Residential - For sale - The Station - London
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- Station House - Duplex apartments over lower ground and ground or First and second floors
- Station Yard - 3 story living set across lower ground, ground, first and second floors
Four design-led apartments within a double fronted Victorian villa on one of East Dulwich’s most desirable residential streets. The Station is noted as one of the earliest buildings in East Dulwich: a history that requires respect. And so by combining the best of modern-day and digital-age design, partly within the restored traditional façade, the story continues in the present day through the creation of nine outstanding homes.
Set over four storeys with lofts and basements, the houses at Station Yard are built to mimic the surrounding Victorian terraces of East Dulwich whilst retaining their own individual character. Architectural embellishments include front porches, window boxes and timber rainscreens, creating a welcoming façade with clean and fluid lines.
Ranked among the best places to live in Britain by The Sunday Times in March 2014, (and one of only five areas in London to make the top 100) East Dulwich enjoys a reputation as one of the city’s most coveted neighbourhoods.
Across the road, discover the North Cross Road Saturday morning market, with its antique, vintage and street food stalls, lined by the street’s eclectic stores, trikingly reminiscent of Notting Hill. A short walk away you’ll find the artisan delis and producers of Lordship Lane, where buying local remains a serious mantra.
Consequently Lordship Lane is regarded as one of the best independent shopping streets in London.
Wild walks can be taken on Peckham Rye Common and, further afield, Dulwich and Sydenham Hill Woods, add to the list an annual festival and you have just a few of the things which, combined, give the neighbourhood its distinct community
spirit, noted by visitors and residents alike.
Bordered by Herne Hill to the west, Dulwich Village to the south and the green expanse of Peckham Rye Common and Park to the east, and with overland trains to London Bridge from East Dulwich rail station, residents can lead the best of a London life from one of its most coveted residential pockets.
|Unit / Floor||Size SQFT||Description|
|Unit 1||864.0||2 Bedroom Apartment - Station House - £645,000|
|Unit 2||1036.0||3 Bedroom Apartment - Station House - £695,000|
|Unit 3||764.0||1 Bedroom Apartment - Station House - £535,000|
|Unit 4||682.0||1 Bedroom Apartment - Station House - £545,000|
|Unit 1||2111.0||4 Bedroom House - Station Yard - £1,350,000|
|Unit 2||1917.0||4 Bedroom House - Station Yard|
|Unit 3||2163.0||4 Bedroom House - Station Yard|
|Unit 4||2194.0||4 Bedroom House - Station Yard|
|Unit 5||2142.0||4 Bedroom House - Station Yard|
Rated as having “very good” public transport accessibility, the locale enjoys convenient and regular bus services within a four-minute walk of the development, with direct connections to Victoria (37 minutes), London Bridge, Aldgate, Trafalgar Square and Tottenham Court Road.
The line from London Bridge to East Dulwich offers spectacular panoramas of the city’s ever changing skyline including The Shard and the Square Mile. There’s a lot to be said for a carriage with a view on an everyday commute.