An elegant semi-detached Edwardian family location home in West Dulwich, South East London. Extending to 2400 sq ft, built c.1905, the property has high ceilings, period features, parquet flooring and ‘old school’ cast iron radiators.

The original, front section of the house features a panelled hall with unusual central staircase and dramatic chandelier. Leading off the hall are a study and large double reception with open fireplaces, bay window and French doors leading to a tiled internal courtyard.

The rear of the property, accessed down three steps from the hall, has recently been redeveloped and extended to provide a snug, feature fireplace and light-filled kitchen and dining space. Three Crittall-style double doors with up and over glazing provide access to the 160ft rear garden. The contemporary extension complements the original building and features exposed brickwork with an unusual vertical bond, mid-century furniture and bespoke kitchen island with a slatted wood finish. Vintage film posters, quirky accessories and lots of greenery create an eclectic home.

The entire ground floor, also including cloakroom with statement wallpaper, is available to hire. Parking in the street outside is unrestricted.


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