Pullens Buildings, Peacock Street, London, SE17

£450,000 leasehold

A period one-bedroom apartment forming part of the Pullen's Buildings located in the heart of the Elephant and Castle.

The apartment comprises separate lounge, bedroom with fitted wardrobes, bathroom, separate kitchen/dining space, high ceilings, and its original wooden floorboards. The development was errected by builder James Pullen of the Pullens Buildings, also known as the Pullens Estate. The building is one of the few surviving Victorian tenement buildings in London today which is now protected by its Conservation Area status. The buildings have since featured in numerous films seeking historically realistic settings, including The Kings Speech. The Pullens Yard was a scheme built with artisans & small traders in mind, so families could live & work on the premises.

Today the Yards houses a community of creative individuals & groups including the famous quirky cafes The Electric Elephant on Crampton Street. Located within 0.4 miles of Elephant & Castle and Kennington Tube stations, the property is ideally located for transport to the city and beyond.

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