Reference 28351
Address 51 Camberwell Grove, London
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Beds 4
Baths 1
Type Terraced house
Tenancy Long term

Stunning Georgian four storey town house set on one of South London´s most prestigious streets recently featured on the BBC Secret History of our Streets.


In the heart of the highly sought after Camberwell Grove conservation area this highly distinctive property like many in the street is a unique design in a classic Georgian style. The street was recently featured in the fascinating BBC Documentary Secret History of London as perhaps the best Georgian heritage street in the whole of South London . With four storeys plus a basement office it offers open aspect views both at the front and the back of the house. The garden was completely redesigned in a manner sympathetic to the period nature of the house with no less than five distinct sections each partially hidden from the next.

The first floor bedroom has a private roof terrace looking onto the garden and St Giles Church grounds while the top floor bedroom benefits from an additional attic room which can be used as a study or additional small reception space. The basement office is reached by a period iron cast spiral staircase. Directly opposite the house is the Butterfly Tennis Club and the adjacent Camberwell Grove Gastro pub. The house has stripped floors throughout, stained glass skylight and has been decorated in authentic Georgian heritage colours. Very frequent bus access from Camberwell Church Street to West End, the City, Victoria - Oval tube station is 10 minutes on the bus. Denmark hill train station is around 8 minutes walk.

In August 2014 the kitchen was fully made-over and the while house has been painted, floors varnished and bathroom also upgraded with period artefacts. It is in showcase condition.


  • Period features
  • Stunning 120 ft garden
  • Home Office

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