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Havil Street, London, SE5 OIRO £325,000 Leasehold


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Recently renovated

Real wood flooring

High end appliances

New water system for improved water pressure

West facing balcony

Low traffic neighbourhood

Garage spaces available to rent

Council Tax Band B


Introducing this spacious, recently renovated one-bedroom flat with its own private balcony, situated on a quiet residential road.

Internally, the property is well-proportioned throughout, offering an abundance of storage space. The entrance hall boasts three large storage cupboards. The expansive living area provides access to a west-facing balcony, perfect for enjoying evening sunsets. This balcony overlooks the tranquil residential road, where the recent addition of a Modal Filter has eliminated traffic, creating a quiet, peaceful environment, with ample parking opportunities for residents. Additionally, there is a community-run allotment opposite the flat.

The living room also features an additional storage area at the rear. Real hardwood floors run throughout the flat, adding a touch of elegance. The spacious bedroom provides plenty of room for wardrobes, ensuring ample storage. The kitchen is equipped with high-end Bosch appliances, while the bathroom has been beautifully designed with a luxurious walk-in shower.

This home offers unparalleled accessibility to Central London, whether you choose to explore on foot, by bicycle, or by bus. A 40-minute stroll will take you to London Bridge, with the West End and the City just beyond that.

Cycling provides access to all of Central London within 20-30 minutes, while numerous nearby bus routes connect you to Central London and the City within 30 minutes. Living here means you can bid farewell to crowded commuter trains or bustling tubes. However, nearby stations such as Denmark Hill, Oval, Peckham Rye, and Elephant and Castle offer convenient options for longer journeys in any direction. These stations are all within walking distance, and for Oval, Elephant and Castle, and Peckham Rye (just a 15-minute walk away), you can catch a quick bus from stops just minutes away from the home.

Despite its central location, this house is nestled in a serene, low-density residential neighbourhood with a vibrant sense of community. It enjoys close proximity to Burgess Park, spanning an impressive 56 hectares. This park now stands as one of London's finest green spaces, offering amenities such as running tracks, tennis courts, a BMX track, a tranquil lake, BBQ areas, and scenic nature walks.

Nearby Brunswick Park adds to the allure with its charming cafe, mini art gallery, tennis courts, and expansive children's play area. Benhill Road features a peaceful nature garden, lovingly tended by community volunteers.

This neighbourhood ranks among inner London's greenest, ensuring you'll always be delighted by the abundance of local green spaces.

Adjacent Camberwell serves as a bustling local hub, boasting an array of independent restaurants, pubs, and shops. Often hailed as one of London's best-kept secrets, it competes with and complements better-known areas like Peckham and Brixton without the crowds. Noteworthy dining destinations include Theo's for delicious pizzas, Silk Road for authentic Xi'anese cuisine, and the Camberwell Arms for gastropub delights. Pubs like Stormbird, The Pigeon, Hermits Cave, and Crooked Well offer an impressive selection of craft beers and cozy atmospheres.

Camberwell also hosts major supermarkets like Morrison's, Lidl, and Co-op, alongside bike shops and other essential retailers.

A short stroll along Peckham Road leads to the award-winning South London Gallery, nestled next to the Camberwell College of Arts/University of the Arts London, infusing the area with an authentic artistic vibe. Local artists at Vanguard Walk and Clockwork Studios regularly host open days, contributing to the neighbourhood's creative energy

Lease - being extended to 180 years
Service charge - £4000 (2024) - Includes heating and hot water
£2000 (2023)
Ground rent - £0
Council tax band - B


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