Upper Brockley Road, Brockley, SE4

Freehold

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 3 Receptions

£1,325,000

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Brockley Station - 0.19m

Brockley Station - 0.19m

St.John's Station - 0.53m

  • Four Bright Lovely Floors
  • Generous Leafy Garden
  • Original Features
  • Mature Convenient Location
  • Freehold
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Elegant Four Bedroom Period Home Over Four Floors - CHAIN FREE.

Standing four beautiful floors tall along a mature road awash with period loveliness, this four bedroom period gem will make a most elegant home. It boasts sympathetic styling, timber flooring and some gorgeous period features including cornicing, fireplaces and stained glass. The accommodation comprises a huge double reception, further living area, dining room, kitchen, utility/wc, four bedrooms and bathroom. The rear garden is generous and private and the location leaves you within an easy stroll of so much of London's best. Location-wise you're equally as spoiled. Peckham is easy as pie on any number of fast, frequent buses. You're within easy reach of Brockley, New Cross, St Johns and New Cross Gate stations, making your morning commute a doddle. The social endeavours of New Cross will keep you busy all year round and you're an easy journey from gorgeous Greenwich. Deptford is a swift 10 minute stroll for a further flood of nightlife, bars and restaurants.

Handsome black railings invite you off the street to a well proportioned front garden with gravel bed and plenty of space for bikes and bins. A grand set of steps lead upward to an original door with proud stucco architrave. Ornate detail around the windows and well maintained London stock brickwork complete the look. Inward bound you meet a bright hall in neutral tones. The rear stained glass window supplies a glimpse of the garden . To the left you find a huge double reception, accessible through either of two doors. It enjoys a pleasant leafy aspect to front and rear and gorgeous period feature fireplaces on both ends.

Heading downward you find a further reception area with front access point - great for kids and mucky dogs. This runs open plan to a large dining area with feature fireplace and more garden views. The kitchen sits politely to the rear with oak counters atop modern grey units. There's a four ring electric hob, one and a half bowl ceramic sink and drainer and oven. The garden is accessed from here and leads to a lovely slate chip patio and lush lawn. Thanks to plenty of mature greenery it affords abundant privacy. There's a large wooden shed for the Flymo, pots and seedlings. Back inside you meet a handy utility room with wc off the lower landing.Read More

Upward to the first floor you'll just love that original staircase with original hand rail and intricate metal balustrade. The treads and risers have been painted white and there's a quality woollen runner. A further splendid stained glass window offers tonnes of light to the landing. The first floor treats you to a full width master bedroom which has two original sash windows and period fireplace. Bedroom two faces rear with yummy garden views and moody midnight blue walls. A further climb upward reveals another huge double bedroom fronting the street through two sash windows. Bedroom steals the rear spot and the loftiest of the garden views. A contemporary bathroom with roll top bath, white suite and heated towel rail completes the tour.

You can connect with the Jubilee line from New Cross Gate within one stop (at Canada Water) for unbeatable journey times to Canary Wharf, the West End and beyond. Schools? You're in the catchment area for the highly sought after Myatt Garden Primary school which has achieved an 'outstanding' OFSTED. You're within an easy stroll of Goldsmiths and Deptford High Street is a 10 minute walk. There you'll enjoy some fab eateries, an art-house cinema and music venues central to the fashionable south London music scene. As well as the many pubs and eateries nearby you have the 'Amersham Arms' and the much loved 'Royal Albert' (as recommended in The New York Times!). A 10 minute walk will have you at Telegraph Hill Park or a short drive will also have you at the lovely Greenwich Park; the perfect places to take a summer picnic. Brockley is great for coffee and frequent pop-ups. The Brockley Deli is a fine spot for some more yummy nosh. Read Less

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