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Property Status : Sold

Herne Hill, London, SE24 9JD
Guide Price : £650,000
Delawyk Crescent, Herne Hill
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Features :
  • Dulwich side of Herne Hill
  • 3 bedroom House
  • 'Delawyk Crescent'
  • Borders of Dulwich Village
  • Living Room and modern kitchen
  • Downstairs cloakroom
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Small private garden
  • Large communal gardens Herne Hill railway station 0.4 Mile
Details :
Bedrooms : 3  |  Receptions : 2  |  Bathrooms : 1

Dulwich side of Herne Hill. For sale is a 3 bedroom House in the popular 'Delawyk Crescent'. Which is a small development set just off Half Moon Lane in Herne Hill on the borders of Dulwich Village. An immaculate house with Living Room and modern kitchen, This house also has a benefit of a downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside there is a small private garden. The development also has large communal gardens There are plenty of restaurants, bars and shopping amenities in central Herne Hill. Herne Hill railway station (London Victoria/Blackfriars) is 0.4 Mile and the delights of Brockwell Park is opposite the station. The area is full of excellent schools. Cash buyers only.
Entrance Hall

Kitchen

Downstairs cloakroom

Living room

Kitchen 12'10 x 7'

Stairs to the first floor landing

Bedroom one 13' x 9'2

Bedroom two 13'10 x 9'3

Bedroom three 10'8 x 16'5

Bathroom 7'7 x 6'4

Outside to the rear 14'11 x 6'4

Communal gardens

Distances Distances are taken from googlemaps.co.uk
They are approxiate and are to be used as a rough guide only.
Herne Hill railway station (London Victoria/Blackfriars) is 0.4 Mile
North Dulwich Station 0.3 Mile
Dulwich Park 0.8 Mile
Dulwich Village 0.5 Mile
Brockwell Park 0.4 Mile
Westminster 4.0 Miile (on foot)
Walkscore.com 77/100 'Very Walkable'

About Delawyk Crescent Delawyk Crescent estate is a 115-dwelling estate in Herne Hill, towards the southern end of the inner-London borough of Southwark. Delawyk Crescent is laid out as a 'Radburn Estate', a design layout in which vehicles and pedestrians are largely separated. It consists of early 1960s and early 1970s houses and bungalows, 107 of which comprise Delawyk Crescent and the remainder are the 8 even-numbered houses, it also includes a non-adopted road, communal gardens, parking spaces and rented garages
Of the 115 houses in Delawyk Crescent, a majority are owned by long leaseholders, a long leasehold having been purchased from Southwark Council under the Right to Buy legislation. With limited exceptions, most leaseholders and tenants have Southwark Council as their immediate landlord, with Dulwich Estate as the freeholder of the whole estate.
Delawyk Residents Management Organisation Limited (DRMO) is an industrial and provident society registered with the Financial Services Authority under the Industrial and Provident Societies Act 1965 number IP29788R.

DRMO is run by a board composed of residents from the Delawyk Crescent estate for mutual benefit of all residents. All residents of the estate, regardless of tenure, are able to join for a nominal charge of 10p. DRMO is a non-profit making organisation with charitable status (although it is exempted from registration with the Charities Commission). Any surplus is retained by the organisation to provide better services and facilities to residents of the estate.
Source: delawyk.org

Delawyk Crescent Events Every year, we hold a number of social events subsidised from our social budget, including:

Spring Outing, a coach trip usually in April or May, which has in the past been to Windsor and Legoland, Broadstairs and other exciting places.
Jamboree, usually in early July held at the front of the estate with a bouncy castle, face-painting, a barbecue, tombola and lots more.
Pantomime, in December we have a coach trip to the panto (oh yes we do!).
Christmas Party, which also happens in December and we have a Christmas tree at the front of the Estate.
Source: delawyk.org