This gorgeous south London house – using the marble-capped surface and eco-friendly kitchen cabintery – has produced an envy-inducing following online among individuals using their eyes on kitchen trends. But when admiring your kitchen from afar is not enough, now you can buy the home for £2.8 million.
If luxe and bohemian may be used together, then it’s the right description for that Peckham Rye Classic Kitchen.
‘What makes this kitchen special may be the personal touches, the enjoyment bits that you simply add when all of the requirements are sorted,’ say deVOL.
Overlooking Peckham Rye Park, the three,300 sq foot property was built-in 1845 for any merchant who resided and labored working in london, but wanted a great residence in leafy surroundings.
The neighboring homes are Georgian and early Victorian, based on Jane Robathan of Roy Brooks estate agency. ‘Most of East Dulwich sprang track of the station in 1868. These earlier homes round the Rye could have been for wealthy people batting Dick Turpin off to get involved with London.’
It’s being marketed by auctions Roy Brooks, whose other listing include probably the most desirable houses working in london, a few of which are detached – a rarity working in london.
All of those other home is simply as compelling and engaging. With off-street parking for many cars (again, another rarity working in london), double-fronted exterior and 2 adjacent reception rooms, this characterful house is truly one-of-kind.
DeVOL is not the only real high-finish brand to feature within this property. A carefully-curated choice of Bert & May tiles decorate the ground from the indoor/outside diner, while a wisteria takes center stage – it truly is a sight to behold.