- 7 Double bedrooms
- 3 Separate cloakrooms/WCs
- 3 Reception rooms
- Internal garage & off street parking for several cars (up to 5)
- 3 Bathrooms (1 en suite)
- Utility room
- Open plan kitchen/dining room
- Large south facing garden
CONTRACTS NOW EXCHANGED. Sold by Harvey & Wheeler.
Very large late Victorian family house with extensive accommodation that includes seven double bedrooms, three bathrooms (one en suite and all with underfloor heating), three generous ground floor reception rooms and a large kitchen and dining room. The house is in first class decorative order throughout and retains many attractive original features. At the front of the house is a gravelled drive which provides hard standing for several cars (up to five) and access to the garage. The gross internal area is approx. 4,457 ft2(414.08 m2), all the rooms are spacious and well-proportioned, and the layout works well for both entertaining and family life. Large windows contribute to excellent natural light throughout. The garden at the rear is south facing, professionally landscaped and very well stocked, 66'4 x 45'4 (20.22m x13.81m). Additional accommodation includes, a large cellar with excellent head height, a large utility room off the kitchen leads through to a guest cloakroom/WC and separately to the gym and then the garage.
Superbly well located for all the amenities of Herne Hill and Dulwich, including the local schools (Dulwich College, JAGS, Alleyn's School) these houses very rarely come to the market and early viewing is highly recommended.
The nearest station is Herne Hill with direct services to Victoria, Blackfriars and St Pancras. North Dulwich station is also close by with direct services to London Bridge and two stops to Peckham Rye (Overground and Docklands).
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