Well presented throughout, this two bedroom flat offers an abundance of natural light and is situated within the heart of Stockwell. The property briefly comprises of the following; two double bedrooms, large reception room, modern kitchen, family sized bathroom and ample storage. Along with the added benefit of a long lease and no onward chain, the property would be ideal for either a first time buyer or an investor.
Located in the heart of Stockwell, the property has access to fantastic transports links including the Victoria and Northern line with a 24 hours service over the weekend. There's regular bus services operating in the area the No 88 to Parliament Hill Fields via Oxford Circus, and from along Brixton Road, the No 3 goes to Whitehall, the No 59 runs to Euston via Waterloo and Holborn and the No 159 goes to Marble Arch via Piccadilly Circus.
Sandwiched between the busier neighbourhoods of Brixton, Clapham and Vauxhall. Stockwell dates back to the thirteenth century. Its name is thought to derive from "stoc", the old English word for a tree trunk or post. Stockwell was a rural manor on the edge of London, including market gardens and the famous naturalist John Tradesant's botanical garden. Today, the area of Lambeth is home to London's largest Portuguese population . The name 'little Portugal' is one of London best kept secrets, offering bars, cafes and restaurants. The famous Oval cricket ground is just a stones through away from Stockwell, where you can enjoy national and international cricket matches.
Stockwell has a real range of housing, including Georgian and Victorian terraces converted into apartments, 1960s ex local authority blocks, and an increasing number of modern developments filled with contemporary apartments.