£1,450,000 - Available


  • 4/5 Double bedrooms (one en suite)
  • Spacious kitchen, dining and living space
  • Family bathroom
  • Cloakroom
  • Rear garden with views of the London skyline
  • 2 Reception rooms
  • Driveway and front garden
  • Laundry cupboard
  • Large loft

A four/five bedroom detached house, built in the 1930s, on a good sized plot with stunning panoramic views of the London skyline.

The house is set back from the road with a driveway that slopes down towards the property. With a current gross internal area of approximately 1861 sq ft (172.9 sq m), the property offers potential to extend the accommodation in the loft subject to any necessary planning consents.

On the ground floor, there is a front reception room with a wide bay window and fireplace, a further reception room at the rear and an open kitchen/dining room both of which open to a paved rear terrace and garden with fantastic views of the London skyline. Additionally, there is a laundry cupboard and a cloakroom. The first floor has four bedrooms (possibly five with the addition of a door from the landing) including one with an en suite bathroom, a family bathroom and a separate WC with wash basin.

The property is well situated for the amenities of Forest Hill and East Dulwich and is within a short walk of Horniman Gardens, winner of Art Fund Museum of the Year 2022 and Best Heritage Garden of the Year 2022. The nearest stations are Honor Oak Park and Forest Hill for trains to London Bridge and the London Overground.

There are good local bus services which allow access to the many private schools in the area, including Dulwich College, JAGS, Alleyn's School and St Dunstan's College.

EPC Rating D



Council Tax
London Borough of Lewisham, Band F


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