£2,350,000 - Available

  • 6 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms with 1 en suite
  • En suite shower room/WC
  • 2 Separate WCs
  • Eaves storage
  • 4 Reception rooms
  • Open plan kitchen dining living space
  • Garage
  • Off street parking for 2 cars
  • Paved patio area and mature gardens

A substantial link detached double fronted Victorian house with extensive accommodation that includes six bedrooms, three bathrooms (two en suite), four generous ground floor reception rooms which include a large conservatory and a spacious kitchen and dining room.

The house is in very good decorative order throughout and retains many period features including bay windows, cast iron fireplaces, cornices and carvings. Most of the rooms have recently been recarpeted. With a gross internal area of approximately 3,455 sq ft (320 sq m), the layout works well for both entertaining and family life.

A large conservatory runs the full length of the house and can be accessed from the music room and the drawing room. The island kitchen/dining room has striking skylights, a wood burning stove and two sets of French doors which open onto a paved patio area for al fresco dining. Additionally, there are two separate WCs and excellent storage throughout the house.

At the front of the house, there is a very attractive landscaped garden with a mature magnolia and wisteria running across the façade and a graveled drive which provides hard standing for two cars.

The rear garden, measuring 65' x 40'9, is mainly composed of a lawn surrounded by mature shrubs and plants. There is access at the rear to the garage which has vehicular access from Arduli Road.

The property is within easy reach of schools including Dulwich Prep London, Rosemead, Oakfield and Dulwich College. The nearest stations are West Dulwich (Victoria and Blackfriars), West Norwood (Victoria and London Bridge) and Tulse Hill (London Bridge and Thameslink).

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