Endymion Road, SW2

2 bedroom flat for sale

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  • Private garden
  • Victorian
  • Characterful features
  • Bright and airy throughout

Property details

A beautifully presented two bedroom garden flat, occupying the ground floor of a handsome Victorian end of terrace house, on this peaceful residential street, Endymion Road. A bright and airy reception room is located at the front of the property, with a charming bay window, high ceilings and an attractive feature fireplace which all contribute to the sense of character and confirm that this room will be used on a regular basis. The living space flows seamlessly through a set of wooden double doors and into a spacious kitchen diner, complete with sleek, modern kitchen units and access into the private rear garden via the en-extended side-return. The hallway leads to the stylish family bathroom, complete with a luxurious walk-in shower. The flat also boasts a handy cellar – ideal for hiding all the clutter purchasers will accumulate over time. The two double bedrooms are quietly tucked away at the rear of the property – both are comfortable doubles, with the master bedroom benefitting from an ensuite WC, and double doors into the garden. This low maintenance landscaped garden provides the perfect space in which to soak up the sun during the warmer months and feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Endymion Road is situated within a fifteen-minute walk to all that Brixton has to offer including first stop on the Victoria Line and Brixton tube station. A five-minute stroll away are the wonders of what many believe to be London’s most underrated open space, Brockwell Park, a ten-minute walk across which brings you to Herne Hill train station and the many pubs and cafes of leafy Herne Hill. This perfectly laid out garden flat feels instantly livable, the moment you walk through the door. An elegant flat on a popular road: early registration of interest is recommended.

EPC rating: D (59)

Floor plan


Front door to work

An estimate of the journey times to popular London destinations, using the first fast train after 8am.

  • Victoria 27 mins
  • South Bank 32 mins
  • London Bridge 33 mins
  • The City 35 mins
  • Canary Wharf 46 mins

Herne Hill

0.9 mi / 17 mins walk

Route & info

ZONE 2. First Capital Connect services to Victoria, Blackfriars and Wimbledon.


1 mi / 19 mins walk

Route & info

Victoria Line services every three mins (approx) to Finsbury Park and Walthamstow Central.

Tulse Hill

1.1 mi / 22 mins walk

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ZONE 3. Southern and First Capital Connect services to London Bridge via Peckham Rye, Blackfriars, West Croydon, Beckenham Junction via Crystal Palace and Sutton via Wimbledon.


1.1 mi / 21 mins walk

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4 trains direct to Victoria per hour and 4 to Orpington via Herne Hill

Streatham Hill

1.2 mi / 25 mins walk

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ZONE 2. Southern services to Victoria via Clapham Junction, London Bridge, Crystal Palace and Sutton. 

Clapham North

1.5 mi / 28 mins walk

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ZONE 2, Northern Line underground station with trains north via Bank or Charing Cross every five minutes (approx)

Clapham High Street

1.5 mi / 29 mins walk

Route & info

ZONE 2 Overground line between Highbury and Islington and Clapham Junction with trains every 5 minutes (approx). Limited service of Southeastern trains to Victoria too.

Clapham Common

1.5 mi / 30 mins walk

Route & info

ZONE 2, Northern Line underground station with trains north via Bank or Charing Cross every five minutes (approx)

Loughborough Junction

1.6 mi / 31 mins walk

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Trains north to Blackfriars (8 mins), Farrindon (15 mins) and Kings Cross/St Pancras (18 mins) and beyond up to north west London every 10 mins at rush hour.

Clapham South

1.7 mi / 33 mins walk

Route & info

ZONE 2 (and 3), Northern Line underground station with trains north via Bank or Charing Cross every five minutes (approx)

Brixton area highlights

Brixton is a melting pot of culture, cuisine and creativity. An explosion of inventive, new restaurants, pop-ups, fashion stores and art galleries sit alongside the many great pubs, music venues and nightclubs that have been around for years. Transport links are excellent, with London Underground (Victoria Line) trains reaching central London in 12 minutes. If you’re craving green space, Brockwell Park and its famed Art Deco lido are close by. Brixton brings together all the best things about London and is one of the most vibrant and diverse places to live south of the river.

Brixton area guide

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