Sudbourne Road, SW2
Keating Estates (Brixton)
427 Coldharbour Lane
T: 020 7095 5777
F: 020 7720 2956
At spacious, five double bedroom Edwardian house is situated in an extremely popular residential area, on a particularly sought after road (Fought over for catchment rights to Sudbourne and Corpus Christi Schools). This family home has been lovingly extended and cared for by its current owners, to an exceptional standard. This property, nestled on sleepy Sudbourne Road, boasts over 1650 square feet of internal living space, making it a fantastic option when compared to other period houses on offer within the area, in terms of space and finish. Sudbourne Road is a quiet and peaceful residential street, located just off vibrant and trendy Brixton Hill, a five-minute walk to the centre of Brixton and all that the area has to offer.
The ground floor comprises a bright, attractive reception room at the front of the property with wooden flooring, bespoke shelving and a square bay window. Tucked away at the back of the building is a stunning eat-in kitchen diner: this fantastic space has been opened up and extended to its full potential, to create the perfect family hub for dining, relaxing, and entertaining. French doors allow natural sunlight to flood into the entire room whilst the beautifully finished kitchen provides all you need in terms of appliances and storage. The living space flows seamlessly onto the lovely garden. This outdoor area is perfect for the warmer months and split with a decked and turfed section.
Upstairs on the first floor, sit three of the five double bedrooms: the master bedroom is a fantastic size and benefits from ample built-in storage, whilst the further two bedrooms on this floor share a spacious and inviting family bathroom. Up a further flight of stairs is the well-configured loft conversion which provides the fourth and fifth comfortable double bedrooms and the second bathroom.
The property is around a ten-minute walk from what many local people claim as the best park in London, Brockwell Park. The cafés, restaurants and local pubs of Brixton Hill are on your doorstep, whilst two of Brixton’s most sought-after primary schools are also within a stone’s throw. The property benefits from all that Brixton offers, from the celebrated cuisine in Brixton Village to the music venues and nightlife the area is famous for and the first stop on the Victoria Line at Brixton tube station. In the other direction, purchasers will benefit from everything that Clapham has to offer within a fourteen-minute stroll, the multitude of restaurants and bars and excellent transport links with the Overground at Clapham High Street station and three Northern Line underground stations; Clapham Common, Clapham North and Clapham South. The many pubs, cafes and the French market in Herne Hill are all within reach; a pleasant fifteen-minute walk through Brockwell Park. There are few properties in the area that have as many positive attributes, from the style, secluded road, size, location and the proximity to all the action the area has to offer – this house will tick a lot of boxes for a wide range of purchasers. Early viewings recommended.
Council Tax Band E
EPC rating E (50)
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 13 mins
- South Bank 18 mins
- London Bridge 19 mins
- The City 21 mins
- Canary Wharf 32 mins
Front door to nearest stations
- Brixton 5 mins
- Clapham North 14 mins
- Herne Hill 15 mins
Map, Schools & Travel
- Sudbourne Primary School route & info >
- Corpus Christi Catholic Primary route & info >
- Effra Nursery School route & info >
- Jubilee Primary School route & info >
- Stockwell Primary School route & info >
- St Jude's CofE Primary route & info >
- Jessop Primary School route & info >
- Saint Andrew's 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.