£2,450,000 - Available

  • 6 bedrooms
  • 2 elegant reception rooms
  • 2 family bathrooms including one with underfloor heating
  • Kitchen open to dining room
  • fitted landing cupboards
  • West facing garden
  • Good size cellar
  • Garden shed and green house
  • Eaves storage
  • Loft converted by award winning architect Ian McChesney

A substantial attractive six bedroom house from the late Victorian era, well located for the schools and the amenities of the area on this popular residential road in the sought after North Dulwich Triangle.

With a total gross internal area of approximately 2,858 sq ft (265 sq m), the layout works well for both entertaining and family life. The house is in attractive decorative order and retains period features including stained glass, cast iron and tiled fireplaces, wide bay windows, high ceilings and cornices.

On the ground floor, there are two elegant reception rooms and a kitchen at the rear open to a dining room with French doors leading to a west facing rear decking terrace and well planted garden 43'8'' x 19'7'' (13.3 x 6m).

On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms as well as a family bathroom with polished concrete finish and underfloor heating. Additionally, there are fitted landing cupboards.

On the second floor, there are three further bedrooms, an extra family bathroom with skylight and some eaves storage space. The loft was converted by the award winning architect Ian McChesney and made with Douglas Fir Wood by McGovern Design & Build.

The house also has a good size cellar with access from the hallway and front garden.

Herne Hill station and North Dulwich station provide services to London Bridge, Victoria, Blackfriars, St Pancras and Peckham Rye for the interchange to the Overground for Docklands and the City.

EPC Rating D - Tax band G

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