Leafy suburbia with an artistic edge

Often dubbed as one of the “coolest neighbourhoods in the world” with rooftop cocktail bars and cinemas, galleries and some of the best indie restaurants in London. Just some to mention are Forza Wine for rooftop drinks followed by Good Neighbour or Levan for eats. Frank’s Cafe for art installations and sunsets! Or Bussey Building for rooftop cinema action. We love living around here because of the hustle and bustle and the real sense of community.

We love spending time on Rye Lane, once a wealthy hub in the 16th Century, now home to the Bussey Building, Franks Cafe, along with multiple independent shops and restaurants.

Cool vibes with a great community

The transport links are incredible – Peckham Rye station set within a grade II listed building, takes you to Farringdon, Kings Cross, London Bridge, Victoria, Clapham Junction, even Luton Airport!

Everywhere you turn there is a great place to eat and drink – The Round on Peckham Rye Park is our local coffee spot. There are lots of green spaces and we spend every moment we can relaxing in Peckham Rye Park. The schools are plentiful too – Belham, Goose Green & The Charter. At John’s and St Clement’s.

  • Closest village/town: Nunhead Village
  • Stores: Head along Lordship Lane, Bellenden Road, Nunhead Village for good local shopping
  • Supermarket: Sainsbury's, BYO, Tesco
  • Pubs: Herne Hill Tavern, The Old Nun's Head (Burger Bear), The Clockhouse
  • Walks: The Green Chain Walk to - Nunhead Cemetery, Sydenham Woods, The Horniman Museum
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