Three Bed Period Stunner W/ Garden Studio
Hatcham Park Rd, New Cross, SE14
- Period Terrace
- Three Bedrooms
- Open Plan Ground Floor
- Extended Kitchen Diner
- Fabulous Garden Studio
- Hatcham Park Conservation Area
- Superb Transport Links (Bakerloo Ext 2028/9?)
- Great For Schools
- 102 Sqm / 1019 Sqf
Enriched and refined three bed period beauty that's right on point for transport, schools, shops and green space.
Hatcham Park Rd, bearer of the Conservation Area's historic title, is home to pretty rows of Victorian terraces, and mid-way along is where we find this fine example.
Walking in, we immediately enter into a short hallway which leads us into the very bright and breezy open plan living space. Double glazed bay windows (south facing), vougish grey decor with contrasting painted floorboards, contemporary inset gas fire, old school rads, off-set built in shelving, French doors to the garden, it really is a cool family space.
From here, it's a step or two down into the kitchen. A similarly stylish affair, galley style with a range built into the chimney breast, solid timber worktops and room for the usual kit, then it's down again into the extended dining area with velux's and bifolds onto the garden - such a fab eating/entertaining space.
Upstairs we have two of the three bedrooms to the front, a single nursery/study/spare room with a nice double next door.
The calm and peaceful main bedroom lies behind and overlooks the garden.
Down to a half landing where there's a couple of handy storage cupboards, and at the rear is the exquisite family bathroom. Sumptuous double ended roll top bath AND a walk in shower. Again, decor wise, lots of warm timber and smart grey brick style tiling.
The rear garden has had a full make over and offers a decked area under a timber canopy - very Mediterranean, a plush lawn with established shrubbery bordering, and what everyone desires in these times - a fabulous garden studio unit that includes a wonderful wfh space and a separate garden store.
Home to platform at New Cross Gate station will take no longer than 5 minutes, where you'll be whisked into London Bridge in 7 mins, and of course the Ginger Line puts you into Docklands via the jubilee at Canada Water in 15. The Bakerloo extension will be a future welcome addition too.
There's plenty to explore from here: Pubs and eateries such as the Rosemary Organic Hungarian Restaurant, The Rose and The Telegraph up the hill have all trendied up, while there's still a few traditional gems around (you simply must wander down to the Dog & Bell in Deptford and trouble their outstanding array of Belgian ales).
The weekly farmers market in the lower Telegraph Hill park is now a must, and other highlights are the Blackbird bakery in the arches at QRP Station, and Deptford Market Yard, which has a number of local favourites including Little Nan's (cocktails in teapots - who knew!), The Taproom (craft ales and pizza) and the incredible AAJA - a live streaming/music venue, bar and record store (all my christmases come at once!).
Nunhead lane is your destination for excellent family run high st shops, including Sopers Wet Fish shop, Ayre's bakery, a traditional butchers and green grocers, all complimented by newer arrivals such as 400 Rabbits (Pizza!) and the excellent Mother Superior deli and wine store.
Tons of green space around too, starting with the local Eckington Gardens on Casella Rd, then there's Fordham and the two Telegraph Hill parks, plus Greenwich and Blackheath a short bus/bike ride East.