- 6 Bedrooms
- 2 En suite dressing rooms
- 3 Bathrooms (1 en suite)
- 2 Reception rooms
- Family room
- Kitchen/dining room
- Off street parking for several cars
- South facing patio and garden
A very attractive, link detached, double fronted Victorian house with a south facing garden within easy reach of schools including Rosemead, Oakfield and Dulwich College.
With a gross internal area is approx. 2,991 sq ft (278 sq m), the layout works well for entertaining and for family life. The house has well proportioned rooms and retains many period features including bay windows, fireplaces, cornices and carvings.
At the front, a driveway providing hard standing for several cars leads you to the charming porch with a mature wisteria climbing up the cast iron railings. The stained glass front door opens onto a generous entrance hall. On the right hand side is the large formal dining room and on the left hand side the study.
At the rear is the drawing room, the family room and the kitchen/dining room with under floor heating both opening via French doors onto a patio for al fresco dining. Additionally, there is a cloakroom/WC on the ground floor.
On the first floor, there are four bedrooms including a master bedroom with en suite dressing room and bathroom with bath, separate shower and double wash basins and a further double bedroom with en suite dressing room. There is also the family bathroom and the original linen cupboard on the same floor.
On the second floor, there are two bedrooms and a further family bathroom. The landscaped south facing rear garden measures approx. 53'8 x 38'7 (16.3 x 11.8m). There is an internal side passage way with access to the house.
The nearest stations are West Dulwich (direct services to London Victoria and Blackfriars), West Norwood (direct to London Bridge and Victoria and two stops for Crystal Palace for the Overground) and Tulse Hill (direct to London Bridge, City Thameslink Farringdon & St Pancras).
EPC Rating (D)
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