- Semi detached family home
- 1615 sq feet Gross Internal area. Total of 2065 sq including loft and cellar.
- Southwark Council tax band E
- The repointing of the home in 2020 has really brought out the brickwork and decorative red frieze
- Under-floor heating in downstairs shower-room and kitchen.
- The bespoke brass and copper lantern lights the lovely front door with bespoke stained glass
- In-frame solid wood kitchen with granite top and Bertazzoni double-oven
- Loft and cellar space
Full property description
This charming 4 bedroom semi-detached family house is positioned in a well sought after area in South-East London. It lies on Glengarry Road, which is nestled between East Dulwich and Dulwich Village, perfectly positioned by a wide range of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. Light pours into the expansive living areas through great use of windows, illuminating the flexible and wonderfully private interior spaces.
The building’s façade is typical of a Victorian period, incorporating recently re-pointed London stock brick and an angular bay window positioned beneath a traditional slate pitched roof. Inside, Victorian proportions have been preserved; beautiful fireplaces and large sash windows promote a sense of flow, bathing the house in natural light.
The living spaces have been cleverly reconfigured and renovated by the current owners with features such as the handpicked fireplaces, handmade brass and copper lantern that lights the lovely front door with bespoke stained glass. In the hall, you will find the original cast iron newel post on the stairs and a sympathetically chosen cast iron Victorian-style radiator.
The open-plan kitchen and dining area is positioned to the rear of the plan. The space is defined by an extension with cathedral high windows, sky lights and bi-folding doors that frame views over the verdant garden beyond. Ocean blue wood cabinetry in the kitchen with granite work tops and a Bertazonni cooker completes the kitchen. They have stripped original wood floors downstairs and have applied under-floor heating in the downstairs shower-room and kitchen. The downstairs shower is great for guests and also for dogs as it can be accessed from the side-passage to keep muddy paws away from the rest of the house.
The main bedroom is located at the front of the plan, yet is extremely due to double glazing; the carpet creates a soft passage underfoot and the walls have been kept neutral giving that sense of warmth. The family bathroom has a roll top cast iron bathtub and the shower room features bespoke hand-made oak units with a marble counter. Each bedroom has been carefully designed with it's own character.
Council Tax Band E
Reception Room 17′ 7″ x 13′ 5″ (5.37m x 4.1m)
Kitchen/Dining area 23′ 11″ x 19′ 0″ (7.3m x 5.8m)
Bedroom 14′ 6″ x 12′ 7″ (4.42m x 3.83m)
Bedroom 16′ 3″ x 10′ 4″ (4.95m x 3.16m)
Bedroom 13′ 6″ x 8′ 4″ (4.11m x 2.53m)