Nestled on leafy Oglander Road, the property combines period features with a stylish interior. Oglander Road typically sees two groups of residents, being either working professionals or young families.
The property offers two bedrooms, but the second bedroom is a small single room, a spacious kitchen, utility room, bathroom and separate living area, as well as a private garden. The kitchen itself provides a generous cooking space, as well as a dining space complimented with plenty of natural light. Set off the kitchen is a separate Utility Room, which provides additional storage space, and a modern, pristine bathroom. The reception room benefits from a bay window which, combined with the high ceilings throughout, allows a welcoming natural light to shine through. The main bedroom is a spacious double with plenty of room for storage, and the second bedroom makes for a perfect children's room or guest bedroom. To the rear of the property, a set of stairs leads down to a 30 foot, very well kept private garden.
The immediate area has a great deal to offer. The ever vibrant Bellenden Village is moments away, offering some great choices for independent local shops, such as the Review independent bookshop and the award-winning butcher Flock & Herd, as well as a number of restaurants and cafés. Anderson & Co is a favourite brunch spot and serves bread made locally from The Brick House Bakery. Other popular spots for residents include Artusi, an award-winning Italian restaurant, The Begging Bowl, which serves Thai small-plates and the Victoria Inn. A few minutes further and you’ll find the lively heart of Peckham: Rye Lane, home to the Bussey Building, and countless bars and food spots including Frank’s and a rooftop cinema for the summer months), galleries, shops and the excellent independent cinema, Peckham Plex. Lordship Lane has much to add, with many well-known shops, bars and pubs situated nearby, such as the award-winning Moxon's fishmongers, William Rose butcher, Brick Bakery, wine bar Toasted, and The Palmerston gastro-pub. The Saturday market on North Cross road is a gem, and a 10-minute walk from there will take you through beautiful Dulwich Park, to Dulwich Village where you’ll find the Picture Gallery, Gail’s Bakery and independent Italian restaurant Rocca.
In terms of transport links, East Dulwich, Peckham Rye and Denmark Hill train stations are all within short reach, with stops including London Bridge, Victoria and Highbury and Islington, on mainline trains and the East London Line.