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Floor Plan 1

5 double bedrooms

2 bathrooms

2 receptions

original features

gorgeous garden

off-street parking

large basement space

loft conversion potential

near Fairlawn Primary School

moments to trains/Overground

There's a welcome mix of housing along Dunoon Road; Arts and Crafts detacheds, Victorian terraces, 1930s semis, a smattering of 1960s townhouses and a particularly picturesque Edwardian line-up as you head towards Devonshire Road. Being one of the latter, this home is devilishly handsome, has large bright rooms and very decent living space - Edwardian builders had moved on, embracing inside loos and such things.

This is a really fabulous family home. It's wide, has off-street parking to the front (parking on Dunoon is unrestricted), original fireplaces and large windows. There are two equally roomy receptions (for uninterrupted downtime) and the rear room opens out to a very appealing decked terrace. The next-door kitchen is smart, has shaker-style units and a garden door that also opens to the terrace where you can while a warm evening away overlooking the lawn and generally leafy view below.

Now is a good time to talk about the basement. It encompasses the entire footprint of the house and is currently two store cupboards and two large areas mirroring the receptions above. Future uses for this space are obviously plentiful. The attic is a good space and, with planning consents, could also be converted.

Each of the four first-floor (double) bedrooms has built-in wardrobes, a real asset. The two large bedrooms each measure a quite fabulous 16ft long. There's a shower room on this floor and on the next is a bathroom and the fifth (double) bedroom.

Honor Oak Park is just 5-minutes' walk for trains (London Bridge and Victoria) and London Overground links (Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington). The area has some excellent restaurants including La Querce (a revered Italian), Babur (award-winning Asian), Mamma Dough (great sourdough pizza) and Donde (very good tapas). There's also a Sainsbury's Local, independent bike shop, florist, organic beauty parlour and a very good gift shop. Forest Hill is just 10-minutes' walk for more shops, a leisure centre with swimming pool and an excellent variety of pubs.

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