This gorgeous south London house – with the marble-topped surface and green kitchen cabintery – has created an envy-inducing following online amongst those with their eyes on kitchen trends. But if admiring the kitchen from afar isn't enough, you can now purchase the home for £2.8 million.
If luxe and bohemian can be used together, then it is the perfect description for the Peckham Rye Classic Kitchen.
'What makes this kitchen extra special is the personal touches, the fun bits that you add when all the necessities are sorted,' say deVOL.
'The clients were lucky enough to have antique collectors in the family, hence the amazing art work. This kitchen shows just how diverse our Classic English Kitchen can look and if you want to be a little different, you can be.'
Overlooking Peckham Rye Park, the 3,300 sq ft property was built in 1845 for a merchant who lived and worked in London, but fancied a grand residence in leafy surroundings.
The neighboring homes are Georgian and early Victorian, according to Jane Robathan of Roy Brooks estate agency. 'Most of East Dulwich sprang up with the station in 1868. These earlier homes around the Rye would have been for wealthy people batting Dick Turpin off to get into London.'
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It is being marketed by estate agents Roy Brooks, whose other listing include some of the most desirable houses in London, many of which are detached – a rarity in London.
The rest of the home is equally as compelling and attractive. With off-street parking for several cars (again, another rarity in London), double-fronted exterior and two adjacent reception rooms, this characterful home is truly one-of-kind.
DeVOL isn't the only high-end brand to feature in this property. A carefully-curated selection of Bert & May tiles adorn the floor of the indoor/outdoor dining area, while a wisteria takes centre stage – it really is a sight to behold.
The property is on the market via Roy Brooks for £2.8 million.
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