Chesterfield Grove is considered one of the most prime roads in East Dulwich, due to its central location. Bearing just off Lordship Lane, the road sees Victorian period terraced houses, the majority of which occupied by families.
The house is considered larger than the average three bedroom terrace in the area. Displaying many period features throughout, the property offers a spacious double reception room, large family kitchen, three bedrooms, an ample bathroom and a large private garden. The property would ideally suit a family.
The immediate area has plenty to offer. There are a number of attractive primary and secondary schools, including Alleyn's, JAGS, a brand new charter school opening in September 2018, Goodrich, Heber and Dulwich College. Chesterfield Grove is just off Lordship Lane, meaning there are a host of pubs, restaurants, cafe's, fresh produce stores, a gym and a cinema on offer. Transport links are also very convenient. East Dulwich train station is a short walk away, stopping at London Bridge and Victoria via Peckham Rye (1 stop). For added bonus Lordship Lane offers a frequent bus service.
A characterful house on a fantastic road ideal for a family.