£1,950,000 - Available

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Separate WCs
  • Reception room
  • North west facing rear garden
  • Drive
  • Family bathroom
  • Kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Integral garage

Detached family house of comparatively modern construction, c.1959, and typical of the period. The property has an extensive north west (afternoon sun) facing rear garden 165'0'' x 51'2'' (50.29m x 15.6m). The house requires complete refurbishment and modernisation but is exceptionally well located for all the amenities of Dulwich Village including the many nearby schools and North Dulwich station (London Bridge and Peckham Rye for the London Overground)

At the front of the property, the large drive provides hardstanding for several cars and access to the integral garage, overall 35'3'' x 8'8'' (10.74m x 2.64m).

The house has a gross internal area of 1,888 sq ft (175.4 sq m) which includes the garage and the storeroom. On the ground floor, there is the large reception room which opens to the dining room, both with sliding doors onto the mature and well stocked rear garden. Kitchen. Cloakroom/wc. A generous reception entrance hall with a floating staircase leads up to four bedrooms, bathroom and an additional separate WC on the first floor. There may be potential to extend the accommodation subject to the necessary planning consents.

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