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£5,832pcm | £1,346pw

5 Bedroom Terraced House

Dalyell Road TO LET

Key Features

  • stunning 5 bed victorian house
  • ideal for family or professional sharers
  • open plan fully equipped kitchen
  • exposed brick walls
  • wood floors throughout
  • 1st floor balcony
  • master with en-suite
  • fully refurbished
  • large patio garden
  • fantastic location 4 minute walk from brixton underground station
  • service type: managed
  • furnishing: furnished or unfurnished
  • contract length: long term
  • council tax: f
  • available from: 26/04/2024
  • security deposit: £5765
  • no smokers

Property Description

A stunning 5-bedroom family home forming part of this attractive treelined Victorian terraced street. This property has undergone a total top to bottom refurbishment and has been fully extended to create over 2000 square feet of amazing contemporary living space. The ground floor gives a feeling of grandeur with its impressively high ceilings, fair place and beautiful herringbone flooring extending through the double reception to the kitchen. The kitchen itself is an extremely stylish yet functional space great for entertaining. With its stunning exposed brick wall, antique lights and bi-fold concertina patio doors extending to the large patio garden this area is ideal for both family time and entertaining space in all weathers all year round.
The 1st floor boasts 2 bedrooms with built in storage, a large character bathroom complete with traditional standalone roll-top bath, large separate shower and lots of natural light from both window & skylights.
There are a further 2 equally sized large bedrooms on the 2nd floor together with a south-facing balcony to enjoy a morning coffee or an evening sundowner. The master bedroom is of a generous size occupying the whole of the top floor enjoying its own en-site shower room, a Juliette balcony, ample storage space and more natural light from the balcony doors and skylights.

Brixton is one of the most iconic neighbourhoods in the capital. Synonymous with culture, music, and food, it's no surprise that businesses, families and hipsters alike are all setting their sights on South London's beating heart. And what a beat.

This is an area that has seen drastic changes over the last century and is still evolving. But for all that, Brixton has a confidence and sense of identity that you will find almost nowhere else.

Brixton is at the end of the Victoria line, which guarantees a seat in the morning rush hour. The Tube takes seven minutes to reach Victoria and ten minutes to get to Oxford Circus.
There is also a train station with trains to Victoria, which take nine minutes. Nearby Loughborough Junction is on Thameslink, with trains to Blackfriars (in nine minutes), Farringdon (in 14 minutes) and St Pancras (in 18 minutes), although locals complain of overcrowding in the rush hour.

Bus: It's possible to get almost anywhere in London from Brixton by bus, with some of the main routes being the 2 (Marylebone), 3 and 35 (Oxford Circus), 45 and 59 (King's Cross), 133 (Liverpool Street), 159 (Marble Arch), 196 and 415 (Elephant & Castle), 109 and 250 (Croydon).

Road: There is such a wealth of public transport in Brixton that most locals prefer not to use a car. There is, however, some free and some pay and display parking available in the side roads around the stations.

Cycle: There are several bike shops offering repairs, the most well-known of which is the workers' cooperative Brixton Cycles.
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