This substantial, mid-terraced house is a good example of late 19th century architecture. Located on one of Camberwell's premier roads, the property has many original features and lots of space. Right at the top of the house is a super big bedroom - in all you have five bedrooms, two reception and two bathrooms. It's a wonderful family house in a lovely setting. Sitting within the Camberwell Grove Conservation area, Grove Lane offers a marvellously eclectic mix of period homes.
Sitting just at the junction of De Crespigny Park, you’ll find this utterly lovely five bedroom beauty. Behind a mature hedge is a monochrome tiled path leading up to the front door. Inside the hall has a good ceiling height and some lovely original floorboards. Take a right to find the expansive double reception which is separated by original folding doors. Each end boasts an original fireplace, cornicing and immaculate wooden flooring. The view rear through the French doors is leafy and quaint. A cellar is accessed from beneath the original staircase to fulfil your storage needs. The kitchen/diner runs from the end of the hall. It’s a good size and offers additional garden access and plenty of room for a dining table. The units are a stylish Farrow & Ball ‘Railings’ and there is a twin oven with large hob to make mealtimes a breeze.
Upward to the first return you meet the first of the five bedrooms. It faces over the garden and enjoys a pretty period feature fireplace painted white and an immaculate decor. A shower room sits next door with chic grey touches and a further fetching walk-in shower. Toward the front of the house you’ll find the vast master bedroom fronting the street through a signature square bay window. There’s another fireplace with sublime tiling and mantel. Another double bedroom sits to the rear of the master. There’s original fitted storage and (you guessed it) another beautiful feature fireplace. A further flight leads to the fourth bedroom facing rear with a family bathroom just next door with double ended tub and shower attachment. The final bedrooms sits predominantly in the loft space and is currently used as a family space/TV room with huge amounts of eaves storage.
A beautiful house in a top location for central Camberwell - all life's necessities are within walking distance, as is Denmark Hill train station (zone 2) for excellent links to Victoria, London Bridge and Blackfriars as well as numerous bus services to the City and West End. The London Overground Line recently added to the fun with frequent, fast services to Shoreditch, Clapham, Islington and Canary Wharf (via Canada Water). The Dulwich Foundation Schools are all within a short drive time. There are two good primary schools each within easy walking distance as well as the Butterfly tennis club which is in Grove Lane on the way to the swimming baths.
There are a huge number of fantastic local independent eateries including The Crooked Well and the Camberwell Arms, both great gastro pubs. Just down Grove Lane you can find Theos' pizzeria and the Hill Bakery an excellent sourdough bakery and deli. Round the corner on Camberwell Church St as well as The Camberwell Arms there are a huge range of places to eat and drink, Turkish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Greek restaurants to mention a few. There is a Morrisons supermarket at Camberwell Green or it is just a few minutes drive to the large Sainsburys on Dog Kennel Hill. The many shops and eateries of East Dulwich and Bellenden Road are also just a few minutes drive away.
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