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Lugard Road, Nunhead, London, SE15 OIRO £780,000 Freehold


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4 Bedroom Terraced  Sold STC 4  1  1

Victorian terrace

Three double bedrooms

Good order throughout

Desirable location

Period features

Council Tax Band D


We are delighted to present a rare opportunity to acquire a charming three-bedroom terraced home on Lugard Road, ideally situated just moments from the heart of Nunhead, one of London's most sought-after locales.

This elegant Victorian mid-terraced house spans over 1,000 square feet and is well-maintained throughout, offering ample potential for the new owner to extend and transform it into their dream family home. The interior features include two spacious lounge areas at the front of the property, one of which boasts a large bay window and a feature fireplace, both enhanced by beautiful exposed floorboards. The hallway, with generous under-stairs storage, leads to the kitchen, ground floor bathroom, and a large rear garden.

Upstairs, the house offers three sizable double bedrooms and access to a loft space, presenting further extension possibilities (subject to planning permission).

Located in a prime position, this home benefits from the tranquillity of a residential street while being in close proximity to Nunhead Village. The village is known for its independent restaurants, pubs, cafes, and shops, including local favourites like Ayre's bakery, Soper's fishmongers, The Old Nun's Head gastro pub, and popular dining spots such as Kudu, Four Hundred Rabbits, and Good Cup. Additionally, a Co-op on Evelina Road ensures convenient shopping.

The vibrant areas of Queens Road, Bellenden Road, and East Dulwich are nearby, along with Peckham Rye Park, one of London's most delightful green spaces. This park offers formal gardens, a café, a pond, and open spaces, providing a perfect escape from urban life.

A short stroll brings you to historic Telegraph Hill, which features two parks, tennis courts, and breathtaking views over London. The area is also home to the beloved community café and arts hub, Hill Station, on Kitto Road, and one of Nunhead's cherished pubs, Skehans, known for its unique atmosphere and family-run charm.

For commuters, the property is conveniently located just a minute's walk from Queens Road Station, with Nunhead Station also a short distance away.

Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to own a desirable home in one of South London's most vibrant communities.

Council tax band - D


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Descriptions of the property are subjective and are used in good faith as an opinion and NOT as a statement of fact. Please make further specific enquires to ensure that our descriptions are likely to match any expectations you may have of the property. We have not tested any services, systems or appliances at this property. We strongly recommend that all the information we provide be verified by you on inspection, and by your Surveyor and Conveyancer.