Egmont Street, London, London, SE14
£650,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2

Positioned on a quiet tree-lined street in Hatcham Park Conservation area, this lovely two-bedroom house with sunny south-facing garden has been stylishly renovated with a modern bright kitchen and open-plan living space with wood-burner. Many of the traditional features you'd expect from a Victorian period property have been retained including bay and sash windows, restored wooden floors and high ceilings.



Enter the house via a walled front garden, into a hallway and through to the 25ft lounge and kitchen on the right. The modern kitchen has a stunning industrial 5-hob cooker, integrated appliances, solid oak worktop and plenty of space for cooking. The focal point of the living room is the woodburner fireplace, and a lovely bay window-seat gives smart hidden storage beneath. There is a feeling of space and light throughout.



The hallway leads down a few stairs to the back door and further stairs to the large 35 ft cellar divided into 3 rooms; one currently used as a utility room with plumbing for a washing machine.



Upstairs the first landing has a windowed bathroom with shower over bath. A half flight of stairs leads to the first floor with 2 spacious double bedrooms. The upstairs hallway has access to the loft-hatch, providing even more storage. The original wooden floorboards have been beautifully restored throughout.



The sunny garden is accessed from the back door via a path shared with the nextdoor neighbour. Your garden is the back section of garden, which have been laterally divided over the width of two houses. The lovely paved area is surrounded by trees and neighbouring rose bushes. An outdoor electricity point helps with alfresco dining in summer.



Hatcham Park Conservation area is New Cross' best-kept secret. An area of traditional Victorian terrace houses on leafy streets with unrestricted parking and a friendly community feel - in London's Zone 2! It's less than 5 minutes' walk from New Cross Gate station, for a short commute to the City (15 minutes) and and just one stop to London Bridge. Great local amenities include Haberdasher Aske's and Hatcham Temple Grove Ofsted Outstanding primary schools, Goldsmiths University, Curzon cinema, a Contemporary art gallery and Albany Theatre, as well as Telegraph Hill park and Deptford Market.



There are an endless choice of excellent pubs, restaurants and bars in walking distance, being located centrally between Peckham and Deptford. You are well-served for the practicalities with New Cross Sainsburys on the doorstep for the big shop, and home renovation, garden centre and pet shops dotted along the main thoroughfare of Old Kent Road.



The house is freehold, offered to the market chain-free. Viewings start on Friday 4th March.



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