Property Features

  • Modern Terraced House
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Ground Floor WC
  • Utility/Office Space
  • Lovely South West Facing Garden
  • Close To Transport
  • Close To Schools
  • 1024 Sqf / 95 Sqm
  • Freehold

Property Summary

Kimberley Avenue sits right in the heart of Nunhead Village, and runs either side of Nunhead Lane. My client's house lies on the Northern stretch, and is close to where all the action is.
Part of a row of post-war modern houses, this is only the second time it has been on the open market.
We approach down the front path, then we're into the entrance hall. First up on the right is the lounge. Bay fronted windows with bench seats, lots of book case storage and a feature fireplace.
Behind is the kitchen, well fitted with high gloss white units, room for the usual appliances, and a dining space.

Back into the hallway and we're looking at the under stairs storage, opened up to receive a buggy - clever, and there's another big storage cupboard next door. Alongside this is the handy ground floor WC.
our hallway journey ends with the utility room/office space.

The first floor provides for the three bedrooms and bathroom. There's two good doubles and a single, plus a huge storage cupboard on the landing.

Everything is double glazed, so nice and toasty at this time of year.

The rear garden is a great family space, stretching back 18.5 metres (or 60' in old money), and is South West facing. Presently laid to lawn with an enviable kids climbing frame/play area at the bottom.

Nunhead Lane is a vibrant high st with a fabulous array of traditional and boutique shops and eateries, along with its 'village green', playground and community centre.
Long standing family businesses such as Ayre's bakery and Soper’s Fish Mongers sit alongside newcomers like Bambuni, El Vermut, Babette, and Four Hundred rabbits. The London Beer Shop is my particular fave - never the same beer twice! The BYO (Bring Your Own) food and household stores are gems too, and their 'no plastic waste' mantra puts the big supermarkets to shame.

Pub-wise, The Old Nun’s Head is great, as is The Telegraph at The Earl of Derby and Skehans. Proper foodies should try Peckham Bazaar.

Mamma Dough and Blackbird Bakery are two hot-spots by QRP Station. Peckham's also on the doorstep: Peckham Plex Cinema (fiver-films-forever), Peckham Levels and The Bussey Building, traditional street market and high st familiars.

As for green space, you are very spoilt for choice: Peckham Rye, with recently upgraded kids activity space, the two Telegraph Hill parks with amazing views and excellent Saturday market, and of course the decayed grandeur of Victorian Nunhead Cemetry. Neither Blackheath or Royal Greenwich Park are difficult to get to either.



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