£1,500,000 - New Instruction


  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Shower room/WC
  • Cellar
  • Open plan kitchen/dining room
  • Private roof terrace
  • Family bathroom
  • Storage space
  • Double reception room
  • Loft space
  • West facing garden

An attractive four bedroom Victorian family house with a gross internal area of approx. 2,030 sq ft (189 sq m), retaining a wealth of original period features and presenting in a good decorative order throughout, with a private roof terrace on the first floor. The property is on the borders of Dulwich Village and East Dulwich, very well located for all the amenities of Dulwich Village and the local schools. The shops and restaurants in Lordship Lane are also within easy reach.

Arranged over three floors, the house has well proportioned rooms. There is a double reception room leading to a charming conservatory opening onto the side garden. At the rear is the kitchen/dining room overlooking the west facing garden. Additionally there is a shower room/WC on the same floor. On the first floor there are three bedrooms including the master bedroom with a large bay window. The rear bedroom opens on to a delightful roof terrace 12'3 x 9'9 (3.7 x 3m), again west facing. There is a second bathroom on the same floor. On the third floor is the fourth large and bright double bedroom. The property may offer scope to extend into the loft to create a fifth bedroom, subject to any necessary consents. All the bedrooms, bathrooms and the kitchen/dining room have underfloor heating.

The nearest station is North Dulwich with direct service to London Bridge and two stops to Peckham Rye for the Overground and Docklands.

EPC Rating (D)

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