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Five double bedrooms

Halls adjoining

Double reception and dining room

Bathroom, shower room, two cloakrooms

Large, sunny garden

Excellent local schools

Walk to Dulwich Park and Village

Chain free

You'll find stately proportions, superb natural light and a never-ending garden in this halls-adjoining Victorian home. It's close to celebrated schools, Dulwich Village, North Dulwich station and plentiful bus routes. Chain free.

This wider than average home has the space and garden that growing families crave. Original cornicing winds its way around the hallway ceiling and double reception, with a Victorian ceiling rose in the front reception space. The double reception is a grand room with stripped floorboards, a bay window at the front and French doors that open to the rear side return. Further along the hall is a shower room and opposite this is the cellar door. Originally used to store coal, the cellar is large enough to store a vast amount of wine and everyone's bike.

To the rear is a huge dining room with a side bay window, chimney breast (with the original fire surround) and a tall pantry cupboard. Through a glass-panelled door is a neat modern kitchen. If you're struck by the temptation to create one huge kitchen/diner, it would be a very straightforward process in this house.

All of the five bedrooms are doubles, with the master having a three-window-wide position at the front (and lots of built-in storage). The landing splits on the first floor, there's a further bathroom with a shower over the bath and a large linen cupboard while the lavatory is separate. On the top-floor of the house are two bedrooms (one with built-in wardrobes) and a second lavatory.

The garden measures just shy of 70-foot and has a westerly aspect. It backs onto other gardens, has a large patio, deep lawn and area screened at the rear by trellis.

North Dulwich station is a 16-22 minute walk for trains to London Bridge, alternatively hop on a bus (just seconds away) all the way into central London or jump off at Denmark Hill (a 7-minute journey) for Zone 2 trains (London Bridge, Victoria) and London Overground links (Clapham Junction, Canada Water, Shoreditch, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington.

Goodrich and St Anthony's are the closest primary schools, while there are two Ofsted 'outstanding' Harris academies at Peckham Rye, Kingsdale, Forest Hill Boys' and Sydenham Girls' as state secondary options. Alleyn's, Dulwich College and JAGS are all within a 10-minute drive.

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