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The Honor Oak Team

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St Aidans Road, SE22
4 Bedroom House
(Under Offer)

4 Bedroom(s)
2 Bathrooms
  • Absolutely stunning four-bedroom, two-bathroom, Victorian terraced family home
  • WEST FACING landscaped private rear garden
  • CHAIN FREE SALE on this quiet residential street
  • Enhanced by an architecturally designed, exquisite wrap around side return extension
  • Devol Shaker kitchen and utility room
  • Decadent reception room with working fireplace
  • Double glazing throughout
  • Excellent storage solutions
  • Close to a selection of highly rated primary schools and green open spaces
  • Close to Honor Oak Park and Peckkam Rye stations (London Bridge and Overground)

LAUNCHING SATURDAY 8TH MAY. Offered to the market CHAIN FREE is this stunning four-bedroom, two-bathroom, Victorian terraced family home, on this quiet residential road in East Dulwich.

The house has been enhanced by an architecturally designed ‘wrap around’ side return extension, incorporating a utility room and large storage room.

The house has been beautifully decorated and presented to a high specification throughout. It offers some lovely period features including fireplaces in three rooms, double glazed wooden sash windows throughout (fitted only 3 years ago), underfloor heating on most of the ground floor as well as the family bathroom and a neatly manicured WEST facing private rear garden that catches the afternoon sunshine.

The property is set back from the street by a walled front garden with a Victorian style tiled pathway leading to the front entrance, located under an ornate arched porch. The charming Victorian façade has exposed brickwork with detailed masonry surrounding the square bay sash windows that are typical of this era.

Upon entry there is a hallway that houses the staircase along with the guest toilet in the space underneath, both the hall and toilet have under floor heating. There is also an ingenious storage room with a large sliding pocket door that is incredibly practical, offering space for all the family’s bikes, scooters, shelving for shoes and a lot more!

The reception room has a charming opulent décor with dark blue walls complimenting the white fitted cupboards and the surround of the original working fireplace. The room boasts high ceilings and cornicing accompanied by exposed original wooden floorboards that have been sanded and varnished. This decadent room has two large square bay, wooden framed double-glazed windows that illuminates the room with natural light.

Occupying the whole width of the back of the house is the spectacular kitchen/dining/living room extension, designed by renowned local architect Simon Whitehead. Upon entering the room there is a huge Devol pantry cupboard that is an extension of the kitchen. The whole floor area is clad in a reclaimed style, wooden parquet with underfloor heating. The rear part of the room has vaulted ceilings to amplify the feeling of space and the whole back wall is made of glass, framed with brushed aluminium bi-fold doors and a bespoke triangular pane of glass above embracing the roofline. Natural light pours into the room from these windows as well as from three large skylights that sit conveniently above the kitchen area.

The kitchen is a classic Devol Shaker kitchen in a Pantry Blue to compliment the front reception. There are plenty of units with stylish brass handles as well as several additional hidden storage nooks. A white silestone worktop sits above housing a butler sink with a brass Victorian style tap, accompanied by a boiling hot water tap. There is also a 5-ring gas hob with a white metro tiled splash back and an extractor above and space for a large double American fridge freezer that sits next to the built-in Neff oven/grill and microwave/oven/grill.
Beyond this is a cleverly designed utility room that is neatly tucked away housing the washing machine, dryer, additional storage cupboard and an additional sink.

The garden has a Westerly aspect that catches the afternoon and evening sunshine, it’s approximately 23 ft (7m) long and offers plenty of privacy. There is a sandstone patio closest to the house, perfect for al fresco dining in the warmer months. Beyond this is a low maintenance Astro turf lawn surrounded by a raised bed full of plants and shrubs. Both the patio and the bedding have wired lighting controlled by switches by the rear door.

Upstairs on the first floor there is a half landing leading to the far end of the house where there is a charming single bedroom with original wooden floorboards that overlooks the garden through a large double glazed sash window. This bedroom is ideal for a child’s bedroom or it would make a nice home office or study.

Adjacent is the family bathroom which has striking green coloured tiled floors. The walls are clad in white metro tiles.

A good size double bedroom can be found in the middle of the house, it offers high ceilings, a fitted wardrobe in one of the alcoves of the chimney breast, a feature fireplace and more stripped original wooden floorboards.

Occupying the whole width of the front of the house is a generous main bedroom. Three large sash windows fill this room with natural light, the floorboards have been painted white, it has high ceilings with cornicing and a handsome original feature fireplace with surround.

The loft has been converted to create a spacious double bedroom accompanied by an en-suite shower room. The bedroom sits front to back with skylights at the front and double-glazed windows to the rear overlooking the garden. The shower room has neutral tiled flooring that is replicated on the walls of the walk-in shower enclosure. There is a contemporary wall hung wash hand basin has a vanity unit below for additional storage, a toilet and two additional storage cupboards fitted to the walls. Two large Velux windows offer natural light and ventilation.

St Aidan’s Road is a peaceful residential street with a lovely community of residents who have an active WhatsApp group for recommendations and gatherings. It is conveniently located for East Dulwich, Peckham Rye and Honor Oak, and rail stations as well as a range of useful shops, bars, restaurants and cafes on Forest Hill Road, which is approximately 150 metres from the property, including a doctor's surgery, dentist, a post office, great bus routes to Peckham Rye (63 and 363) or East Dulwich (P13) and the popular Herne Tavern pub at the end of the street is a local’s favourite that has an excellent beer garden (kids and pet friendly!). The many facilities of both East Dulwich and Peckham are also only a ten to fifteen minutes stroll away as well as a good selection of highly rated primary schools including Goodrich Primary which is approximately 400 meters away. At the bottom of St Aidan's Road you will also find the lovely open green spaces of Peckham Rye Park and Horniman Gardens is within walking distance.