Now taking on the likes of Shoreditch and Dalston in its appeal to fashion-conscious, creative Londoners, Peckham is a vibrant hub of trendy rooftop bars, characterful restaurants and quirky cafes. It is fast becoming one of London’s favourite village destinations – hence the influx of buyers looking to be part of its future. Within easy reach of central London, it draws in homebuyers both as a result of its own cultural credentials and thanks to its proximity to the bright lights of the city centre
There is much to love about Peckham. From 1980s video game fun at Four Quarters to a plethora of music, comedy, theatre, film and art events at the CLF Art Cafe, this pocket of London is awash with entertainment possibilities. Locals can sip cocktails while enjoying panoramic views of south London from the roof of Frank’s Cafe or head down to Peckham Bazaar for an outstanding yet affordable feast.
At the centre of this melting pot of culture and cool is the brand new Peckham Place. Launching in July, this flagship development on Queen’s Road from Notting Hill Genesis will deliver a selection of one, two and three bedroom homes for private sale and shared ownership. Help to Buy will be available on private sale properties and shared ownership will initially only be available to those living and working in the London Borough of Southwark.
A three bedroom show home will be available to view from July, together with a two bedroom show apartment. Designed by Suna Interiors, the award-winning interior designers have tapped into Peckham’s unique, creative vibe in order to deliver stylish, engaging interiors that show off the potential of this exciting development.
Prudence Forde, Senior Interior Designer at Suna Interiors comments, “When designing, we tend to seek a lot of our inspiration from the surrounding areas. Peckham Place is located around parks and schools with bars and cafes spilling on to the streets. There is a pulse and vibrancy to Peckham that we have touched on through the eclectic artworks and greenery in each space. The multicoloured palette is soft with bold accents. The layering of textures brings a depth and luxury to this family oasis.”
Located right at the heart of the action, Peckham Place is just a five-minute walk away from Queen’s Road railway station, while Peckham Rye tube station is a seven-minute walk. Residents can be in central London from both stations in less than 15 minutes, further adding to Peckham’s attractions as a place to live.
For further information visit nhgsales.com or call 020 3815 2222