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Flat for Sale in Penton Place, Pullens Buildings, SE17

2 Bedroom Flat

£465,000 Leasehold

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The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) gives the building a standard energy and carbon emission efficiency grade from 'A' to 'G', where 'A' is the most efficient and 'D' being the average to date.

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2 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom 1 Reception
  • 603.00 sq ft
  • Communal roof terrace
  • Within the sought after 'Pullens Buildings'
  • Very stylish flat
  • Two double bedrooms
  • No onward chain
  • Video tour available - please email request
  • Leasehold


A stunning two double bedroom flat on the third floor of this sought after Victorian mansion block. Also benefitting from a communal roof terrace.
The flat forms part of the attractive and popular 'Pullens Buildings' which is considered to be of architectural and historic interest.

This recently redecorated property is situated on the third floor and has two double bedrooms, reception room, kitchen/diner and shower room. It has original features throughout, including three Victorian fireplaces, and the building has recently been upgraded to Gigabit fibre broadband. It also has recently fitted new bespoke Kitchen Windows, and recently refurbished sash windows throughout. The property also benefits from a communal roof terrace.

The property is within easy walking distance to Kennington underground station (Northern line), plus Elephant and Castle station (Bakerloo and Northern lines, plus overground services to Blackfriars and West Hampstead or to South London and beyond to Kent). Waterloo station and Lambeth North are also within reach. Bus services are also available from nearby Kennington Park Road, including routes towards London Bridge and Liverpool Street, or south towards Brixton and Clapham. In nearby Kennington Cross there are further services available towards Westminster and South Kensington.

There are excellent amenities nearby. Both the Walworth Road and Kennington Cross offer an excellent selection of shops, cafes, bars, and restaurants.

Pullens Buildings are some of the most important and last-remaining Victorian tenement buildings in London. The Estate was built by James Pullen, a local builder who acquired the land and developed it over a 15-year period from 1886. Now designated a conservation area, the buildings are characterised by elegant London-stock brick facades set with decorative bands of nail-head decoration in moulded brick around the doorways. At the rear of the residential buildings are wonderful cobbled mews with two-storey workshops and there is an estate garden. The estate also originally included a small number of shops, mostly located at the entrances to the yards.