- Four bedrooms
- 2 Reception rooms
- Downstairs WC
- South west facing garden with decked terrace
- Open plan kitchen/dining/living room
- Utility room
- Family bathroom
- Off street parking
A well presented four bedroom semi detached Edwardian family home at the Dulwich Village end of Court Lane with a south west facing garden of 99.9 ft (30.41 m). The property retains many period features but has been extended at the rear to provide a large, modern, open plan kitchen/dining/living space. There is still scope to extend into the loft subject to the necessary planning consents. The house is set back from the road and has off street parking with planting and side access to the rear.
The entrance hall has a period black and white tessellated tiled floor and opens into a good sized reception room with period fireplace, ornate ceiling rose and bay window looking towards the front of the property. The hallway leads through to a study, utility room with separate WC and a spacious kitchen/dining/living room at the rear which has underfloor heating and is filled with natural light. The kitchen has large sliding doors that open onto a decked terrace and garden which has a lawn and beds with a variety of mature shrubs, water feature, garden lighting and a shed at the rear.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms all of which have period fireplaces and the principal bedroom has fitted wardrobes. There is also a family bathroom.
The property is ideally located for the local state schools, as well as Alleyns' School, JAGS and Dulwich College. The nearest station is North Dulwich which has direct trains to London Bridge and Peckham Rye for the Overground line or Herne Hill for services to Victoria, St Pancras and Blackfriars.
London Borough Of Southwark, Band G
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