Property Ref: LiFE-20174
Are you looking for a new place to call home?
If so, please do read on.
Fresh to the market and fresh in finish, is this recently refurbished 1 double bedroom conversion maisonette found on the second floor of this wonderful Victorian property. Yes you read it correctly, a maisonette thus meaning you have your own private entrance to the property.
So why would one wish to live at Haleswoth Road. Well to begin with the flat on offer has not just been refurbished with a lick of paint but the owners of this subject property have taken considerable time to careful select and choose quality materials you will not find in pretty in any other property. One fine example of this is the owners having hand selected and sanded word originating from Bali, having it shipped over so to make the head board within the bedroom and also to the finishing of both bathrooms. This is just the tip of the iceberg in regards to quality products through, as you will note unique items through with another particular mention on both bathrooms in which you have hand carved sinks, which in all honesty are absolutely gorgeous.
So with this particular property, if you have studied the floor plan, you will note that this is extremely large, i.e. 715 sq.ft, which is bigger than some two bedroom units in the area and significantly bigger than the average one bedroom conversion flat/maisonette. The property consists of a large lounge with cast iron fire place, newly fitted kitchen, one large double bedroom with its own en-suite and yes a guest shower room to yours nice and private. Now space is a plenty throughout this wonderfully converted and refurbished home, not only is the lounge of great proportion but the bedroom is of a fantastic size too. With lockdown around us, if one is working from home, this property certainly offers the space to accommodate you to do so.
With the basics covered, time to delve in to the property a little deeper. From the outside, you will note that the actual apartments falls in to the eves of the top floor, creating some great spaces within the bedrooms and bathrooms and just great not having neighbours above you. Your own private entrance leads you to the landing of the property to which the entire stairwell is brand new, including a newly bespoke handrail from top to bottom, plenty of natural light flooding the stairwell. As you approach the landing, you will to your right find the entrance to the main shower room. Taking a left and left again at the top of the stair well leads you in to the newly fitted kitchen, which has all modern conveniences one would expect when renting a quality home. The kitchen benefits from a spiral staircase that leads down to the garden pertaining the ground floor property. Unfortunately no access is granted to the garden area, however just being able to grab some fresh at the top of stairs whilst enjoying your first coffee of the day and with the sun just starting to rise, you certainly will benefit from this doorway form the kitchen. Leaving the kitchen and proceeding forward, you will then encounter the bedroom on the right hand side. The bedroom you will note has original features such as the cast iron fire place (non-operational) alongside some period style built in cupboards. With a sash window facing south too, you'll certainly benefit from the natural light entering the room. This bedroom also benefits from its own en-suite shower room which features a stunning hand carved Indonesian wooden table with stone sink. This bedroom is found directly beneath the eves of the property, to which it adds a wonderful character as a place of rest and if like me, whom does not like the morning sun, you'll have no worries about being woken up at the crack of dawn. A cast Iron fire place is also found within this room (non-operational). And finally to finish the unit off, the bedroom has its own en-suite shower room, which has been recently fitted also. Residents of Halesworth Road, will be pleased to know that the property has double glazed units throughout and the flooring throughout has been soundproofed, so to give you ultimate privacy.
Now with the property covered, why would one wish to live on Halesworth Road. Well to start, if you like being in a residential street rather than a block of flats, then you can tick that off of your list immediately. Looking for something different from the norm, you can tick that box also. Require phenomenal public transport links, we have you covered via Lewisham BR/DLR Stations, St Johns BR Station, Deptford Bridge DLR and a little further down the road you have New Cross and New Cross gate which offer over ground and the East London tube line services. You will find these services to transport you to the likes of Canary Wharf (15 minutes), London Bridge (7 Minutes), Waterloo East and Charing Cross (15 Minutes). From New Cross, you will be destined to Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hackney and Dalston. Needing a bus as your preferred way of travel, pop to the bottom of Halesworth Road and you will find 6 different bus routes covering the local area and to the heart of the City.
Now of course life is not about being stuck on public transport facilities, to which within the local area, you have masses of amenities that will cater to your day to day needs. Most locally to the property would be Lewisham Shopping centre, which houses a Sainsburys, variety of retail shops and my personal favourite the daily outdoor market. With the market stall vendors covering a whole variety of fruits and veg from across the globe, you certainly won't be lost for choices, especially if looking to try something new. Around the corner however and although currently closed due to Covid, we have the Brockley Farmer's Market which is absolutely superb. It is highly recommended to get there early as and when it re-opens as the quality and variety of food is top notch. Additional amenities found just round the corner, including the Talbot British Pub, the Middleton Deli and Aladdins cave, a haven of unique new and used goods - you won't find anything similar within miles. Off licences are plentiful within the local area and you will also benefit from Asda within five minutes' walk too.
And just to continue with a little quirkiness from the property to outside, have you been to a library recently, well known to local residents only, Loampit Hill has its own converted telephone box that is a library covering all genres of literature, to which the it is as simple as take a book and leave a book.
And to bring matters to a final conclusion, we all need some fresh air, especially with the lockdowns we have found ourselves, so within walking distance you will find access to Hilly Fields, great for that weekend walk and a little closer to home you will also find Brookmill Park a mere ten to fifteen minutes' walk away.
Sounding good to you so far, well if so, please stop what you are doing, grab you phone, dial +44 (0) 20 8692 2244 and speak to the Lettings Team, whom will be more than happy to discuss this property with you in more detail. Be quick so to avoid missing out on this wonderful property.
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