First Floor 2 Bed Convo w/ Huge Shared Garden
Jerningham Rd, New Cross, SE14
- Period Conversion
- First Floor
- Two Bedrooms
- Separate Kitchen
- Bathroom With Natural Light
- Huge Communal Garden
- Fabulous Transport Links
- Period Features
- Secondary Glazing To Bedrooms
In the first house on Jerningham Rd, on the first floor, is this lovely two bedroom conversion flat.
Forming part of this very imposing Victorian semi at the foot of the Telegraph Hill Conservation Area, you enter into a super wide communal hallway and you're up the stairs to the first floor.
Entering into a hallway with plenty of storage, we step into the lounge. Nice high ceilings, big triple sash windows, wooden flooring and a very quaint fireplace nod in the direction of its period heritage.
Off here is the galley kitchen, like the lounge, lots of light, and room for all the essentials.
Back into the hallway and next up is the bathroom, perfectly sized and lots of natural light and a crisp, white suite.
The two bedrooms sit side by side with a step down to bed 1. A well proportioned double overlooking the rear gardens. There's an array of built in storage, and secondary glazing keeps things calm and cozy at night.
Bed two also has a built in cupboard and secondary glazing. It's a great nursery, guest bedroom or WFH space, as we all need now.
The rear garden is HUGE by any standard, and is communal.
If convenience is your thing, this is perfect. You couldn't be closer to trains, buses, Sainsbury's, the Offy, the Boulangerie for that all important Coffee & Croissant as you head for the station, the Hairdressers, the Dry Cleaners and The Rose. You get the picture.
So, what's the low down on the area? We're Zone 2, and getting around couldn't be simpler. Right across the road is New Cross Gate, with mainline trains into London Bridge in 7 mins, and the Overground takes you up to Dalston, Hoxton, Highbury & Islington and beyond, while linking with the Jubillee two stops up at Canada Water, which puts Docklands within 15 minutes reach, and the City and West End in less than 30.
There's buses to pretty much anywhere on the New Cross Rd, even down to the Bluewater Shopping Centre and Deal, on the Kent coast!
Telegraph Hill has the two parks, with amazing views of the cityscape (particularly on New Year's Eve), tennis courts and weekly farmers market (the new traditional butcher comes down from the Brecon Beacons and is well worth a visit).
The Hill Station Community Cafe is the hub of the are and we look forward to all of the fab functions it hosts once we can. Likewise the annual Telegraph Hill Festival (I have SO missed the Punk Karaoke with our brilliant local live band Midlife Crisis)
There's some great pubs and eateries here. The Rosemary organic Hungarian Restaurant couldn't be a more welcoming venue, and The Telegraph on Dennetts Rd puts on a mean Monday night quiz and an even meaner Sunday roast. The White Hart has a late weekend license and an impressive craft beer menu too.