Original detail runs through this charming terraced house on Malfort Road. Running from Ivanhoe Road to Grove Hill Road, this pretty street is very appealing for families and professionals, located around the corner from Champion Hill and the beautiful Camberwell Grove. The houses here are all well preserved, many having original sash windows, plus there's a strong community spirit amongst the neighbours. East Dulwich, Bellenden Road and Camberwell are all within walking distance - you really are magnificently placed. This idyllic property has three bedrooms, two receptions (plus dining room) and two bathrooms.
This house is slightly elevated and has a contemporary front garden with steps up to the door. Inside, a typical Victorian layout stretches ahead, but having a sweeping curved wall to your right. This is where the reception room can be found fronting the street, housing original coving overhead and an original fireplace with solid marble surround. Behind this room is a second reception room leading into a sun room/conservatory with glass roof, a cute addition for some extra space. French doors at the far end take you out into the decked garden.
Further down the hall, you pass an understairs cupboard that takes you down to the old coal cellar, ideal for storing your bits and bobs, while to your right is a shower room and w.c. Opposite this is a further storage cupboard, while heading on you find the second reception, currently used as a dining room. This space opens directly into the kitchen at the rear, so it’s current use is what one would typically do. A huge side aspect window draws in light and there is an extremely modern concrete floor. The kitchen has an awesome double butler's sink, white units and natural tumbled slate splashbacks. A back door leads out to a sunny south facing garden with a decked seating area and surrounding raised beds.
Upstairs, the landing is split by a few steps up towards the front of the property. Stretching across the width of the house is a glorious master bedroom with a bay window and single sash to one side. Exposed brickwork covers the chimney breast. Next door is a second double with cast iron fireplace and garden views. A separate w.c comes before the main bathroom which has a white suite with a shower attachment and heated towel rail. A third double at the rear has neutral walls and oatmeal carpets and is quietly tucked away overlooking the garden.
Very nicely located on all fronts this home offers easy access to both the City and central London – walk eight minutes to Denmark Hill station for regular services to Victoria and London Bridge. East Dulwich is within 10 minutes’ walk for good services to London Bridge too. Alternatively catch a 185 or 176 from the top of the street. Shopping is a cinch with Sainsbury’s two minutes away and the delis of East Dulwich a little further. Going out? Lordship Lane has an ever expanding number of cool bars and restaurants and there are more in nearby Bellenden Road. Dog Kennel Hill School has an exemplary record and is close by. For active pursuits the Peckham Pulse is a jog away or spend a few hours at the library and then go on to the cinema on Rye Lane!
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