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A Peckham rental home has sent pregnancy rates through the roof as the popular two-bed flat in “Only Fools and Horses” territory is described as the most fertile in the area, after three separate cases of new baby news!

Since 2013, Caroline Fry, an operations director for Uuni wood-fired ovens, has developed a somewhat unusual reputation as a landlord. It all began back in 2013 when her waters broke on the day that she completed on the popular two-bedroom home in Peckham Rye.

Since then, the two separate tenants who have rented have fallen pregnant!

Peckham Babies

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Having lived in Clapham for a number of years Caroline knew that Peckham was on the tipping point of becoming a property hot spot and discovered that two properties could be purchased for the same price as one in Clapham, but she didn’t anticipate the baby magic that would surround such a home.

Caroline comments:

“I purchased this home as a long-term investment for my two children and market it via online letting agent lettingaproperty.com.

It’s a great house for young professionals but I am almost at the point where I feel the need to inform potential renters of the propensity that appears to surround this home! Come top Peckham and start a family!

The ‘pregnancy home’ which Caroline now refers to it as is a two double-bedroom flat which comes fully furnished with modern appliances in the kitchen.

“We wanted to offer our prospective tenants something that was over and above the competing properties – and indeed it is!

“To have a home that has so far blessed myself and two other families with children is quite astonishing and although I’m always sorry to see them go and move on to larger places, I’m always looking forward to meeting the next lucky tenants.”

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