Accommodation comprises entrance hall with access to guest WC and stairs rising to the first floor, leading into the bright and spacious extended reception room with ample space for relaxing, entertaining and dining, and flooded with natural light from sliding doors onto the garden and overhead orangery style skylight to the rear. A sliding door separates the kitchen area, with front aspect window and inbuilt storage. The kitchen itself comprises a sleek range of matching wall and base units with work surfaces incorporating inset sink unit, induction hob with overhead extractor, wall mounted electric oven, and further space for appliances. To the first floor, there are three well proportioned bedrooms - two doubles and a generous single - plus an elegantly tiled family bathroom with modern white three piece suite and overhead skylight window.
The property is enviably located close to the heart of Dulwich Village, within easy access of East Dulwich and North Dulwich station with regular services into Central London, as well as a number of local bus routes. East Dulwich Grove and nearby Lordship Lane provide a variety of shops, delicatessens, cafes and amenities, with Dulwich Village close-by providing an exclusive selection of amenities. Beautiful Dulwich Park and Belair Park are within a short walk, and the area is renowned for its' schools, including Dulwich Village Infants', Dulwich Hamlet, Alleyn's, JAGS and Dulwich College.
What do you love most about your home?
The house is well-designed, light and open-plan. It's easy to heat in winter and has good storage.
Its garden is South-West facing and private. It has a fig tree and grape vines and is also served by a back lane which means garden waste etc. does not have to some through the house. There is a planted screen by the shed to conceal drying washing. The house also has a garage and off-street parking.
Why are you moving?
We are moving locally to get more space as our family grows.
What do you love about the area?
The house sits within the catchments of both outstanding primary (Dulwich Infants, Dulwich Hamlet) and secondary (North and East Dulwich Charters) schools.
The location offers the best of both East Dulwich (shops, restaurants and bars)and Dulwich Village (The Crown and Greyhound Pub, the Picture Gallery and many green spaces) at an affordable price.
There are many parks nearby: Dulwich Park, Dulwich and Sydenham Woods, Greendale Fields, Ruskin and Brockwell Parks
The local area is safe and family-friendly. Dulwich's leafy character means it feels a bit less "London" despite being on the edge of zone 2. North Dulwich station connecting to London Bridge is just 10 minutes away; Herne Hill connecting to Kings Cross and Victoria is 20 minutes away. The 37 and 42 buses pass by the end of the road. Brixton and Peckham are within easy reach and it's only a 30 minute cycle into the centre of town.