Holmes Close, East Dulwich
Slick and semi-detached three double bed modern home of 1388 square feet, over three full floors, with side access and a low-maintenance south-facing private garden, plus a designated parking space. Find the property in a smart and exclusive gated, professionally-landscaped mews that’s accessed via Oakhurst Grove, within easy walking distance of Lordship Lane, Goose Green, Peckham Rye Park and Common’s 113 acres, and both East Dulwich and Peckham Rye Stations (walk to these in 12-14 minutes). Freehold.
Open into the wide hall and a coat cupboard sits immediately to your right. Beyond this on your right is the recently-improved contemporary fitted kitchen with high-end integrated appliances. This room runs 18 feet before rolling into the huge reception room of over 15 feet by over 14. Sliding double-glazed doors open onto the part-walled garden area which extends down the side of the house too - as you’re the last in the terrace. A downstairs w.c. off the hall completes the ground floor tour.
Up the stairs and a smart bathroom (with over bath shower) plus generous double bedroom sit to the rear of the building. The bedroom’s carpeted and over 14 feet by nearly 10. To the front of the house you have a big and two-windowed master suite (think nice hotel!) which is 15 feet at its widest, with en suite shower room and dressing area with built-in wardrobes. Up to the second floor and the largest of the bedrooms is landed upon. This is over 16 feet by over 15, with enormous walk-in wardrobe plus easily-accessible eaves storage.
Most locally, on East Dulwich Road, you have a handy Tesco store and a smart parade of shops including a Hop Burns & Black, smart cafe, chippy, gastro-pub etc. East Dulwich leisure centre is on this stretch too. Your local schools include Goose Green and St John’s & St Clement’s C of E primaries.
You’re in such a super spot here to enjoy all that Peckham and East Dulwich have to offer in terms of shops restaurants, bars, cafes and markets. Some of our favourites include SMBS, Franklin’s, Mons, William Rose butchery (worth the queues for the friendly staff alone), Chener Books and North Cross Road market in SE22, and Artusi, Ganapati, Review book store, The White Horse and The Gowlett pub in SE15. The triangle at the point of Peckham Rye Common is abuzz with fairly new eateries such as Banh Banh, Br Bao and Pedler. And beyond this, Rye Lane is in full-hipster-flight with the likes of Peckham Levels and The Bussey Building & Copeland Park which are bursting with trendy eateries, drinkeries and yoga classes! Nunhead is an easy walk too for independent staples such as FC Soper (wet fish shop) and Ayres (bakery).
- Tenure: Freehold
For further information or to arrange a viewing please call 020 3318 8900