Knollys Road, SW16

2 bedroom flat for sale
Share of Freehold
£400,000

Features

  • Two double bedrooms
  • Victorian conversion
  • Private garden
  • Open-plan
  • Recently refurbished throughout
  • Tasteful, neutral décor throughout
  • Excellent transport links
  • Share of freehold
  • Chain-free

Property details

Beautifully presented throughout, this recently refurbished two double bedroom flat offers an appealing mix of period character and sleek modern finishes, well-appointed space with a sympathetic layout, a private garden and secure first floor location, all set within this handsome Victorian end-of-terrace townhouse.

The heart of the home is the open plan reception room, a bright and airy space with high ceilings, a cosy living area, space to dine and the sleekest of modern kitchens. Since the recent refurbishment, the flat has only been occupied by one careful owner, meaning the space is ready to move into where the new purchaser can stamp their own mark over time in a flat that feels next to new. Both bedrooms are comfortable doubles, the larger being an ideal principal bedroom and the second, Ideal if sharing with friends or to keep as a guest bedroom if required. The space could also easily be repurposed to suit the needs of the occupier. The flat is completed by a modern, tiled bathroom with underfloor heating, in keeping with the sleek modern feel on offer within this property.

Knollys Road is a leafy, residential road displaying a range of period architecture, alongside a handful of attractive new builds, minutes from Tulse Hill, Streatham and West Norwood. Having all three transport hubs within easy reach means commuting to central London is easy, via Victoria and London Bridge, as well as all the handy bus routes whisking you up towards Herne Hill, Brixton and Clapham. The rich array of Amenities on Norwood Road are minutes away, offering supermarkets, cafes, bars, shops and a Picture House Cinema.

Share of freehold.

EPC rating: D (57)

Floor plan

Floorplan

Front door to work

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

  • The City 28 mins
  • London Bridge 31 mins
  • Victoria 33 mins
  • South Bank 38 mins
  • Canary Wharf 45 mins

West Norwood

0.6 mi / 11 mins walk

Route & info

ZONE 3. Southern Service to and from London Victoria, London Bridge, Beckenham Junction and Sutton via West Croydon, with many services calling at Crystal Palace, which is two stops away to the south. The typical journey time into London Victoria is about 25 minutes.

Tulse Hill

0.6 mi / 11 mins walk

Route & info

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.

Streatham Hill

0.9 mi / 19 mins walk

Route & info

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

West Dulwich

1 mi / 19 mins walk

Route & info

ZONE 3. Southeastern service to London Victoria and Orpington.

Streatham

1.4 mi / 28 mins walk

Route & info

ZONE 3. Southern and First Capital Conect services to Blackfriars via Herne Hill, London Bridge via Peckham Rye, Sutton via Wimbledon and West Croydon.

Herne Hill

1.5 mi / 30 mins walk

Route & info

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

Sydenham Hill

1.7 mi / 35 mins walk

Route & info

ZONE 3. Southeastern services between Victoria and Orpington, via Brixton and Herne Hill.

Gipsy Hill

1.7 mi / 35 mins walk

Route & info

ZONE 3. Southern services to Victoria, London Bridge, Crystal Palace, West Croydon and Epsom. 

North Dulwich

2.1 mi / 40 mins walk

Route & info

ZONE 2. Southern services to London Bridge via Peckham Rye, West Croydon and Beckenham Junction via Crystal Palace.

Norbury

2.1 mi / 41 mins walk

Route & info

Streatham area highlights

The area on the move, with its’ distinctive avenues of red brick and tiled, elegant, late Victorian terraced houses. The high street has had its ups and downs: the Romans paved it, the Saxons renamed it, the seventies destroyed it and the noughties begun a steady rebuilding of reputation which continues today with the new Streatham Hub development, the world famous Hideaway Jazz bar and a multitude of bars and cafes sprouting up or undergoing improvements. Streatham Common, Streatham Green and the Tooting Commons are all on hand with the latter being enormous and offering all that one hopes for, from running track to lido to tennis courts and much more at a five minute trot from central Streatham.

Streatham area guide

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