Lordship Lane finds itself running through the heart of East Dulwich. It typically sees charming Victorian period homes and conversions and is particularly popular among first time buyers.
The property finds itself on the top floor of a Victorian Period building. The property has been refurbished throughout tastefully, making it ideal to a buyer or someone looking to downsize.
The property offers a well-proportioned two double bedroom, with an incredibly well lit reception room at the top of the property. Also being offered is a separate kitchen and an abundance of natural light.
The immediate area is not only attractive but very convenient. Lordship Lane has some excellent and well established restaurants and pubs , such as The Palmerston and The Bishop. The Blue brick Café just off Lordship Lane offers vegan breakfasts and daily vegetarian specials. Lordship Lane offers a gym, Art-House Cinema, a Library set in a beautiful historic building, and some excellent pubs.
Franklins is an institution for locals, and Yama Momo and Spinach are some of the many restaurants that can be found locally.
The flat is also excellently well located in terms of transport links, East Dulwich Station is only a short walk away, a frequent bus and train service, provides brilliant links to London Bridge , South Bermondsey , Aldgate and West Croydon, to name a few.
The property has been offered to the market chain free and with a brand new lease. This property appeals to modern living whilst embracing the period features.