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A wonderfully evocative, detached, period property dating to the 19th century, which was reputedly built as a hunting lodge for the Rt Hon John Thomas, Baron Manners. Discreetly positioned behind wisteria covered walls, the house is fully enclosed and has a marvellous array of period features such as impressive high ceilings, some with ornate plaster detailing with complementary coving, period fireplaces and a variety of windows including multi pane sash and a magnificent leaded light window with stained glass inserts. Spacious reception rooms are gracious with polished wooden floors and some decorative timbers. The part walled garden has a west-facing aspect and is landscaped with level lawns, decked terracing and a selection of colourful herbaceous plants and shrubs. There is also a separate garage to the rear.
Hillside Road is located on the borders of Streatham Hill and Tulse Hill with access to the local amenities along Norwood Road, including a gym and library. It is ideally placed for access to all the excellent Dulwich Schools as well as nearby Streatham Hill Primary School. Tulse Hill station (to London Bridge) is only half a mile away and Streatham Hill (to Victoria) is 0.8 miles away.
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