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Trafalgar Street, London

3 beds | 2 baths | 2 receptions | £875,000 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


  • Terraced Victorian Family House
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Large Modern Eat-In Kitchen
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Downstairs W.C
  • Private Garden
  • On Street Resident's Parking
  • Highly Sought After Residential Road
  • Excellent Transport Links

Beautifully presented and recently renovated period house situated in a highly sought after residential road. Ideally placed for Kennington and Elephant and Castle which provides options for 3 major tube lines and quick access to Waterloo and the City.

The accommodation comprises bay-fronted reception room, separate dining room, large eat-in kitchen with underfloor heated insulated stone floor and access to the garden. Also has downstairs W.C, large family bathroom and 3 double bedrooms including master with en-suite. Potential easy access to the large loft from the top landing, giving an opportunity for a loft conversion (subject to planning permission). The house retains lots of attractive period features and has underfloor and solid wall insulation throughout. There is a south-facing garden with a pizza oven and covered cooking area, perfect for outdoor dining. All white goods are included in the sale.

On Street Resident's parking. Southwark Council Tax Band E.

The property is in the charming Liverpool Grove conservation area a short walk from Burgess Park and surrounded by the popular Heygate and Aylesbury renovation zone. Within easy reach of Bermondsey Street, Borough Market, Waterloo and London Bridge to the north and Camberwell and Peckham to the south. A varied choice of independent shops, cafes, supermarkets, bars and restaurants are only a short walk away, and a stone's throw from the vibrant market on East Street, birthplace of Charlie Chaplin. Please contact us to arrange a viewing.

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