Handsome Three Bed Period Terraced House
Gellatly Rd, New Cross, SE14
- Victorian Mid Terrace
- Three Double Bedrooms
- Two Reception Rooms
- Large Kitchen Diner
- New Bathroom
- Lovely Period Features
- 48' Rear Garden
- Great For Schools
- Close To Transport
- 1294 Sqf / 120.2 Sqm
A classic period terrace of three double bedrooms, two receptions, a large kitchen diner and a rear garden approaching 50' or so.
Both receptions have elegant high ceilings with the original cornicing, stripped flooring and neutral decor.
Period detail a plenty, including sash windows, fireplaces, picture rails and French doors to the garden.
Down the hallway and you're into the nerve centre of the house: what a fabulous family and entertaining space this is!
Lots of dining space thanks to the bay windows to the side and the kitchen is fully fitted with the usual appliances and loads of storage space. Access to the garden from here too, more of which later.
Up the stairs to the master bedroom, big and bright.
Behind is bedroom two, a good double and then its down to the rear landing where you'll find the bright, contemporary bathroom with thermostatic rain shower. Behind this is the third bedroom, a great sized double perfect for kids, guests or a home office, and overlooking the rear garden. The rear loft is a handy storage space.
You've also got the main loft space for tons more storage or possible expansion subject to the usual permissions.
Exit the kitchen straight onto the rear garden, stretching back almost 50'. A visit to the Nunhead Gardener up the road is a must - a fantastic garden centre for the green fingered amongst us, and so close too.
Gellatly Rd lies at the south west corner of Telegraph Hill, and is so well connected for transport. Nunhead is direct to Victoria, Blackfriars and E&C, while both London Bridge and the Ginger line are accessible from Queens Road Peckham and New Cross Gate.
Families have a choice of local school options, with Edmund Waller
and Hollydale Primaries and Aske's Secondary & Free school all
nearby.Nunhead Lane is just around the corner, and is fast becoming the trendy local shopping area, with an array of independent and artisan shops including an amazing fishmonger, bakers, butchers, craft beer shop and cafes - very 'villagey'.
There's also a redeveloped kids play area on Nunhead Green.
Telegraph Hill is home to the two brilliant parks, with fabulous
cityscape views, tennis courts and picnic area in the top park, and
the skate park, toddlers play area, ponds etc in the lower. There's
also the Hill Station Community Cafe, which plays host to lots of pop events and restaurants.