A highly attractive 'North Dulwich Triangle' four bedroom Victorian house set in a prime position, blending a modern update with an array of original features.
EPC rating: F.
A highly attractive 'North Dulwich Triangle' four bedroom Victorian house set in a prime position blending a modern update with an array of original features.
Stylish interior decor blends wonderfully with charming period features including wooden flooring, feature fireplaces, ornate cornicing and typical ceiling heights for a property of this era.
The inviting entrance hall leads to a double length front aspect reception with two fireplaces and out to a secluded patio ideal for coffee and a book. To ther rear is an imperssive modern kitchen entertaining area with sliding doors opening on the pretty rear garden.
Spread across the upper floors are four well proportioned, bright and airy bedrooms with two contemporary bathrooms; one on each floor.
A loft provides further scope to extend, subject to the usual consents and there is also a handy cellar.
Holmdene Avenue is ideally located in the prestigious North Dulwich Triangle. The cafes and boutique shops of Half Moon Lane are just around the corner and Brockwell Park with its famous Lido is very close by.
North Dulwich station 0.3 miles with Southern services to London Bridge.
Herne Hill station 0.5 miles with Southeastern services to London Victoria and Thameslink services to London Blackfriars, London Farringdon and London St. Pancras International.
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