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Five bedrooms

A stately interior

Double reception


Bathroom and shower room

Copious storage

South west walled garden

Fabulous location

Close to East Dulwich and Denmark Hill

Near Charter and Harris Primary

A radically creative home with a resplendent vibe. Measuring over 1650 square feet, it has five bedrooms, two receptions, two bathrooms and original fireplaces. Moments to Lordship Lane and well within last year's Charter School sweep.

Such a thorough refurb has made all the difference to this Victorian family home. The loft was recently converted with kitchen extensions being completed in 2016. Not only has living space enlarged, it now works fluidly. Storage has become highly organised and natural light is invited in at every opportunity. Even the front garden has been designed cleverly to allow neat and easy bin storage.

The double reception has original matching fireplaces (one of which is working, the other has a woodburner fitted inside it) with solid marble mantelpieces, ceiling coving, new floorboards and picture rails. There is a downstairs loo with heated floor and handy in-built utility closet. Kitchen/diner features include an island with a zinc worktop and gas hob with over island extractor, integral breakfast bar, two pantry cupboards, a secret underfloor wine cellar and integrated appliances (dishwasher, fridge/freezer). Cabinets are a contemporary take on tradition and have been built into an entire wall and under the island. Three large skylights hang over the side-return extension (dining area), while Crittall-like, multi-framed glazing opens out to the garden. Facing south west, the garden is walled, has a cobble patio and tumbling with creepers and climbers (namely ivy and various clematis). At the end of the entrance hall is a shoe/coat cupboard and a door to the original coal cellar. The cellar can store an impressive array of extras, and it's worth noting a neighbour has dug his out to create a workshop.

Two of the three first-floor bedrooms have hand-built wardrobes while the third, a very roomy single, overlooks gardens below. Old-school type radiators are fitted, the master bedroom has a working fireplace, floorboards are stained dark and walls wear a putty-grey. The family bathroom is eclectically styled, has a double-size walk-in wet area, freestanding roll-top bath and refurbished antique brass wall-hung taps and matching shower valve. Underfloor heating is fitted below tiles that mimic floorboards. Two large double bedrooms and a wet room have been carved from the loft. The larger room has a skylight and window, both have dark-stained floorboards, old-school radiator and putty-grey walls. Continuing the mod-trad theme, the wet room is beautifully styled having further antique brass fittings, wall-hung sanitary ware, a walk-in screened wet area and underfloor heating. Eaves storage runs along one long wall in the larger bedroom and also from the shower room.

Walk to East Dulwich trains in around 10/12-minutes for London Bridge trains, or jump on a bus (176, 185, 40) to reach Denmark Hill station in less than 10-minutes. This gives you non-stop Zone 2 trains to Victoria (around 9-minutes journey time) and London Overground links to Clapham, Canada Water, Shoreditch, Whitechapel, Hoxton, Dalston Junction and Highbury & Islington. Buses will get you to the City and West End while routes 185 and 176 run night-bus services to bring you home.

Local schools are superb. Primary options include Harris Primary Academy (the closest and Ofsted 'outstanding') and Heber (Ofsted 'good'). Older children would be living 0.7 km from where Charter East Dulwich measure distance from; last years' furthest offers were 1.3km from the school. Alternatives include Kingsdale or either of the Harris academies at Peckham Rye (all 'outstanding').

You're just off North Cross Road with its independent boutiques and its popular Saturday market (make sure to try the popcorn). You're also moments to exciting cafés, bars, gastro pubs, an M&S Food Hall, a Co-operative supermarket, a Picturehouse cinema, a gym with yoga studios and a recently overhauled leisure centre and pool. Bellenden Road, Peckham and Dulwich Village are all nearby while you have glorious green spaces at Peckham Rye, Dulwich Woods and Dulwich Park to explore.

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