Property Features

  • Mid Floor Conversion
  • Statuesque Period Semi
  • 1 Bedroom
  • Eat In Kitchen/Separate Lounge
  • Windowed Bathroom
  • Split Level
  • Leasehold 94 Years Unexpired
  • Prime Telegraph Hill Street
  • 410 Sqf. / 38.1 Sqm
  • Great For Transport/Green Space

Property Summary

A split level 1 bedroom period conversion on one of glorious and leafy Telegraph Hill's finest tree lined streets.

You'll find it on the right as you travel up from Queens Rd. It's a delightful, statuesque semi, and we enter the communal hallway (shared with two other flats) and up the stairs to the front door.

We enter into the bright and recently upgraded kitchen diner. Units are cream with a butcher's block effect worktop, and en-vogue moorish tiled splash-backs. Decor is cool white, and there's room for a dining table and chairs. The funky floor to ceiling built in mirror bounces the light around nicely and is pretty handy for a quick accessories check on the way out!

Off here is the lounge. Nicely nestled at the rear of the flat, overlooking the garden, and the South Westerly aspect means you get the afternoon and evening light. Neutral white decor.

Back through the kitchen and we scoot upstairs to the bedroom: calm, tranquil and again arranged towards the rear of the building, and the continued neutral theme ensures a very peaceful ambience.

Behind here is the windowed bathroom in Baby Blue metro tiles, with a crisp white three piece suite.

The tenure is Leasehold, with 94 years unexpired, and very sensible annual costs of £100 ground rent and a buildings insurance contribution of £140 or so.

The Telegraph Hill Conservation Area has been a magnet for first time buyers, families and investors for some time now, thanks largely to the great quality of housing stock, a wonderfully friendly community to live amongst, and great transport amenities and green space.

New Cross Gate is your nearest station, with mainline trains 1 stop into London Bridge in about 8 mins, and the Overground connections to the Jubilee for the West End, Docklands, East End and Stratford for Westfield and the Olympic Park. Or straight up to Dalston Hackney and Islington.

Buses to everywhere are plentiful too.

Nunhead and QRP stations are other nearby options.

New Cross has seen some considerable investment of late, and there's plenty to get you out and about. The Rosemary Hungarian Organic Restaurant is cool, The Rose has a great vibe, and tThe Telegraph & Skehans are your locals on the Hill.
The Hill Station cafe is the hub of all things community based on the Hill, and has great pop up food, art and music events.

We are blessed with the two lovely parks: Dog walkers and tennis players up top, along with some pretty commanding views, and joggers, skateboarders, families et al plus the weekly farmers market in the lower.

Nunhead Lane is a great local shopping treasure trove: Ayres Bakers, Sopers Wet Fish Shop, The BYO Plastic Free shops, Mother Superior Wine & Deli store, El Vermut Bar, 400 Rabbits for Pizza & Craft Ale, plus loads more.

Hip on your bike or bus to nearby Deptford with its award winning markets and popular market yard eateries and bars, or up to Greenwich and Blackheathf or great green space and oodles of history and tradition.






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