Built in the 1930s, this Neo-Georgian location home in the Dulwich Estate has gone through a complete renovation in recent years. Now providing well planned, extended interiors with interconnected rooms all making the most of the available light.
Approached from the side elevation the wide entrance hall opens to the drawing room to the front of the house and the much extended kitchen and dining room to the rear.
The drawing room has large Georgian sash windows and French doors which open out to the front garden. It has an oak herringbone parquet floor, two beautiful fireplaces and is decorated and furnished in a considered palette of muted colours and accenting soft furnishings.
Opening directly to the terrace and rear gardens, the kitchen diner is a spacious room with fantastic natural light. The newly added extension has large expanses of glass, both in the form of elongated skylights and floor to ceiling sliding doors. The kitchen cabinetry is bespoke and blends together traditional elements of the classic shaker style with the more contemporary features such as the fluted design seen in the island and reeded glass panels.
The tall sliding doors open out to a paved terrace and then steps down to the large lawned garden.
A hidden doorway leads from the kitchen into a tv / playroom.
On the first and second floor are a total of 4 bedrooms, one is currently set up as a snug. There is a main house bathroom which has a roll top bath and walk-in shower, and a second shower room which is the en-suite to the principal bedroom.
Nearest Rail: West Dulwich and North Dulwich are both less than a mile from the house, and Forest Hill is just over 1 mile.
Parking: Space for up to six cars in the driveway.