Keating Estates

Property Details

Shakespeare Road, SE24

£685,000 Share of freehold


Keating Estates (Brixton Branch)
427 Coldharbour Lane

T: 020 7095 5777
F: 020 7720 2956

Property Description

This exceptional Victorian flat occupies the upper floors of one of the prettiest terraced houses in Poets Corner. Shakespeare Road is a quaint, tree lined Victorian road sandwiched between similar roads in this sought after pocket alongside Brockwell Park and between Herne Hill and Brixton. There are two large double bedrooms and a substantial reception room packed full of characterful features. The bathroom is modern with a warm inviting feel and the kitchen diner is the perfect size for entertaining.  The pièce de résistance has to be the substantial South West facing roof terrace which offers a wonderfully private and secluded outdoor entertaining space.  The property is split over various levels which amplifies the feeling of space. The flat is in fantastic condition with a refreshing mix of period features and contemporary design throughout.  With Brockwell Park, Herne Hill’s pubs and restaurants and Brixton Village all on your doorstep, there is something to cater for all potential purchasers. In short, a lovely flat in a lovely building in a lovely street in a lovely area, only a stone's throw from Herne Hill town centre but far enough away to retain a sleepy, neighbourhood feel.  This is a real gem.

Council Tax Band D

EPC rating E (54)

Floor Plan

Shakespeare Road 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
  • South Bank 24 mins
  • London Bridge 25 mins
  • The City 27 mins
  • Canary Wharf 30 mins
Front door to nearest stations
  • Herne Hill 6 mins
  • Brixton BR 11 mins
  • Brixton 11 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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