Arodene Road, SW2
Keating Estates (Herne Hill)
17 Norwood Road
T: 020 8674 8884
F: 020 7720 9256
A wonderfully bright and airy three double bedroom, split level, Victorian conversion flat nestled within the extremely popular Josephine Avenue conservation area. With over 1100 square feet of internal living space, the property is a rare find.
The property is split over various levels which amplifies the feeling of space. The substantial separate reception room spans the entire width of the building, and is flooded with natural light through the large bay windows, whilst high ceilings add to the airy atmosphere, and a feature fireplace, bespoke shelving and cornicing all add character. This room is sure to be used on a regular basis, with ample space in which to relax and entertain. Just adjacent is the spacious, modern kitchen-diner, providing all you need in terms of mod cons and storage. The layout is versatile and can be altered depending on the purchaser’s needs, and there is the potential to open up the space to create a large open-plan kitchen/reception room.
At the rear of the property, the first of the three double bedrooms is tucked away quietly, overlooking the neighbouring gardens, plus a separate W.C. Up a flight of stairs sit the two further bedrooms. Both are generous in size and the master is complete with skylights and a sleek ensuite shower room, plus some fantastic built-in storage options. The contemporary family bathroom completes the rooms within the property.
Arodene Road is within one of the most sought-after residential pockets of Brixton, popular for its proximity to central Brixton, yet still able to retain a sense of calm. There is a large supermarket within a two minute walk and it’s a five minute stroll to Brockwell Park, claimed by many local residents as the finest green space in London. The pubs, bars and restaurants of Brixton Hill and Effra Road are a two minute walk. The property benefits from all that Brixton offers, from the celebrated cuisine of the many nations within Brixton Village, to the music venues and nightlife the area is famous for. You find yourself at Brixton tube station, first stop on the Victoria Line, within a ten minute stroll down Brixton Hill. The road itself is quiet, with very little traffic, and there is also a great sense of community alongside the adjoining roads.
EPC rating D (64)
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 20 mins
- South Bank 25 mins
- London Bridge 26 mins
- The City 28 mins
- Canary Wharf 39 mins
Front door to nearest stations
- Brixton 12 mins
- Brixton BR 13 mins
- Herne Hill 14 mins
Map, Schools & Travel
- Corpus Christi Catholic Primary route & info >
- Holmewood Nursery School route & info >
- Sudbourne Primary School route & info >
- Effra Nursery School route & info >
- St Jude's CofE Primary route & info >
- St Martin in the Fields High School for Girls route & info >
- Streatham Wells Primary route & info >
- Jessop Primary School route & info >
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Loved by those in the know, Brixton has a massively dedicated fan-base in people in search of culture, cuisine and nightlife. The redevelopment of Brixton's covered market has created a mecca to global cuisine; as well as the iconic cinema and arts venue, Windrush square with its new museum and Tate library, the many great pubs, restaurants, music venues and night clubs make it clear why this is one of the fastest growing areas of London in the popularity stakes. Great transport links (with further proposed improvements) and Brockwell park, regarded by many as the capital's best open space complete the set of lifestyle bonuses in this very fresh and vibrant corner of London.