Chaucer Road, SE24
Keating Estates (Brixton Branch)
427 Coldharbour Lane
T: 020 7095 5777
F: 020 7720 2956
A well-presented, two bedroom flat in a grand Victorian house on this popular road in Poets Corner. Chaucer Road is a quaint Victorian terraced street in a sought after pocket alongside Brockwell Park, between Herne Hill and Brixton.
The flat is accessed via the side entrance to the building through your own front door and consists of a large master double bedroom and a smaller second bedroom with views onto the rear communal garden. The master bedroom is fantastic size and the second bedroom is perfect to rent out, as a guest bedroom, home office, child’s bedroom etc. The open plan reception and kitchen area leads directly onto a lovely private patio and the contemporary bathroom has a tiled spacious walk-in shower.
With Brockwell Park and the Lido, Herne Hill’s pubs and restaurants and Brixton Village all on your doorstep, one has a wide range of amenities to take advantage of. Herne Hill train station is within seven minutes and Brixton tube station is within ten minutes, both with fantastic links to Central London.
Council Tax Band B
EPC rating D (67)
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 18 mins
- South Bank 23 mins
- London Bridge 24 mins
- The City 26 mins
- Canary Wharf 37 mins
Front door to nearest stations
- Herne Hill 8 mins
- Brixton 10 mins
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- Corpus Christi Catholic Primary route & info >
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- Rosendale Primary School route & info >
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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.