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£3,098 / month

Henshaw Street, Walworth, SE17

4 bed · 2 bath · Terrace · Garden · Terrace · Garden

About The Home

video viewing available Located in one of the most beautiful and desirable streets in Elephant and Castle. This stylish Georgian town house is arranged over three floors. Neutral decor throughout with plenty of character, larger than average rooms, high ceilings, gorgeous large reception room, two bathrooms, wooden floors and a charming patio garden. This property would be perfect for professionals or students. For transport the property is located only a few minutes walk from either Borough tube station (Northern Line) or Elephant and Castle Station (Bakerloo Line, Northern Line and overground). Trendy bars, restaurants and cafes within close walking distance include: - The Rockingham Arms acirc; euro; ldquo; Weatherspoons pub with spacious interior - Nandos acirc; euro; ldquo; Spicy Afro-Portuguese chicken chain - Elephant amp; Castle Pub acirc; euro; ldquo; Modern pub with late opening on weekends - La Bodeguita acirc; euro; ldquo; Traditional Colombian dishes amp; Tapas - Toulouse Lautrec acirc; euro; ldquo; Parisian style brasserie amp; piano bar - Tai Tip Mein acirc; euro; ldquo; Simple modern budget noodle bar - The Artworks Elephant acirc; euro; ldquo; Pop-up complex with global street foods - Spit amp; Sawdust acirc; euro; ldquo; trendy bar/beer garden with good dining and traditional ales - McDonalds acirc; euro; ldquo; fast food chain - kfc acirc; euro; ldquo; Chicken fast food chain - Dominos pizza - Lebanese Grill - restaurant - Presidential Suya acirc; euro; ldquo; Nigerian amp; African cooking - Costa Azul acirc; euro; ldquo; Mexican bar amp; grill - Old Kent Fish amp; Chips - Ice Cream Parlour - New Wing Fu acirc; euro; ldquo; Chinese restaurant - Le Panier A Brioche acirc; euro; ldquo; Bakers shop - Dunton Grill amp; Spice - Halal Kebab shop - Lush Bar acirc; euro; ldquo; African restaurant - Tic Internet cafe Other shops and amenities include: - Imperial War Museum acirc; euro; ldquo; Military history exhibitions amp; vehicles - Cinema Museum acirc; euro; ldquo; Movie artefacts, memorabilia amp; equipment - Kino Bermondsey acirc; euro; ldquo; Single-screen independent cinema - Metropolitan Tabernacle acirc; euro; ldquo; 17th Century church with a bookshop - Palace Superbowl acirc; euro; ldquo; 26 lane bowling alley - Gym London Walworth - Lidl acirc; euro; ldquo; Walworth branch - Miami Health Club - Gym - Tesco Superstore - Argos - Sports Direct - Post Office acirc; euro; ldquo; Old Kent Road - Kwik Fit: Car tyres, brakes and MOTs For schools and educational establishments please see the bottom section of this page. Within a stone's throw you can stroll through the various green open spaces, including Bricklayers Arms Recreational Park with its own authentic Russian World War 2 tank. There are also Paragon Gardens as well as Victory Community Park and St Marys Churchyard nearby. A little further walk is Burgess Park with its period buildings, gardens, lake and tennis courts.A little history:Bricklayers Arms Recreational Park is situated just off the A2 on Mandela Way. This outside public space is renowned for having a World War 2 Soviet t-34 tank. It is a derelict and bizarre landmark that turns many a passing head. There is much speculation as to how this war machine ended up at this location. The story goes that a local resident was refused planning permission to build by Southwark Council. The legend has it that in 1995 the resident purchased the de-activated tank from a military salvage dealer in Kent for Acirc; pound;7,000. It was then placed on the now-derelict plot of land, with its gun pointing in the direction of the Southwark Council offices. Artist were allowed to paint the tank in more recent years. The t-34 tank was used to crush the Prague Spring revolution in August 1968. It was then brought to Britain from Czechoslovakia in the early 1990s and was used in filming scenes in Battersea for award winning film Richard III starring Ian Mc Kellen. The tank has been featured in the guide book Derelict London by Paul Talling

Property Features

Garden
Gym
Terrace
Free WiFi
Cinema
Living Room

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The Location

Henshaw Street, London SE17

Walworth Walkthroughs

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