and rear aspects.

Next door is the kitchen diner, a modern affair with plenty of eating space, and French doors opening onto the garden.

The huge basement is accessed from the internal lobby, and there's also a very handy deep storage cupboard there too.
The basement has power and lighting and is 350 Square feet of storage, utility or workshop space.
I've known some clients in the area turn it into a great home cinema / party space.

The rear garden is South facing and is lusciously lawned and planted, with a useful side return for shed/tool storage.

So, whats the buzz with Hatcham Park?

Lots to do around too, with plenty of park space from Peckham Rye in the West, the two Telegraph Hill parks in SE14, Eckington Gardens in the next street and Greenwich & Blackheath to the East.

New Cross has trendied up massively: The new Corner Cafe on Casella Rd is uber close. Try the LP Bar for brunch, and great cocktails in the evening. you can even bring your own vinyl! The Amersham and New Cross Inn are great live venues. The Rose opposite NXG station is both lively and offers extended opening, and The Telegraph has a mean Monday night quiz and a fab Sunday roast. The Rosemary on the main road offers up some great organic Hungarian food, and Skehan's pub has a lovely Thai restaurant bolted on the back.

Queens Rd Peckham is also a great spot. Kudu restaurant, Smokey Kudu (cocktail bar), Beer Rebellion, Peckham Cellars (wine bar) are all just 15 mins away, and the Blackbird Bakery is great for morning coffee and croissants or Pizzas and a beer in the evening.

Telegraph Hill lower park now has an excellent Saturday market with fresh meat and produce from Kent growers, along with an Italian wine merchant, bread and cakes stands, regular cheeserie (is that a word?) and a variety of hot food stalls.

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