This short terrace of unique Edwardian houses have remarkable proportions, fortunate garden aspects and heaps of kerb-appeal. The first in the terrace, this home has an undeniably beautiful interior, measures almost 2,200sq.ft and has a huge basement that mirrors the double reception above it. Original features include fireplaces, floorboards, sash windows, picture rails, the front door, staircase and most internal doors. Living space is abundant and well-laid out; you've dividing doors in the double reception to open/separate the space at will and a rear dining room with adjoining kitchen. Bookshelves have been built into alcoves either side of the original fireplace in the double reception. There's a large bay window, picture rails, coving and a side return window with wood shutters in the dining area. Internal glass door open to the rear kitchen/diner which has a side bay window, Velux in the kitchen and rear French doors opening out to the garden. Kitchen units are wood, the worktop is granite and the splashback is stainless steel. There's a large built-in stainless steel range, plumbing for a dishwasher and an inset sink with carved drainer. You step out to a decked terrace, which overlooks an expertly planted garden with mature laurel, flax, bamboo and fig that's surrounded by trees and very secluded. At the very rear, where the original wall remains, is a modern hot tub under a gazebo.
Both first and second bedrooms on the first floor are doubles, have built-in wardrobes and original fireplaces. The rear bedroom is a large single and would make an ideal home/office as it overlooks the peaceful rear garden. Green-grey wood panelling lines the family bathroom which has traditional-style fittings and a shower over the bath. There's also a useful laundry cupboard with a window and shelves. Two more double bedrooms are on the second floor; the front room has an original wardrobe, tree canopy views and an en suite shower room. Both have fabulous standing height.
Camberwell Grove is lined with south London's most celebrated Georgian and Regency architecture. The diversity of the buildings is fascinating and residents here can, for a very small charge, gain access to 5-acres of private woodland left by local Georgian philanthropist Dr Lettsom. Commuters benefit as Denmark Hill station is in zone 2, has regular London Bridge trains (15-minutes), non-stop Victoria services (9-minutes) and London Overground links to Clapham Junction, Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington. Some of the UK's top independent schools are a 10-minute drive (Alleyn's, Dulwich College, JAGS) while local state schools are also excellent (Lyndhurst Grove, Dog Kennel Hill and Charter or Kingsdale for older children). There's a large Sainsbury's on Dog Kennel Hill while the organic grocer and butcher in nearby East Dulwich both deliver.
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