Breathtaking Five Bedroom Architect Designed Residence in Prime Position with 160ft Garden and Parking
Such splendour is very rarely witnessed in the current market. This opulent terraced house sprawls over five floors and was designed by award-winning architects on the site of what was once the St. John’s Convent building and orchard site. There are five double bedrooms, three bathrooms, three receptions, huge amounts of storage space and a roof terrace. Extras can be noted throughout the house – video entry system, bike store, off street parking and unrivalled views from the top floors and terrace. The sprawling garden (over 160 ft) really benefits from the house's position on the south side of Grove Park.
Inside, there is over 4000 square feet of space to enjoy! The ground and lower ground floors are arranged as family areas, with an enormous kitchen/diner situated on the lower floor. A double height glass window means the space is simply flooded with natural light. A timber crafted staircase winds its way throughout the house and leads up to a formal reception space on the first floor, known as the 'Great Room'. The top two floors are sleeping areas, with a master suite selfishly taking an entire floor, and three further bedrooms (plus two bathrooms) taking the remaining floor. The very top floor holds an impressive roof terrace if you really wish to show off.
Fine examples of large late Victorian properties line both sides of this street marking it as a highly desirable location at the top end of Camberwell Grove. This is a grand, incredibly spacious family house in a super location, with very good transport links to Victoria, London Bridge and Blackfriars from Denmark Hill mainline station (zone 2), a pleasant eight minute stroll away. Sainsbury's is a three minute drive and the Dulwich Foundation schools are only ten. For more frivolous shopping, try Lordship Lane and Northcross Road for some of the best food and gift shops in South London. Ruskin Park is nearby and Dulwich Park, with its new cafe, lake and very popular playground, is also only ten minutes by car. Likewise Dulwich Picture Gallery, Britain’s oldest public art gallery and an inspiring place to while away an afternoon or just visit for lunch.
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