Fellbrigg Road, East Dulwich

If ‘average’ is a concept you don’t care to associate with, you’re going to fall - hard - for this former dairy building with ground and first floor reception spaces, three double bedrooms (one downstairs, two upstairs), two bathrooms and a dreamily-private, slate-tiled courtyard, plus two metal balconies to the first floor.

The genuinely rare to market home sits in a private and tucked-away position off a quiet residential street with unrestricted parking. Including a private and skylit garage/office, the property measures in at 1648 square feet. 

Industrial and homely features flow throughout - it’s a tasteful and sensitive conversion retaining many of the dairy’s original bits: exposed brickwork, woodwork and hatches etc. 

Walk 10 minutes for East Dulwich’s Zone 2 Station, and you’re closer still to North Cross Road and Lordship Lane. Peckham Rye Station is a 20 minute walk for Overground trains. Freehold. 

Approach the house through an unassuming gate on Fellbrigg Road, at the North Cross Road end of the street. Before you get to your industrial glazed double doors, your garage is set to your left. Garage or office - you choose! 

The doors open onto your roomy and skylit hall of over 13 feet by over 9. The perfect space to rest bikes, buggies, or sports gear. Or all of that! The building’s original double timber doors open into your downstairs reception space - of over 26 feet by over 16. We love the wood burner in here, and the guest w.c. is a welcome feature too. Open out here onto the gorgeous walled courtyard. At the foot of the room, stairs head up to the first floor, and beyond this is the main bathroom with traditionally-styled bathroom suite. 

There’s more to this floor - take a right turn through a door into a lobby space with a large storage cupboard, and opposite this, a gorgeous shower room with cool pocket door.

Next door is a huge wooden-floored bedroom - of over 19 feet by over 11, with a wall of built-in wardrobes to the far wall. Double doors open out here too, onto the courtyard. 

Up to the first floor and at the top of the stairs find the hand-built kitchen area to your left with a skylight up above and lots of open shelving, and a huge reception area to your right. A natural dining space, with painted wooden floors. The whole double-aspect room is over 33 feet by nearly 12. A pair of double doors open onto a long balcony from where you can admire the large courtyard downstairs. 

Off this room you have a second lobby area (with further built-in storage), then you find two further double bedrooms - the larger of the two opens onto its own balcony. 

Your most local shops and cafes are on North Cross Road, Barry Road and Lordship Lane, where you’ll also find a varied selection of places to dine, drink and socialise. The Picturehouse cinema is a recent and popular addition to Lordship Lane. East Dulwich’s leisure centre with modern pool is but a 7 minute walk, on Crystal Palace Road. 

You can get great groceries on LL. We love William Rose, SMBS, Mons, Moxon’s and The Cheese Block in particular. Local restaurants and cafes include Blue Brick Cafe, Thai Corner Cafe, Franklin’s and Monkatsu. Local pubs include The Actress, The Great Exhibition and The EDT. 

Green space? Peckham Rye Park and Common is an eight minute walk from your door. It’s the same distance to lovely Goose Green. Kids? Heber Primary is really local (and Ofsted-rated ‘Good’).

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For further information or to arrange a viewing please call 020 3318 8900

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Munday’s opened for business in 2015 – an informed, sales-only estate agency, serving both the residential and commercial property markets. Munday’s would love to facilitate your sale or purchase (or both). Valuations for sale, probate or curiosity, are free.

Becky Munday (Managing Director) has been valuing and selling homes and properties of all shapes and sizes since 2004, and has led the sales operations of two market-leading, independent estate agencies in south London.

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