A very substantial and architecturally important Georgian c.1721, Grade II listed, family house in College Road.
A substantial Edwardian family home with five bedrooms, off street parking and extensive views over Dulwich Park, on this highly sought after private road in Dulwich Village.
A substantial double fronted period home with seven bedrooms and off street parking, on this highly sought after tree lined residential road in the heart of Herne Hill. The property is within easy reach of the excellent local state and private schools.
A contemporary four bedroom detached house with driveway, patio and gardens, on the grounds of this exclusive gated development on Sydenham Hill. Beltwood Park is part of the Dulwich Estate and combines contemporary living on the grounds of a Grade II listed stately home, all set in protected ancie
A substantial semi-detached double fronted house with off street parking and a garage on this popular road within good proximity of the local shops and amenities of Herne Hill.
Formerly the old Edwardian tennis pavilion, Oaks Pavilion has been well maintained with period features and has ample lateral living accommodation over two floors, with five bedrooms, patio garden and a garage in a very secluded private gated mews development.
A four bedroom end of terrace Edwardian house with front and rear gardens, on this very popular road in Dulwich. The property has been extremely well maintained and retains many period features including very attractive stained glass, ornate cornices and coving.
An impressive three double bedroom apartment set within a Grade II listed stately home on the grounds of this exclusive gated development on Sydenham Hill. Beltwood Park is part of the Dulwich Estate and combines contemporary living within this magnificent neo-classical Victorian mansion.
Attractive Edwardian family house with a good sized rear garden in this sought after residential road and well situated for Dulwich Park and many of the Dulwich Schools including Alleyns and JAGS. The property retains much of its Edwardian character.