Elm Park, SW2
Keating Estates (Herne Hill Branch)
17 Norwood Road
T: 020 8674 8884
F: 020 7720 9256
This period end of terrace four bedroom house with two bathrooms on Elm Park is situated a fifteen minute walk to Brixton and a five minute stroll to Brockwell Park. The ground floor comprises a separate reception, a WC, a laundry room and the piste de resistance; a fantastic kitchen diner with concertina doors that lead onto a private garden. Stairs lead to three bedrooms, two of which are a similar size and the third is perfect as a guest room/child’s bedroom or home office. The master bedroom is a substantial size with a Juliet balcony. The two bathrooms are contemporary with an inviting feel. Elm Park is situated a fifteen minute walk to the new culinary and nightlife mecca of South London, Brixton and is a five minute stroll to the green open spaces of Brockwell Park. A thirteen minute walk across the park brings you to Herne Hill station and the many pubs, cafes and restaurants of Herne Hill.
Council Tax Band E
EPC rating D (64)
Front door to work.
We calculate times using the first fast train after 8am to be most relevant to your journey to work. All journey times are from a property to the area listed right.
- Victoria 24 mins
- The City 29 mins
- South Bank 31 mins
- London Bridge 32 mins
- Canary Wharf 45 mins
Front door to nearest stations
- Herne Hill 13 mins
- Tulse Hill 13 mins
- Streatham Hill 16 mins
Map, Schools & Travel
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- St Martin in the Fields High School for Girls route & info >
- Streatham Wells Primary route & info >
- Corpus Christi Catholic Primary route & info >
- St Jude's CofE Primary route & info >
- Effra Nursery School route & info >
- Sudbourne Primary School route & info >
- Rosendale Primary School route & info >
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Loved by those in the know, Brixton has a massively dedicated fan-base in people in search of culture, cuisine and nightlife. The redevelopment of Brixton's covered market has created a mecca to global cuisine; as well as the iconic cinema and arts venue, Windrush square with its new museum and Tate library, the many great pubs, restaurants, music venues and night clubs make it clear why this is one of the fastest growing areas of London in the popularity stakes. Great transport links (with further proposed improvements) and Brockwell park, regarded by many as the capital's best open space complete the set of lifestyle bonuses in this very fresh and vibrant corner of London.