The Dulwich Team

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The Honor Oak Team

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Millmark Grove, SE14
3 Bedroom House
(Available)


£650,000
KEY FEATURES
3 Bedroom(s)
1 Bathrooms
  • End of Terrace three bedroom house.
  • Good size reception room.
  • Large kitchen diner.
  • South West facing garden.
  • Scope to extend (Subject to planning).
  • Close to amenities.
  • Launch date 10th April.
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

A 1930’s end of terrace 3 bedroom family home, with a hard wood conservatory and a large, private south west-facing garden that perfectly catches the afternoon light.

The ground floor includes a sizeable hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen and conservatory. The living room features a large bay window with plantation shutters, original wooden floorboards and inbuilt shelving. The dining room gives on to the conservatory via hard timber and glass concertina doors and the kitchen looks out onto the garden. The bright kitchen and dining room capture the light beautifully.

On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a large bathroom with under-floor heating. The front/master bedroom has large bay windows with plantation shutters, providing a lovely view up the pretty tree-lined street. All of the bedrooms feature wooden floorboards, large windows as well as original doors throughout.

The house also features a sizeable loft (accessed via a pull down ladder) which is extremely useful for storing infrequently used items. The loft has flooring to maximize storage space as well as electric lighting. There is great potential for a loft conversion, with lots of precedent in the street, and this could include a large bedroom, separate shower room and eaves storage. There is also plenty of space for a rear extension, for which there is also plenty of local precedent.

A front driveway provides off street parking (or the opportunity for a sizeable front garden) and a shared side passage allows direct access to the back garden so that bikes, deliveries and muddy feet need not to travel through the house. Parking is also unrestricted on the street and it is generally easy for guests and delivery drivers to find convenient parking spaces.

The house is situated on a quiet street of similar houses, covered with cherry blossoms in the spring. The vendors love living in Brockley and there is a very strong sense of community in the area in general but also specifically on this street.

The area is super well connected in terms of transport. Brockley station is a 4 minute walk and includes Overground trains that go north to Highbury & Islington / Dalston via interchanges including Canada Water (Jubilee Line) and Whitechapel (District and Hammersmith & City Lines, Crossrail at some point soon) and south to Crystal Palace or West Croydon. Brockley also has mainline trains, including a regular train that will have you in London Bridge in under 10 minutes.
Nunhead, Crofton Park (both with direct trains to Victoria), St John’s (direct to Charing Cross), New Cross and Deptford Bridge DLR stations are all within a 15 minute walk. The area is also well-served by buses (the 172 will take you from the Millmark Grove stop on Shardeloes Rd to the Southbank in 30mins).

There are lots of local amenities in Brockley and the surrounding areas of Ladywell, Crofton Park, New Cross, Deptford and Greenwich. Blackheath, Peckham and Camberwell are also a short bus ride/drive/cycle or a good walk away on slow weekends. Right by Brockley station are incredible coffee shops including Browns of Brockley and Good as Gold, health food specialist Broca, two craft beer shops, high grade fried chicken takeaway Coqfighter and a beautiful yoga studio, Renaissance, bars/restaurants including The Orchard, Joyce and Brickfields, as well as two Sainsburys and other shops for your more mundane needs. There is also an incredible Saturday food market 15mins walk away. The Goldsmiths site in New Cross has a Curzon cinema and East Dulwich and Greenwich both have easily accessible Picturehouse cinemas. There are a number of excellent schools nearby, including John Stainer, Prendergast, Haberdashers and Myatt Garden.

The area is very green and has been a blessing during the last year, with lots of beautiful and interesting local walks and wildlife. Hilly Fields has stunning views and a great cafe, Telegraph Hill is a spectacular spot to watch the sun set (or play tennis with views over London) and Nunhead Cemetery is a beautiful shady wooded space for a quiet walk that feels like the middle of the countryside. Greenwich Park is a 40mins walk from the house.