Oakhurst Grove, East Dulwich, SE22


  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Receptions

Guide Price £1,500,000

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East Dulwich Station - 0.48m

Peckham Rye Station - 0.65m

Peckham Rye Station - 0.65m

  • Semi-Detached
  • Beautifully Recrafted Staircase
  • Generous Mature Rear Garden
  • Four Spacious Floors
  • Wonderful Period Features
  • Freehold

Wonderful Five Bedroom Semi-detached Period Home With Original Features Over Four Floors.

GUIDE PRICE £1,500,000 - £1,550,000.

This vast five bedroom period charmer is elegantly spread over four spacious floors and includes a wealth of original charm. Well positioned in The Gardens Conservation Area, the property enjoys high ceilings, fireplaces and a beautifully restored cut-string staircase. The newel post, balustrades and mahogany handrail have been expertly re-crafted to the original design. The accommodation comprises five double bedrooms, two reception rooms, large kitchen/diner, shower room and large family bathroom. A storage cellar and two spacious loft spaces will house all your beloved tat. Oakhurst Grove is a mature, peaceful no-through road within an easy stroll of Lordship Lane.

The entrance hall has a dado and picture rails and some very well preserved cornice work and corbels. The staircase, expertly restored by the ‘London Wood Turners’ takes pride of place. To the left you find the wonderfully spacious double reception with an English pippy oak floor from ‘Lasscos’. Separated centrally by wide double doors, both ends have access to the hall and stunning original working fireplaces, each with tiled hearths. There are two ceiling roses and more decorative cornicing to enjoy. A square bay of sash windows to the front and French doors to the rear supply light and views.

Towards the end of the hall you find access to the cellar and the laundry cupboard. The kitchen-diner offers comfortable cooking and dining space. There's a ceramic one and a half bowl sink and drainer and the units and work tops are all made from Iroko. Further delights include handmade bespoke kitchen worktops made from reclaimed science work tops, a travertine floor and large side aspect sash window. The dual-fuel range cooker has five rings and fits snugly on the right and there's a contemporary oblong wall radiator. A utility area precedes access to your generous garden which is well stocked with leafiness, including a beautiful avenue of lime trees. Read More

Upstairs you find white painted floorboards and a ‘Roger Oates’ runner on the stairs. The front aspect double bedroom spans the width of the building into the second storey of that lovely square bay. Another glorious reclaimed period fireplace and cornicing continue the charm offensive. Bedroom two, another fine double, sits next door with a peaceful rear aspect and fitted storage. The lower return hosts a shower room next to a third double bedroom with a pretty feature fireplace. A fourth bedroom sits on the second return with more peaceful rear vibes with the original fireplace and under eaves storage. The second floor treats you to a particularly lovely family bathroom with roll top bath, period feature fireplace and period style loo. A fifth and final huge double bedroom, also spanning the width of the house, supplies another period feature fireplace and a glimpse of the Shard! There’s side access and a large side return which provides scope for an extension subject to planning permission.

You're a short stroll from luscious Lordship Lane and Rye Lane and less than that to Goose Green. Get your weekly shop done in the 24 hrs Sainsbury's on Dog Kennel Hill or the independent groceries on Lordship Lane. The area is simply awash with social endeavours. The much loved East Dulwich Tavern offers friendly beers and summer fun. Arapina bakery offers amazing vegan croissants and cakes! The Palmerston and Franklins are great for some classy nosh and Franco Manca does the best pizza in town. William Rose butcher is widely loved and we often visit the Moxon's fish mongers. A great selection of curry houses and some fab little cafes to meet your mates. There's an M&S both near East Dulwich station and on Lordship Lane and the East Dulwich Picture House is a fine spot for some flicks. Well located for many good schools both state and private, including The Charter School East Dulwich, Dulwich College, Alleyn’s School and James Allens Girls School. The primary schools include St John’s and St Clements and Goose Green School. For transport you have East Dulwich station within an 8 minute walk with direct services to London Bridge and will also whisk you to Crystal Palace, Beckenham and East Croydon. Peckham Rye station is a 12 minute walk with services to Blackfriars, St Pancras, Victoria and London Bridge There’s myriad of buses on East Dulwich Road, Peckham Rye and Lordship Lane. Unrestricted parking and a friendly community feel add to the charm. Read Less

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