Cool Peckham Warehouse - Reedham Street, London, SE15
Guide Price £1,095,000
A superb rare find, this cool Peckham warehouse offers New York style living in one of London’s coolest neighbourhoods.
This super private two bed, two bath warehouse conversion has been renovated to exacting standards over the last two years with no-expense-spared, luxury fittings and great decisions at every turn.
This unique house of approximately 1142 square feet sits at the end of the neat communal path. Open your front door directly into the vast and impressive, open-plan living space that stretches to approx 30ft by 19ft. There’s underfloor heating throughout the downstairs space, and in the en suites upstairs too.
From the hall area, with its impressive flagstone flooring, the immaculate fitted Mobalco kitchen with solid oak cabinets sits off to your left, with generous storage options and high-spec integrated appliances that are included in the sale (dishwasher, washing machine, oven and hob). There are two living areas at the foot of the main room; both have Crittall-framed glazed doors out to the walled garden space.
Upstairs is blessed with fantastic natural light, owing to all the skylight glazing. Two double bedrooms sit to the front and rear of the property. Each has its own en suite shower room plus built-in wardrobes. The beautiful bathrooms were designed and fitted by Charles Christian Bathrooms.
Every time we write up a Peckham property there just seems to be more incredible additions to the scene! What a hot spot it has become. Food and drink, where do you start with Peckham? Ganapati, Artusi and Begging Bowl restaurants are all local legends. For a loaf or coffee, pop out to Anderson’s, Petitou or The General Store. The Victoria Inn, The Montpelier and The Prince Albert are THE pubs.
Rye Lane is close for high street essentials, banks, Peckham Plex Cinema (film for a fiver – amazing), Peckham Levels, The Bussey Building and of course Frank’s (rooftop) Bar.
For some fresh air, it’s not too far to Peckham Rye Park and Common’s 113 acres, Burgess, Ruskin, Brockwell, Dulwich and Greenwich Parks.