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The Honor Oak Team

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Crystal Palace Road , SE22
6 Bedroom House
(Available)


£1,500,000
KEY FEATURES
6 Bedroom(s)
3 Bathrooms
  • Impressive 6 bedroom Victorian end of terrace family home
  • SOUTH FACING private rear garden
  • Two reception rooms
  • Ground floor office or play room
  • Stunning kitchen breakfast room and utility room with toilet
  • Double story extension and loft conversion
  • 1949 Sqft (181 sqm) of floor space
  • 3 bathrooms - one of which is a luxurious en-suite to the main bedroom
  • OFSTED rated outstanding schools and independent schools locally
  • Close to East Dulwich station and the amenities of Lordship Lane and North Cross Road
PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Located in the heart of East Dulwich is this impressive 6-bedroom, 3-bathroom, Victorian end of terrace family home. The house benefits from a generous SOUTH FACING rear garden, double glazing throughout, a fabulous kitchen breakfast room, two reception rooms, a dedicated ground floor study and a large double story side extension with a loft conversion bringing the internal floorspace to almost 2000 sqft (181 sqm).

The house is set back from the street by a gated, walled front garden with a hedge of mature plants and a mature flowering Magnolia tree for additional privacy. To the side sits a large cycle storage shed obscured by plants. The exterior is a typical attractive Victorian façade adorned with Wisteria, with a large ground floor bay sash window accompanied by an arched doorway with detailed masonry set on a backdrop of old stock bricks. The double story extension has been sympathetically added with reclaimed London stock bricks to merge with the original house. A traditional Victorian black and white tiled pathway leads to the Victorian style front door.

Upon entry there is a wide hallway housing the staircase with ample storage underneath, stylish tiled flooring and a glass brick wall allowing for natural light to filter though.

At the front of the house is a cosy formal lounge with high ceilings, solid wooden flooring, a working period fireplace with original tiles and a large bay sash window that illuminates the room with natural light.

At the centre of the house, on the other side of the glass brick wall, is a large double length reception room which benefits from the side extension. There are more high ceilings with spotlights, solid wooden flooring, another glass brick wall next to bi-fold doors that lead out to the garden.

Cleverly tucked away behind bi-fold doors and located at the front of the house is a versatile room which is currently being utilised as a home office by the current owners. This space could easily be utilised in a number of ways, perhaps a playroom for kids, a music room, double bedroom or a cinema room. A sash window faces the front and is furnished with plantation shutters.

The kitchen breakfast room is a naturally light and airy space thanks to conservatory extension with floor to ceiling bi-fold doors that lead directly the SOUTH FACING patio and garden.
There is an abundance of wall and base mounted gloss units with a metro tiled fired earth splashback and granite worktops with colour-changeable accent lighting housing the butler sink and space for a large range cooker with extractor above. There are slate-grey floors offering plenty of space for a dining room table and chairs.
At the far end of the kitchen is a handy utility room which is the engine room of the house containing the washing machine, drier, freezer, Valiant boiler, a toilet and plenty of additional storage.

The kitchen breakfast room and the large reception room adjacent are connected by the York stone garden patio, both of these areas open up to this space making it a great entertaining area in the warmer months of the year. Thanks to the SOUTH facing aspect the high-walled garden is a suntrap, perfect for al fresco dining.
Beyond the patio is a large lawn area surrounded by borders of mature plants, shrubs and trees making the garden exceptionally private from the neighboring properties. There is also a shed for gardening equipment to the side and another patio area at the back of the garden (which contains a brick BBQ with marble worktop) to catch the last drops of evening sun.

Upstairs there is a double bedroom off the first-floor half landing which benefits from dual aspect windows offering nice views over the garden and it comes with carpeted floors.

The main bedroom is at the front of the house and benefits from occupying the whole width of the original house with two large sash windows, carpeted flooring and fitted wardrobes along one wall. This bedroom also benefits from retention of the full height ceilings.
Accompanying this bedroom is a luxurious en-suite bathroom which is clad floor to ceiling in Travertine tiles. There is a freestanding cast iron rolltop bathtub that sits under a large frosted sash window, allowing for natural light and ventilation, a walk in shower enclosure with fired earth tiles, a heated towel rail, a contemporary toilet and a wash hand basin.

Adjacent is the family bathroom fitted in a similar style with Travertine tiles, there is a bathtub with shower above, a toilet and a wash hand basin with mirror above and large fitted bathroom cupboards.

There are two more bedrooms on this floor, both at the rear of the house overlooking the garden, a good size double with carpeted floors and a single bedroom with steps leading up to a mezzanine area with storage in the eaves, a perfect kids bedroom with built in play area!

Upstairs the loft has been converted to create two further bedrooms and a shower room. There is a lovely bedroom off the half landing which benefits from dual aspect windows, the one on the side is floor to ceiling glass and the other is a Juliette balcony overlooking the garden.

Another good size double bedroom sits at the front of the house and has access to a Jack and Jill shower room and fitted wardrobes along one wall. A perfect guest bedroom. A door from this double bedroom steps up to a large loft storage area with floor to ceiling racking – no need to worry about storage space in this house!

The shower room is also accessible from the landing and is stylishly finished with a slate floors and grey glass tiles from fired earth, there is a walk-in shower enclosure, a heated towel rail, a toilet and a wash hand basin.

Crystal Palace Road is conveniently located for East Dulwich station (0.64 miles) and Lordship Lane with its fantastic shops, bars, restaurants and cinema. Nearby you also have the Dulwich Village, the green open spaces of Dulwich park and Peckham Rye, North Cross Road with its famous boutique Saturday market as well as many sought after schools such as Heber primary which is only 128 meters away, Harris Academy (384 meters), and Goodrich primary (482 meters) all rated good or outstanding by OFSTED. The house is also close to many of the secondary schools designated as outstanding by OFSTED. There is also an abundance of well renowned independent schools (such as Dulwich college, JAGS and Alleyns) locally.