Keating Estates

Property Details

Milkwood Road, SE24


Under Offer

  • Conversion Flat
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Victorian
  • Split-Level
  • Close To Ruskin Park

Keating Estates (Herne Hill)
17 Norwood Road
Herne Hill
SE24 9AA

T: 020 8674 8884
F: 020 7720 9256

Property Description

A chain-free,  split level, two double bedroom, Victorian flat in central Herne Hill. This property comprises two bedrooms, both of which are generous doubles, a modern bathroom, and a separate galley kitchen plus a spacious reception room. The property is a neutral, blank canvas and ready for a new purchaser to move into hassle-free, yet stamp their own mark over time and add value.

As far as locations go, it’s ideal: a stone's throw from the green open spaces of Brockwell Park, lauded as London's best outdoor space by locals with its lovely 1930’s Lido, and Herne Hill train station is within a three-minute walk with trains to London Bridge and central London via Southern Rail and the Thames Link. Leafy Herne Hill offers a village feel and a wide range of amenities, with plenty of great pubs, cafes and restaurants on the doorstep. Brixton is a five-minute bus journey or a twenty-minute walk across Brockwell Park.    

Floor Plan


Transport Information

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
  • London Bridge 25 mins
  • South Bank 26 mins
  • The City 28 mins
  • Canary Wharf 29 mins
Front door to nearest stations
  • Herne Hill 7 mins
  • Loughborough Junction 8 mins
  • Denmark Hill 15 mins

Area Highlights

Herne Hill

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.


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