This fantastic brand new two-bedroom house on Chadwick Road is situated a stone's throw from the Bellenden Road area and Peckham Rye station.
It has recently been completed to a light-filled and finely considered design. Set over three storeys and 1034 square feet internally, the house combines masses of glazing with a calming palette of neutral and natural materials that interact brilliantly with its outside spaces. It also has fantastic eco credentials with its green roof and air source heat pumps.
The home is characterised by clean architectural lines and a neutral palette throughout. The house is dual aspect, with a south-to-north orientation, allowing for natural light to pour through and illuminate the internal spaces throughout the day. White-washed walls capitalise on this, with engineered oak running underfoot throughout providing a lovely feeling of warmth to the spaces.
The entrance to the house is set back from the road, a landscaped front garden enclosed behind steel railings and gate giving access to a bespoke front door beneath the cantilevered bay window. The front door opens to a bright lobby area with coat hooks and storage space for shoes on the left and an adjacent guest WC and utility room to the right.
An impressive open-plan kitchen and dining room sits at the rear of the house with nearly 3m ceiling height, and leading directly out towards the south facing brick-walled garden arranged at the same level to ensure a seamless transition from inside to out. A large kitchen island cleverly demarcates the space with Quartz worktops, Bosch appliances and bespoke oak cabinetry, these provide easily accessible storage, while carefully placed pendant lamps hang from the ceiling.
A custom-made oak staircase leads to a spacious light reception room (which could also be a further bedroom) and guest bedroom on the first floor. There is a large window with far-reaching views across the treetops and the garden beyond from the reception room. Invisible pocket sliding doors with touch latches allow a sense of openness between spaces.
The main bedroom can be found on the top floor, together with a spacious family bathroom and adjoining dressing room. The bathroom design mirrors the material palette of the ground floor WC with terrazzo style porcelain tiling, Duravit sanitaryware, with and chrome finished brassware by Grohe.
There is an electrically operated rooflight at the top of the staircase that provides more natural light beaming down the staircase and into the property below.
Front and rear gardens are landscaped with brick-format clay pavers and planted raised beds that include lighting to the rear. Galvanised and polyester powder coated steel railings, gate and bin stores with a planted living roof enclose the garden to the front of the house, with ample space for cycles.
Bellenden Road is a short walk for cafes and independent shops and restaurants. Check out places such as Artusi, The Begging Bowl and The General Store. Choumert Road is also close for Petitou, the Small White Elephant cafe, and The Montpelier pub.
Rye Lane is also seriously local for fruit and veg stalls, The Bussey Building, Peckham Levels (and their respective rooftop bars) and handy high street offerings - supermarkets, banks, Boots and the like.
Peckham's already a hot spot, but there's even more to come: Peckham Rye Station, for example, is undergoing substantial refurbishment and improvement, as is the area immediately surrounding it. The Peckham Coal Line linear park is also coming soon.
Peckham Rye is the closest station, running rail services into London Bridge, Blackfriars and Victoria, and London Overground services to Shoreditch High Street and Dalston Junction in one direction and Clapham Junction in the other.
Example Journey Times
Canada Water / Clapham High Street / 10 minutes
London Bridge / Blackfriars / Victoria 11 minutes
Clapham Junction / 18 minutes
Shoreditch High Street / 20 minutes
Schools are excellent in this area: local families use The Villa Nursery from 2 years, which also has a Pre-Prep. School to age 7, and Lyndhurst, The Belham and Bellenden Primary Schools (these last two with new school buildings), plus the Dulwich independent schools; which are just a short drive away.
Out and About
Warwick Gardens is your closest park, followed by Lettsom Gardens, and Peckham Rye Park and Common. Ruskin Park is not too far either.
* Contemporary grey-white clay facing bricks made in Belgium by Vandersanden
* Danish Velfac windows
* Sunsquare Aero Access electric opening rooflight
* Bosch kitchen appliances
* Oak flooring
* LED lighting throughout with CAT 6 distribution
* Underfloor heating
* Air source heat pump
* Custom made oak staircase
* EPC B rating
Please note as this is a new build development residential parking is not available on local residential streets between 11am to 1pm, weekdays. Private parking options are available nearby.
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