Nestled away on a quiet street you’ll find Crebor Street made up of predominately Victorian period conversions. Crebor Street has the benefit of being surrounded by open parks suitable for families, pet owners and with great jogging/cycling routes.
Crebor Street is set back from the centre of East Dulwich making it more popular to a slightly older demographic, made up of mainly owner occupiers. The average property price is £570,000, which has risen year on year. Flat on Crebor Street sell for an average of £360,000 whilst terraced houses go for £670,000.
The location tends well to families with Goodrich Primary and Heber School only a stone’s throw from Crebor Street. Both receiving ‘good’ performance in their latest ofsted report.
Close to Crebor Street you’ll find several independent businesses, stretch slightly further afar and Lordship Lane will hit you with gyms, pubs and cinemas.
Getting around Crebor Street is made convenient with the P13 Bus that can get you to East Dulwich in 10 minutes, this is the closest station for those looking to reside in the area. Parking is available for owners who must apply for a resident parking permit.
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