Arodene Road, SW2

4 bedroom house for sale

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  • Four double bedrooms
  • Three bathrooms plus WC
  • Private South-West facing garden
  • Principal suite with walk-in wardrobe, en-suite and roof terrace
  • High-specification new build sustainable house
  • Over 2,100 square feet of internal space
  • Desirable residential street
  • Short walk to Brixton, Herne Hill and Brockwell Park
  • Freehold
  • 10 year Build-Zone building warranty

Property details

Keating Estates are proud to present to market a sizeable four double bedroom, three bathroom new build house, with a South-West facing garden plus roof terrace. Situated on Arodene Road, a desirable Victorian residential street in the heart of the Rush Common conservation area, within walking distance of both Brixton and Herne Hill, a short stroll to Brockwell Park.

This remarkable new build home forms part of ‘The Residency’ an exclusive development of just two houses and four flats, thoughtfully designed with a stunning attention to detail, seamlessly blending traditional with contemporary style to create a sense of pure luxury. Chic yet inviting sustainable homes, engineered to meet the requirements of modern living.

To the front of the property is a wonderfully bright and airy reception room with modern down lighting and features reminiscent of period charm such as high ceilings, a characterful curved wall, a feature fireplace and engineered timber flooring in warming shades of bracken oak. Double doors lead across the hallway to the expansive kitchen, keep closed for a cosier feel on winter evenings or throw the doors open in the summer allowing the vast living space to flow seamlessly from front to rear and on into the beautiful garden. A fantastic entertaining space, the dine-in kitchen is sure to wow guests, dine in style under a large skylight or cook up a tasty treat in the superb kitchen. Contemporary with heritage nods, the bespoke kitchen integrates Smeg appliances and generous storage within sage green shaker-style cabinetry, topped with white Carrara marble composite work surfaces and finished with antique brass fittings. A sociable island enhances the ergonomics of this family kitchen and provides a breakfast bar for a more casual dining option, at over eight meters in length there are also the proportions to accommodate a secondary lounge area making this expansive room a true heart of the home.

Large pane glass doors allow fresh air to breeze through the room and create a continuous transition to the private garden, ideal for hosting al-fresco. South-West facing this sunny landscaped haven feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Completing this all-encompassing ground floor is under stair storage for those essential items not used on a daily basis, a cloakroom to preserve the tidy grandeur of the entrance hall and a handy W.C. ideal for visiting guests.

Three of the double bedrooms are arranged over the first floor, with plush carpets and fitted wardrobes to optimise space and comfort. The largest bedroom on this floor has an inviting en-suite with a walk-in shower, together spanning the width of the property forming a deluxe space with a calming yet airy ambience. Two further double bedrooms all nestled to the rear of the home, enjoying views over the garden. A family bathroom services these bedrooms, and the period styling has been continued throughout all of the bathrooms within the house. Exposed period shower risers are combined with Victorian-style penny mosaic floors, and set against beautiful artisanal wall tiles. Reeded glass shower screens, sumptuous bathtubs and chic vanity units provide touches of luxury.

Occupying the entirety of the top floor is a spectacular principal suite. The attention to detail is evident from the moment you ascend the wooden staircase, boasting a deluxe runner with a large lightwell overhead. The cavernous bedroom is clad in timber panelling to create a warm and luxurious feel, the perfect ambience in which to unwind. An enviable walk-in wardrobe leads off the bedroom, sweeping through into an opulent en-suite, stylishly furnished with ‘his and hers’ sinks, a walk-in shower and a free-standing bathtub ideal for a soak in the bubbles with leafy views. If all this weren’t enough the cherry on the cake is the roof terrace, a rarity in this area, further elevating the appeal of this unique property. A particularly private spot this low-maintenance terrace is perfect for a morning coffee with the paper, watching the sun set with a relaxing tipple or soaking up the stars, city lights and seasonal firework displays.

Exceptionally designed with the utmost energy efficiency in mind, the house benefits from excellent sound and heat insulation, state-of-the-art Air Source heat pumps, PV solar panels and underfloor heating throughout, whilst a ten-year Build-Zone warranty provides further peace of mind.

The location on Arodene Road is fantastic, with the positioning ensuring additional privacy from surrounding homes. Arodene Road is a leafy residential street with a true sense of community, a neighbourly road forming part of the low-traffic neighbourhood. This sought-after street is located a short walk to the centre of Brixton offering the culinary delights of Brixton Village and a wide array of cultural entertainment choices whilst also being the first stop on the Victoria line. Moments away is a large supermarket and various cafes, pubs and restaurants, such as Naughty Piglets, Stir Coffee and the Elm Park Tavern. The green, open spaces of Brockwell Park are also a stone’s throw away, along with its iconic 1930’s Lido and fantastic sports facilities. The independent eateries and pretty market plus the Thameslink trains in village-esq Herne Hill are a pleasant ten-minute stroll through Brockwell Park and the property will appeal to purchasers considering moving to both of these in-demand areas.

There are few properties in the area that have as many positive attributes, and this larger-than-average home could be moved into stress-free, benefiting from the immaculate finish and thoughtful consideration of design, with more outside space than typical and proximity to all the action the area has to offer – a rare find. Early registration of interest is advised in this off-plan opportunity.

Freehold & chain-free.

*Full Development Brochure Available - please click the 'downloadable brochure button'.

**The computer-generated images depicted are an artist’s concept of the completed building and/or its interiors only.

EPC rating: B (89)

Floor plan


Front door to work

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

  • Victoria 23 mins
  • South Bank 28 mins
  • London Bridge 29 mins
  • The City 31 mins
  • Canary Wharf 42 mins


0.7 mi / 14 mins walk

Route & info

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


0.8 mi / 17 mins walk

Route & info

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

Herne Hill

0.9 mi / 18 mins walk

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

Clapham Common

1.2 mi / 27 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 North

1.2 mi / 27 mins walk

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

Streatham Hill

1.3 mi / 30 mins walk

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

Loughborough Junction

1.3 mi / 28 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 High Street

1.3 mi / 28 mins walk

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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.

Tulse Hill

1.3 mi / 30 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.

Clapham South

1.6 mi / 36 mins walk

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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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