£2,500,000 - Sold

  • Five floor semi-detached house
  • Principal bedroom with ensuite bathroom
  • Four further bedrooms and two bathrooms
  • Open plan living
  • Self-contained apartment with two bedrooms and two bathrooms
  • Off-street parking
  • North-west facing garden
  • Minutes from amenities of Lordship Lane
  • Excellent transport

An extremely well presented Victorian five story property, rarely available in this excellent location on Goose Green, comprising seven bedrooms, five bathrooms, gardens and, uniquely, off-street parking.

Totally refurbished in 2012, the property is complete and currently arranged as a five bedroom, three bathroom family home and on the lower ground floor, a two double bedroom, two bathroom apartment. The interior has been finished to a high specification with wooden floors creating a modern feel whilst maintaining the many period features of this property.

The principal bedroom is connected to a substantial dressing room and has an ensuite bathroom. A further bathroom, shower room, study and four bedrooms spread over the upper two floors. On the top floor, there is a panoramic view of the London skyline. Bifold doors open from the kitchen onto decking overlooking the sizeable north-west facing garden which is flooded with sun for most of the day and into the evenings. There is a substantial summer house at the rear, a sun terrace, and ample space for outdoor dining.

The lower ground floor apartment is self-contained and offers the opportunity for excellent rental income (currently £1,800 pcm) or could be reincorporated as part of the main house. The apartment has bifold doors from the open plan kitchen, living, and dining room which lead to a private garden.

Close to East Dulwich station (13 mins to London Bridge) and the amenities of Lordship Lane, this property is a rare and beautifully finished home.
EPC Rating is D for the house and C for the apartment.

Council Tax
London Borough Of Southwark, Band E

Floor Plan
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