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4 Bedroom Terraced For Sale in Dulwich - Guide Price £1,400,000

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In the heart of Dulwich Village

Four double bedrooms and loft room

Period features

Large, bright receptions

Three bathrooms

Just under 2,000 square feet

South westerly garden

Close to superb state and private schools

Excellent train services into central London

This dashing four double bedroom Edwardian home has an entirely pleasing interior, a loft room and a south west-facing garden. Near Dulwich Infants, Dulwich Hamlet and under ten minutes' walk to trains.

These lovely-looking Edwardian homes line one of the best-known streets in the Village. This house is jam-packed with original features (including leaded stained glass) and has been updated with flair. The living space is more than generous; the ground-floor has an ideal layout with the kitchen at its heart and a reception room each at both the front and rear of the house.

A contemporary overhaul of the kitchen includes bespoke joinery, integrated appliances, a column-fitted oven and a modern oak-framed garden door. The adjoining dining room has an original fireplace, cornicing and alcove bookshelves. There's a utility area beyond the kitchen, a downstairs shower room with a loo and a rear reception with an original fireplace, cornicing and French doors that open to the garden. With the sunniest aspect (south west), the garden has a feature circular patio with brick edging and raised flowerbeds stocked with established plants such as bamboo, ceanothus, castor oil, hydrangea and several rose varieties.

Upstairs are four double bedrooms, one having an en suite shower room and two having built-in wardrobes. There's also a family shower room. Up in the eaves is another large room (playroom, reading room?) with access to eaves storage and two skylights. The house measures just shy of 2,000 square feet.

Being in one of London's most exclusive areas, Pickwick Road is a few minutes' walk to the Village's Ofsted 'outstanding' infant and junior schools. Alleyn's, Dulwich College and JAGS are all local while Kingsdale offers a solid state alternative.

Being just off the high street, you're moments from superb boutiques, restaurants, a florist, delicatessen and a large (and very lovely) pub with a beer garden. Dulwich Park has a boating lake, tennis courts, bicycle hire and café while Dulwich Picture Gallery has a good permanent collection, well-curated exhibitions, art events and workshops and a decent restaurant. Trains from North Dulwich (under ten minutes' walk) reach London Bridge in eighteen minutes. Herne Hill trains (just over fifteen minutes' walk) link to Farringdon, St Pancras, Luton Airport and Victoria.

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