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image  Assembly Apartments, 24 York Grove, Peckham, London, SE15

image ££375 per week

image 1 BEDROOM
image 1 BATHROOM
image To Let


 School conversion
 1 bedroom
 Mezzanine level (guest room)
 High ceilings
 Queens Road location

Property Description

Original school conversion one bedroom apartment, situated in the hub of  bustling Peckham, minutes from the delights of Queens Road and New Cross.
Converted from an old Victorian school, The Assembly Apartments are a unique conversion with huge ceilings and grand proportions. The quintessential 'loft' appeal.
Upon entering the property, you will notice the exposed brickwork and tall windows, throwing in a tonne of natural light.
An open-plan kitchen/reception room is located on the lower level, comprising full size fridge/freezer, dishwasher, hob, electric fan oven, sink and plenty of storage and preparation space throughout.
The reception space has enough space for dining, relaxing and entertaining, perfect for a dinner party.
The master bedroom includes built-in wardrobes and is of great double proportions.
A family bathroom, located adjacent to the master bedroom, contains bath with overhead shower, W/C, wash basin and heated towel rail.
Upstairs, the mezzanine level provides a suitable office space with large cupboard and great natural light.
A guest room of perfect double bed size, also on this level is perfect for any friends staying over.
Close to Queen's Road high street, a plethora of shops, pubs and bars are minutes away. Rye Lane with its bustling market & unique mix of eateries, wine bars and entertainment venues are also only a 20 minutes walk or bus ride away.
Queens Road Peckham station is five minutes away, with connections to the overground, two stops away from Canada Water, linking with the Jubilee Line, as well as mainline rail, only two stop from London Bridge.


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