- 4 bedrooms
- Elegant front reception room
- En suite shower room with underfloor heating
- Rear open plan kitchen/diner/lounge space
- Family bathroom with underfloor heating
- Period features
- Ground floor WC
- Rear south west facing garden
- Bike storage
- Off street parking with EV charging point
Situated in the Dulwich Village Conservation area, opposite Alleyn's School, an attractive four bedroom house with a south west facing rear garden and off street parking. The property is convenient for the amenities of Dulwich Village and East Dulwich including local schools (JAGS, The Charter Schools and Dulwich College).
The house is arranged over three floors and has an internal area of approximately 1,825 sq ft (170 sq m). The rooms are well-proportioned and the layout works well for both entertaining and family life.
On the ground floor there is an elegant reception room with a period fireplace and wide bay window. At the rear, the spacious open plan room offers a bright kitchen and lounge space with windows and French doors opening onto the paved terrace which overlooks the mature rear garden 81'6' x 21'0'' (25m x 6.40m). Additionally, there is a WC and storage cupboards that can be accessed from the main hall.
The first floor includes the master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en suite shower room with underfloor heating, a second good sized double bedroom and family bathroom again with underfloor heating. The third and fourth double bedrooms are on the top floor with eaves storage and views over the playing fileds as well as Canary Wharf.
The property benefits from an electric vehicle charging point and bike storage.
North Dulwich is the nearest station with direct trains to London Bridge and two stops to Peckham Rye for the Overground and Docklands.
Early viewing is strongly recommended.
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