- Three double bedrooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Two reception rooms
- Separate WC
- Period features
- Side access
- Ideal location for trains to central London
- Scope to refurbish
A rare opportunity to purchase this Edwardian three bedroom end of terrace house with period features in this very popular road, in the North Dulwich triangle. The house is very well situated for the amenities of both Herne Hill and Dulwich including the local shops, restaurants and schools such as Judith Kerr Primary, the Dulwich Village primary schools, Charter School, JAGS, Alleyn's and Dulwich College.
The property has a gross internal area of 1244 sq ft (115.6 sq m) and there is scope for a new owner to improve and extend subject to the necessary planning consents. On the ground floor, there is a front reception room, currently used as a bedroom, with a period fireplace, bay window and other period features such as cornices. The hallway continues through to a kitchen/breakfast room in the centre of the house which has a door to the side passage and garden. There is a second reception room at the rear with a fireplace and doors opening onto the 34.1 ft (10.4 m) long garden.
On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms, a family bathroom and separate WC.
The property is ideally situated for Herne Hill station with regular services to Victoria, Blackfriars, St Pancras and Farringdon. North Dulwich station is also nearby with trains to London Bridge and two stops to Peckham Rye for the London Overground line.
London Borough of Lambeth, Band F
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