Penford Street, London SE5 9JA, UK
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A very stylish and well cared for top floor two-bedroom Victorian conversion with a very long lease and secured bicycle storage, in a well-regarded cul de sac with the delightful Myatts Field just around the corner.
High ceilings and large sash windows ensure a wonderfully bright and airy open plan reception. Wide plank wood flooring contrasts nicely with crisp white walls and there is a well-equipped and modern kitchen. With space to relax and entertain, there is space for a small table and chairs under the windows and a good-sized sofa opposite the TV. The kitchen is a classic shaker style with complimenting granite effect worktops, white metro tiles on the splashback and Integrated appliances keep this space sleek. Both bedrooms are off the hallway and are both doubles, they have the same lovely wood flooring that graces the lounge, with neutral décor, space for a double bed and furniture. One overlooks gardens to the rear, and one faces to the street but being in a cul de sac and on the top floor, both should be quiet and ensure a restful night’s sleep.
As you would expect the bathroom is modern and chic with large format grey porcelain tiles, a traditional long bath for a relaxing soak and an integrated shower over the bath for the morning dash. There is also a white pedestal wash basin, low-level W.C and a heated towel rail to keep this space toasty and the towels dry. The property further benefits from two storage cupboards, one is on the stairs and is perfect for bike storage or those out of sight things we all collect.
The stunning Myatt’s Fields Park is also close by and well worth a visit, a recently revamped, pretty Victorian park with state-of-the-art play areas, tennis courts and boutique community café. For evening and weekend entertainment you are spoilt locally. Brixton is one of the most celebrated foodie destinations in London and is also home to the excellent Ritzy cinema. Loughborough Farm is a community food growing project just over the road. Camberwell, famous for its art scene, is also just a short walk and offers an ever-growing number of Time Out picked restaurants and the South London Gallery. All this without needing to even jump on a bus!
You are just a 10 minute walk to Loughborough Junction Station which is on the Thameslink line taking you straight into the City. St Pancras is just 20 minutes on the train making a weekend dash to Paris temptingly easy. Brixton Underground Station is less than 20 minutes away for the Victoria Line. Denmark Hill station is a 15 minute walk for the Overground between Clapham and fashionable East London.