Three Bed Modern Flat on Leafy Peckham Rye
Rye Court, Peckham Rye, London SE15
- Modern 2nd Floor Apartment
- Three Bedrooms
- Large Lounge w/ Balcony
- Separate kitchen
- Communal Grounds
- Share Of Freehold
- Zone 2
- 778 Sqf / 72.28 Sqm
- Windowed Bath & WC
- Peckham Rye/East Dulwich Stations
Live your very best park-life in this three bed second floor (treetop!) apartment of 778 square feet, with a private balcony which overlooks Peckham Rye Park and Common’s glorious 113 acres.
The flat enjoys a Freehold-share and leafy communal grounds. You have a strong layout with built-in storage, and the flat’s really bright throughout thanks to its pleasing south-east/north-west orientation.
You’re set between East Dulwich and Peckham’s centres in beautiful borderland - just a mile from both Peckham Rye and East Dulwich stations (both Fare Zone 2, and with Peckham Rye Station delivering Overground services alongside regular services to London Bridge and Victoria etc.).
Take the stairs up and find your own front door on the second floor. From the hall space your kitchen is first on the right. This is a simple fitted number, with a large built-in original cupboard, and a window to green views. On your left is an oversized reception room of over 17 feet by over 11. Open out here through French doors to your private and especially-sunny balcony with room enough for table and chairs and for your favourite potted plants and herbs.
Beyond the reception room you have two bedrooms of over 11 feet by over 6, and over 11 feet by over 10. Both have south-east facing windows and the smaller of the two has a built-in cupboard to the near corner.
Past the kitchen is an independent w.c., bathroom with white suite (both are windowed), and a third bedroom - this time of over 11 feet by 8. Either side of the bathroom and w.c. are two built-in cupboards to the ceiling. You’ll not struggle for storage.
Peckham Rye Park and Common comprises a popular Victorian Park and historic common, providing a pleasant refuge for both the local community and wildlife. The park has a long, rich and engaging history; it was recorded as being cultivated before the Norman Conquest in the 11th Century! It’s home to ornamental gardens, streams, woodland and a lake, playgrounds and a cafe, plus outdoor gym. It never gets boring, even on a dull day!
At the tip of the common to the north you have a bunch of cool eateries and cafes including Mr Bao, Bahn Bahn, Pizza Pickup and Pedler. Bellenden Road and Rye Lane are also close for gastronomic delights (such as Levan, Artusi, Ganapati and The Begging Bowl) and cafes, cool bars and pubs, Peckham Levels, The Bussey Building, and Peckham Plex Cinema (films for a fiver).
On East Dulwich’s Lordship Lane, you’ve lots of boutique shops and places to eat and drink. We like Terroirs, Meat LiquorED, Franklin’s, SMBS, The Cheese Block and Moxon’s, plus The EDT and The Palmerston. There's also a handy M&S Food Hall and Co-Op supermarket. Don’t miss North Cross Road for shopping and Saturday market. Nunhead isn't far either for more options.
Local-to-you pubs include The Herne, The Rye, The Clockhouse and Watson’s General Telegraph. All within a small ramble.
Tenure: Share of Freehold
- Share of Freehold