Pleasing both practically and aesthetically; this two bed, fourth floor (penthouse!) apartment sits in a quiet position, mere moments from Peckham Rye Park and Common’s 113 acres. The flat enjoys a sunny south-west facing private balcony off the roomy reception room, and sensational London skyline views from the double-aspect main bedroom. The property has been carefully and beautifully treated by its owners. Find luxury touches and thoughtful decisions at every turn and which set this pad apart from the standard two bed offering. The flat’s also double-glazed and you can reach it by stair of lift. Your closest stations are Nunhead and Peckham Rye (both Zone 2). Walk just 15 minutes for either. Leasehold. Williamson Court is a modern-build that’s set behind Aura Court, and you reach it via the right hand side of Aura Court. In the shared door and take the stairs or lift to floor four. In your own front door and you land in a generous hall. Turn right for the main event: a huge reception room which is generous in size (it’s over 15 feet by over 12) and in the window department, too. A glazed door opens onto the low-maintenance balcony (perfect for pots and pals). The kitchen’s cleverly set off this room and it delivers immaculately, with a herringbone-tiled floor, built-in appliances and the slickest of modern units. Turn left from the front door and you first arrive at the first large double bedroom. This one’s 13 feet by over 9. Opposite the door to the bedroom is a large storage cupboard that’s a great spot for hiding coats. Two double-aspect rooms await (we’re loving this layout!): a large and neat bathroom (that’s complete with over bath shower, smart and large profile tiles and contemporary white sanitaryware) and the main bedroom - of over 11 feet by nearly 12. This room’s a must-be-in come midnight on NYE as you can watch the fireworks across the whole London skyline! As well as Peckham Rye Park and Common on your doorstep, Nunhead Cemetery (one of ‘The Magnificent Seven’) is a short walk away. Grab a 484 for delightful Lordship Lane (plus East Dulwich and Denmark Hill stations) or a 343 to Peckham Rye Station (destination City Hall) - or walk there in 15 minutes. London Overground trains are available at Peckham Rye Station as well as services to London Bridge and Victoria plus Thameslink ones to Farringdon, London Blackfriars etc, while Nunhead offers up Thameslink services. Nunhead has a strong high street with wet fish shop (Soper’s), bakers (Ayre’s), deli, pizza place, community centre and more. Babette comes highly recommended for sharing plates. The Old Nun’s Head has strong food too. El Vermut is great for drinks with added Spanish vibes. Local pubs to the flat include The Rye Hotel (with garden), The Ivy House and The Waverley Arms, while local restaurants include Mr Bao, Peckham Bazaar, Banh Banh, and Pedlar. Bellenden Road, Blenheim Grove and Rye Lane are close for more options (such as Levan, Il Giardino, Taco Queen, Tonkotsu, The Begging Bowl, Ganapati, Artusi and Anderson’s), the cinema, and for high street and independent shopping. East Dulwich and Camberwell are close too.