Spacious and stylish, this three-bedroom split-level in Camberwell makes you feel at home with a private terrace and allotment to boot.

Stacy Path, Camberwell, 3 Bed. Flat

£435,000

Under offer

BRICKWORKS SAYS

Overlooking a square of green and set on the first and second floors of a modern, friendly block, this home has some lovely perks and oodles of storage. From the moment you pass under the climbers around the front door, it feels loved and looked after. The current owners have refreshed and revived every corner, top to bottom, in a pleasing palette that reflects the shades of nature outside. The contemporary kitchen has an easy flow into the nicely zoned living space, with the added bonus of a balcony (with an outdoor bath) that acts as an inviting and secluded nook.

Feeling more like a house than a flat thanks to the split levels, the upstairs has three bedrooms, a shower room and a separate toilet. There’s stacks of storage, plus a handy shed area, which is perfect for keeping all the kit you need to keep your allotment plot (set in the communal space), full of year-round delights.

Stacy Path is in leafy Camberwell, home to some outstanding pubs, independent coffee shops and no end of delicious global cuisine. Nestled between lovely Brunswick Park and vast Burgess Park, it’s easy to get your fresh air fix. And being next door to Peckham, the go-to for rooftops and pop-ups, you’ll never be short of places to explore.

THE OWNERS SAY

We've loved living in this flat. The light is beautiful, and the allotment means we can grow so much veg!

We ended up staying here for many years longer than we thought we would because the flat is so adaptable to the different phases of life. In fact, we love the neighbourhood so much that we’re only moving one street away.

POINTS TO CONSIDER

Energy Performance Certificate (EPC):
Current Energy Rating C. Potential Energy Rating C.

Council Tax:
The property falls into Band C (£1,504.82 in 2023/24) in the borough of Southwark.

Utilities:
Current monthly costs are approx: Gas £20, Electricity £50 and Water £30.

Tenure:
Share of freehold with approximately 95 years left on the lease. The owners have already started the lease extension process.

Service charge:
Approximately £2,594 per year and can be paid monthly, quarterly or annually. The service charge covers heating, hot water, the upkeep of the block, including communal areas, grounds maintenance, estate lighting and building insurance.

Ground rent:
£10 per annum.

Neighbours:
In the building, there are 12 flats in total.

Recent work:
The current owners have refurbished the flat completely, installing a new bathroom, new kitchen, new exterior doors, double glazing and new floors throughout. It has also been recently redecorated.

Getting around:
You’re equidistant to Peckham Rye or Denmark Hill, where you can jump onto National Rail services that will whisk you to London Bridge or Victoria. You can also pick up the Overground, which opens up various routes across the capital.

Onward plans:
The owners are actively looking and have seen a place they love.

THE LEGAL BIT

While we endeavour to provide accurate photographs, floor plans, and descriptions, these should be intended as a guide. Total floor plan measurements are sometimes rounded for ease, and distances are approximated. Purchasers should always satisfy themselves through personal inspection.

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1 Camberwell Arms

Absolutely top-notch food sets this pub apart. Known and revered for its Sunday roasts, the Camberwell Arms doesn’t mess with perfection: the food is simple, fresh and seasonal, and just about everything is made in house—from pickles to pasta, bread to ice cream.

2 Silk Road

Specialising in cuisine from the Chinese province of Xinjiang, this unassuming restaurant makes the best dumplings, homestyle cabbage and delicious stews, with savoury broth to be soaked up by fresh noodles when you reach the bottom of the bowl.

3 South London Gallery

This beautiful gallery hosts exhibitions primarily focussing on new work by British and international artists. Lose yourself in the main gallery, but don’t miss the Fire Station Annexe, opened in 2018 and a work of art in itself. Then pay a visit to South London Louie, the sunlit onsite café, for a delicious post-exhibit meal.

4 Lumberjack

This community-minded café has some of the best coffee around, plus tasty baked goods, hard-to-find microbrew beer and unique wines from small vintners. Lumberjack even has a “pay-it-forward” programme to provide meals to NHS workers, so you can have your morning cuppa and do a good deed at the same time.

5 Theo’s Pizzeria

Theo’s wood-fired Neapolitan-style sourdough pizza has a devoted following in Camberwell and beyond. The crusts have that perfect chewy/crispy balance, the toppings are myriad and the service is friendly: exactly what you want in a neighbourhood pizza joint.