DescriptionThis three bedroom terraced house was rebuilt after bombs landed in Elcot Avenue in the second world war. It was built to replicate the bay fronted Victorian properties in the road.
Offering over 95sqm of space there's scope to extend, and improve the property.
Featuring a through lounge, with space to dine, a kitchen with space for a range cooker and breakfast bar, a decent sized garden, and two good doubles and a large single room for the third bedroom.
Elcot Avenue is only 0.7 miles from Queens Road Peckham rail station with links to London Bridge, Clapham Junction, Dalston and Beckenham. There are plenty of buses towards New Cross for Canary Wharf and to Victoria and the West End.
Elcot Avenue is also close to the High Street famous for its market traders and good value grocery produce. The green open spaces of Burgess Park are short bus ride or keep fit walk away.
The nearby area has had somewhat of a resurgence over the last five years and with the proposal of the extension to the Bakerloo tube line, the area is becoming even more popular. Peckham has also seen an explosion in it's social scene and is becoming a mini Brixton with plenty of great restaurants and pubs to visit.
Council Tax D - £1,692.92 per annum