4 Bedrooms | 4 Bathrooms | 2 Reception Rooms
This isn’t just an incredible four-bedroom home, it’s one of a seriously charming row of similar period properties that have been improved to give this street facing Deptford Park a distinctively unique feel.
Considerably larger than you would imagine at first glance from the kerbside, the house has been pushed outwards and upwards through extensive refurbishment.
What was once the original grand reception room is now a very stylish kitchen and dining room, with exceptionally high ceilings that add a sense of drama. Venture deeper and the living room, with a side bay window, is a wonderfully peaceful room that opens out onto an ornamental garden. There’s also a bathroom on this level, and a useful cellar.
Head upstairs and you’ll find three superb-sized bedrooms and two bathrooms distributed across the first floor. Climb the second set of stairs and you’ll be greeted by the loft room; a lovely space that’s equally at home as an office or a fourth bedroom. Look out of either window at the front or back and the London skyline reminds you where you are.
Whilst the setting may feel off the beaten track, it’s extremely well connected. Wander through the park and you can hop on any number of buses from Evelyn Road to whisk you through Bermondsey and into Central London. You can also walk to Surrey Quays station for the London Overground to Shoreditch and beyond to North London, with stops along the way for transferring to the tube network, including the Jubilee Line just one station north at Canada Water.
Surrey Quays shopping centre and a selection of substantial supermarkets are very close by and all within walking distance, as well as some great coffee shops including the Cafe Gallery within gorgeous environs of nearby Southwark Park.
Available late May 2023