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Sedgmoor Place, Peckham, London, SE5 Guide Price £220,000 Leasehold & Share of Freehold

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Beautiful green communal garden

Grade II listed building

Heating, hot water and electricity included in service charg

Sought after location

Share of freehold

Leasehold & Share of Freehold

Service Charge £1,171 per annum

Gareth James are pleased to bring to the market this beautiful studio apartment set in the unique Grade II-listed Pilgrims' Cloisters on Sedgmoor Place. Once alms-houses, originally built for 'Aged Pilgrims', the grounds are now home to many cosy apartments that look out over its extensive green communal garden, designed by a landscape gardener and featuring a number of tropical plants, a herb garden usable by all residents, as well as communal BBQ. The grounds also include a laundry room with washer & dryer.

Gareth James are pleased to bring to the market this beautiful studio apartment set in the unique Grade II-listed Pilgrims' Cloisters on Sedgmoor Place. Once alms-houses, originally built for 'Aged Pilgrims', the grounds are now home to many cosy apartments that look out over its extensive green communal garden, designed by a landscape gardener and featuring a number of tropical plants, a herb garden usable by all residents, as well as communal BBQ. The grounds also include a laundry room with washer & dryer.

Nestled in the secluded corner of the development, this radiant and welcoming studio unfolds to reveal a main reception/bedroom space adorned with dual aspect windows. These windows not only infuse the room with abundant natural light but also offer serene views, creating a tranquil atmosphere. The well-appointed kitchen complements the space, while a modern shower room adds a touch of contemporary elegance to this hidden gem.

The home is accessible to the entirety of Central London by foot (around a 1hr walk to the West End and the City, closer to London Bridge), bicycle (20-30 minutes from all of Central London) and bus (many nearby routes leading north to central London and the City within 30 minutes). If you live here and work in central London, you will never need to get on a packed commuter train or tube again. Although if needs be, you can take the train from nearby Denmark Hill, Oval, Peckham Rye and Elephant and Castle when heading a bit further in all directions. These stations are all within walking distance and, in the case of Oval, Elephant and Castle and Peckham Rye, a very quick bus from stops within a couple of minutes of the home.

Despite its central location, the house is set in a green, low density residential neighbourhood with a strong community feel. It is perfectly located just a short walk from Burgess Park, which at 56 hectares is the largest park in Southwark and was not so long ago subject to a £10m improvement programme, creating one of London's best and most varied green spaces with running tracks, tennis courts, BMX track, a lake, BBQ areas and nature walks. It is also close to delightful Brunswick Park, a local park with a cafe and mini art gallery, tennis courts and a large children's play area. Over on Benhill Road you will find a tranquil nature garden, open to all and tended by volunteers from the community. The neighbourhood has to be one of inner London's most green and you will be constantly pleased by the variety of local green spaces.

Nearby Camberwell is a bustling local centre with a great range of independent restaurants, pubs and shops. It is one of London's best kept secrets, nestling between and rivalling better known centres of Peckham and Brixton without the crowds. Highly rated independent restaurants include Theo's (pizza place), Silk Road (authentic Xi'anese food) and the Camberwell Arms (Bib Gourmand Gastropub). Great independent pubs include Stormbird (craft beers), The Pigeon (craft beers), Hermits Cave (Camra-listed traditional local) and Crooked Well (Gastropub with large outdoor seating area). Camberwell also has a large Morrison's, a Lidl and a Co-op as well as bike shops and other useful retailers.

The award-winning South London Gallery is a short walk away along Peckham Road, next door to Camberwell College of Art/University of the Arts London, which gives the area an authentic artistic buzz. Local artists at Vanguard Walk and Clockwork Studios hold regular open days.

Share of freehold - 969 years
Service charge - Most recent charging quarter £1,171. Inclusive of heating, electricity, maintenance and insurance among others.
Council tax band - A

Gareth James are pleased to bring to the market this beautiful studio apartment set in the unique Grade II-listed Pilgrims' Cloisters on Sedgmoor Place. Once alms-houses, originally built for 'Aged Pilgrims', the grounds are now home to many cosy apartments that look out over its extensive green communal garden, designed by a landscape gardener and featuring a number of tropical plants, a herb garden usable by all residents, as well as communal BBQ. The grounds also include a laundry room with washer & dryer.

Nestled in the secluded corner of the development, this radiant and welcoming studio unfolds to reveal a main reception/bedroom space adorned with dual aspect windows. These windows not only infuse the room with abundant natural light but also offer serene views, creating a tranquil atmosphere. The well-appointed kitchen complements the space, while a modern shower room adds a touch of contemporary elegance to this hidden gem.

The home is accessible to the entirety of Central London by foot (around a 1hr walk to the West End and the City, closer to London Bridge), bicycle (20-30 minutes from all of Central London) and bus (many nearby routes leading north to central London and the City within 30 minutes). If you live here and work in central London, you will never need to get on a packed commuter train or tube again. Although if needs be, you can take the train from nearby Denmark Hill, Oval, Peckham Rye and Elephant and Castle when heading a bit further in all directions. These stations are all within walking distance and, in the case of Oval, Elephant and Castle and Peckham Rye, a very quick bus from stops within a couple of minutes of the home.

Despite its central location, the house is set in a green, low density residential neighbourhood with a strong community feel. It is perfectly located just a short walk from Burgess Park, which at 56 hectares is the largest park in Southwark and was not so long ago subject to a £10m improvement programme, creating one of London's best and most varied green spaces with running tracks, tennis courts, BMX track, a lake, BBQ areas and nature walks. It is also close to delightful Brunswick Park, a local park with a cafe and mini art gallery, tennis courts and a large children's play area. Over on Benhill Road you will find a tranquil nature garden, open to all and tended by volunteers from the community. The neighbourhood has to be one of inner London's most green and you will be constantly pleased by the variety of local green spaces.

Nearby Camberwell is a bustling local centre with a great range of independent restaurants, pubs and shops. It is one of London's best kept secrets, nestling between and rivalling better known centres of Peckham and Brixton without the crowds. Highly rated independent restaurants include Theo's (pizza place), Silk Road (authentic Xi'anese food) and the Camberwell Arms (Bib Gourmand Gastropub). Great independent pubs include Stormbird (craft beers), The Pigeon (craft beers), Hermits Cave (Camra-listed traditional local) and Crooked Well (Gastropub with large outdoor seating area). Camberwell also has a large Morrison's, a Lidl and a Co-op as well as bike shops and other useful retailers.

The award-winning South London Gallery is a short walk away along Peckham Road, next door to Camberwell College of Art/University of the Arts London, which gives the area an authentic artistic buzz. Local artists at Vanguard Walk and Clockwork Studios hold regular open days.

Share of freehold - 969 years
Service charge - Most recent charging quarter £1,171. Inclusive of heating, electricity, maintenance and insurance among others.
Council tax band - A

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