A glorious ground floor one bedroom flat, built in circa 1911. The property is generously sized, with ample storage space and an array of natural light throughout.
The property has had a bespoke kitchen fitted, made out of solid oak and finished to a very high standard.
Benefits include double glazed timber sash windows, integrated modern appliances & solid oak floor throughout the living room, kitchen & hallway. The property is situated only 0.6 miles from Kings College Hospital, perfectly located for any key workers looking for a short commute to work.
As you exit the building via the communal entrance, you directly overlook Camberwell Green, offering fantastic recreational space and a place to enjoy some sunshine.
The landlords comments;
''I have loved living in Camberwell it's a great area with brilliant transport links and some of the best restaurants around. Theo's pizzeria is the best pizza in London and a stones throw away plus the amazing Camberwell Arms is just down the road, what more could you want?!
I worked hard to make my flat a place to relax and so it is filled with environmentally friendly, natural materials and a calm, clean colour palette. I love it for it's homely feel in a bustling city. It has been a haven for me and provided me with a lot of good memories I will miss it greatly.''
Denmark Hill Station is less than a 15 minute walk for Zone 2 trains (fast to Victoria, Thameslink line to the City) and the Overground service to fashionable East London (Shoreditch, Dalston Junction, Highbury and Islington) and Clapham High Street and Junction. From Camberwell Green you can get a bus to every corner of London and you're just a couple of stops from Oval Underground Station (Northern).
Just around the corner on Camberwell Church St. you will find a number of Time-Out recommended bars and restaurants, including a fabulous craft beer pub (Stormbird) and the best pizza for miles at Theo's. Camberwell is famous for its art scene and the South London Gallery is a short walk away they also serve delicious brunch in their cafe. Peckham and East Dulwich are both walkable and offer roof-top cocktail bars, independent cinemas and top-quality butchers, bakers and delis. If you want to head into the thick of things a ten minute bus journey will whisk you to the sunny Southbank for all your cultural delights.