- 7 Bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Ground floor shower room/WC
- Separate WC
- Laundry room
- 2 Reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room and scullery
- Garage and carriage drive
- Large garden
CONTRACTS EXCHANGED. Sold by Harvey & Wheeler.
Very rarely available, a substantial detached Edwardian family house which presents an exciting opportunity to create a superb family home in one of the best locations in Dulwich.
Set back from the road, directly opposite the gardens of the Dulwich Picture Gallery, the property has a gravelled carriage drive with off-street parking for several cars as well as an attached garage.
An exceptional feature of the property is the very large garden approx. 240' (73m) deep by about 60' (18m) wide, for most of the length of the garden, but extending to about 130' (40m) wide at the rear.
The property has a gross internal area of 4,265 sq ft (396 sq m), with particularly spacious and well proportioned rooms, and retains its period character with many features including fireplaces, tiled hall floor, mahogany screen to staircase, mouldings and cornices. The house is in need of refurbishment and improvement and it may be possible to extend subject to any necessary consents.
On the ground floor, there are two substantial reception rooms including one with an attractive decorative Edwardian porch opening onto the garden. The second reception room with its wide arched bay window overlooking the front leads to a study room adjoining the original butler's pantry opening onto a scullery which in turn opens to a laundry room with separate shower room and WC. A further reception room has been used as the kitchen and this room overlooks the garden at the rear.
On the first and second floors, there are seven good-sized double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate WC. One of the top floor rooms has been adapted as a kitchen.
Close to Dulwich Village, the property is particularly well placed for Dulwich's excellent state and independent schools. The nearest stations are North Dulwich (London Bridge and two stops to Peckham Rye for the Overground and Docklands) and West Dulwich (Victoria, Blackfriars).
EPC Rating (E)
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