Upland Road, East Dulwich
Generous three bed end of terrace Victorian house of 1320 square feet (inclusive of handy cellar space) with once-a-shop history. The plot gives you a good garden too, plus potential for ground floor extension.
Find it on a quiet street in East Dulwich/Peckham Rye borderland: walk 15 minutes for ED Station and 19 for PR Station. Both are Fare Zone 2. You’re only a three minute walk from Peckham Rye Park and Common’s 113 well-kept and well-enjoyed acres.
Open directly into the large, high-ceilinged, stripped-floored front room, of over 15 feet by over 13. The large windows face south-west; bespoke shutters feature here. Double doors open to your second reception (currently in use as a fourth bedroom), of 10 feet by over 10 feet.
The large and double-aspect kitchen/diner is set at the rear, stretching over 20 feet. The fitted wall and base units (Wren) are new in last year and are a timeless Shaker-style.
The part-walled garden’s pretty private and a blank canvas for all manner of treatments.
Upstairs and from the half-landing you’ve got the first bedroom to your left (of 11 feet by over 6 feet). Beyond this is a full bathroom with white suite and over bath shower.
From the landing you have the master bedroom taking the width of the house to the front - it’s over 15 feet by over 12 feet, and adjacent another good double (this one’s over 11 feet each way).
A leafy and well-connected spot. Saunter down to SE22’s North Cross Road for its friendly Saturday market, or to Lordship and Rye Lanes for eateries, drinkeries, and independent shops, plus banks and staples. Terroirs, Franklin's and The EDT are all nice spots.
Local cafes include Cafe G and Cafe on the Rye (within the park). Barry Road and Forest Hill Road have handy shops too.
It doesn’t get much hipper than Peckham's Rye Lane - we like Peckham Levels, The Bussey Building & Copeland Park and Market Building offerings. Bellenden Road is a short walk too for good restaurants and pubs.
Local pubs to you include The Clockhouse, The Herne, The Actress, Watson’s General Telegraph and The Great Exhibition.
- Tenure: Freehold
For further information or to arrange a viewing please call 020 3318 8900