Keating Estates

Property Details

Norwood Road, SE24

£495,000 Share of freehold

  • Conversion Flat
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Chain Free
  • Bright and Airy
  • Period Conversion
  • Overlooking Brockwell Park

Keating Estates (Herne Hill Branch)
17 Norwood Road
Herne Hill
London
SE24 9AA

T: 020 8674 8884
F: 020 7720 9256
E: hernehill@keatingestates.com

Property Description

A lovely top floor two bedroom flat in a period conversion overlooking Brockwell Park.

This light and airy property comprises two comfortable double bedrooms, a modern bathroom, a contemporary kitchen and a bright reception room with plenty of space for entertaining and dining. The flat has been tastefully decorated throughout and is ideal for anyone looking to move into a new property hassle free and stamp their own mark over time.

The property is conveniently located within close proximity to Herne Hill and Tulse Hill stations which are both a short walk away with access to Victoria, The City and London Bridge, all within thirty minutes door to door.

The restaurants and shops within the lauded Brixton Village, the amenities of Brixton High Street and Brixton Station are all close-by. Having an entrance to Brockwell Park within touching distance is really appealing and early registration of interest is advised.

Council Tax Band C

EPC rating D (61)

Floor Plan

Floor Plan

Transport Information

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 17 mins
  • The City 26 mins
  • South Bank 28 mins
  • London Bridge 29 mins
  • Canary Wharf 39 mins
Front door to nearest stations
  • Herne Hill 6 mins
  • Tulse Hill 10 mins
  • West Dulwich 13 mins

Area Highlights

Herne Hill

Herne Hill is one of those areas that belong to those in the know. Brockwell Park alone could generate enough demand on its own, but there is more to the area than one of the most staggeringly beautiful (and user friendly) parks in London. With a large variety of homes ranging from the massive turn-of-the-century houses of the southern quadrant neighbouring Dulwich Village to typical Victorian terraces to the North of more working class origins.

 

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