£1,750,000 - Available

  • 4 Double bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • 2 Shower rooms with wash basin and WC (1 en suite)
  • Fitted cupboards
  • Study
  • Front reception room
  • Spacious double reception room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Front garden
  • Rear patio and garden

A four bedroom period house in the very heart of Dulwich Village ideally located for the Village shops, restaurants and schools.

The house was extensively remodelled and rebuilt by the former owner, an architect with Austin Vernon & Partners and well known for their mid-century work on the Dulwich Estate. The house is at the end of a terrace of three properties, two of which are believed to be by George Tappen. The front room with its bay, dates from a much earlier period, but the rest of the house is relatively modern.

Well set back from the road with a front mature garden 82'9 x 26'1 (25.2 x 8m), the property has a gross internal area of approximately 1,955 sq ft (182 sq m). On the ground floor, there is a bright entrance hall, a reception room with a bay window at the front, a spacious double reception room, a kitchen/ breakfast room at the rear, both opening onto the south west facing patio with pergola and rear garden 59'1 x 25'11 (18 x 8m). Additionally, there is a study at the front of the house looking towards the village, a utility room off the kitchen and shower room with WC and wash basin off the entrance hall. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms, including master bedroom with en suite shower room, and a separate family bathroom.

Properties such as this, very rarely come to the market and this presents an opportunity for a buyer to create a lovely family home in a truly sought after location.

The nearest station is North Dulwich (London Bridge, and two stops to Peckham Rye for the Overground). Herne Hill Station is close by with direct service to Victoria, Blackfriars and St Pancras.

EPC Rating D

Council Tax
London Borough Of Southwark, Band G

Floor Plan
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