Ulverscroft Road is a residential road set in the heart of East Dulwich. The Road is quaint and quiet, lined with Victorian terraced houses and young trees on either side, making it very picturesque.
The residents on the road are a mix of families and professional sharers, and there’s a lovely welcoming community.
Towards the southern part of the road is Whately Road, which leads onto the busy and well-known Lordship Lane. Lordship Lane is home to numerous popular restaurants shops and bars and is particularly vibrant in the evenings and weekends. Restaurants such as Platform 21, the French Cafe and Yama Moto are particularly popular and really do serve stand out dishes.
If you turn the other way off Ulverscroft onto Whately Road, away from Lordship Lane, you will be a short walk to the Great Exhibition, which is a popular gastro pub-cum-restaurant.
East Dulwich itself is an area which is evolving constantly, but it has also retained many of its traditional landmarks such as the Dulwich Library.
The schools in the area are a major reason for putting East Dulwich on the map. High achieving Heber Primary School is only a moments’ walk from Ulverscroft Road, making it an ideal location for families.
Peckham Rye Common can be found on the eastern part of the grid, and is a vast green open space ideal for a gentle stroll or a game a bowls on the bowling greens. There is also a viewing platform which has recently been added, where one can enjoy a spectacular view of Big Ben.
The Public Baths which opened in 1892 are just around the corner from Ulercroft Road, on Crystal Palace Road. It’s a fantastic venue which has recently undergone modernisation and is very popular centre for health and wellbeing.
All in all, the location of the Ulverscroft Road makes for an enjoyable living experience.
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