A beautiful example of what 21st century architecture can offer in the form of six stunning, contemporary town houses in a woodland setting. Built to an exemplary standard by the innovative housebuilder, Lightbox, each house spans five floors of expertly designed space with the latest in smart home technology.
Each house in this exclusive collection has living accommodation arranged over two floors incorporating dramatic double height living space. A fabulous master suite occupies the entire top floor, including a large walk-in wardrobe, spacious bathroom and balcony. There are parquet and polished concrete flooring, German kitchens, bespoke built-in storage, fireplaces, off-street parking, bicycle storage, clean air filtration systems, private gardens and communal woodland gardens.
Edward Milner Terrace is at no 1 Fountain Drive and within the Dulwich Estate. It is ideally located for Sydenham Hill station (with services to Victoria and Blackfriars) and Gipsy Hill station (with services to London Bridge) the popular independent Dulwich schools as well as the excellent state schools such as Kingswood Primary and Kingsdale Secondary.
Edward Milner, a former resident at 1 Fountain Drive, was one of the foremost British landscape gardeners of the 19th century and he designed and oversaw much of the landscape works of the relocation of the Crystal Palace from Hyde Park. He was principal of the local Crystal Palace School of Gardening and founded the landscape firm of Milner-White which continued until 1995, by which time it was the oldest garden design and landscape architecture practice in the British Isles.
4 Bathrooms (3 En-suite)