- 8 Double bedrooms
- 4 bathrooms (1 en suite)
- 3 Reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Utility room/second kitchen
- Large basement with full laundry
- Ground floor separate WC
- Off-street parking for several cars
- Large landscaped garden
Situated in the Lancaster Conservation Area, a substantial detached and double fronted Victorian house, with extensive accommodation that includes eight bedrooms, four bathrooms (one en suite) and three generous ground floor reception rooms. There may be potential to extend the ground floor and into the loft, subject to any necessary consents.
At the front of the house is a gravelled drive which provides hard standing for several cars, up to six, and access to the garage. The gross internal area is approx. 4,430 sq ft (410 sq m). Spacious and well proportioned with excellent storage throughout, all the rooms have recently been refurbished. Thoughtfully planned, the house offers excellent entertainment and retains many period features including bay windows, fireplaces, cornices and carvings. The large rear garden 174'6 x 48'11 (53.2 x 14.9m) is professionally landscaped with an outdoor entertainment area 46' x46' (14 x 14m). Additionally accommodation includes a utility room/second kitchen off the main kitchen/breakfast room and with access to the side passageway, a cloakroom/WC and a large basement with full laundry.
Lancaster Avenue is a wide tree lined street that runs between Thurlow Park Road and Norwood Road. The property is within easy reach of schools including Rosemead, Oakfield and Dulwich College. The nearest stations are Tulse Hill (London Bridge, Thameslink) and West Dulwich (Victoria and Blackfriars).
EPC Rating (E)
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