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This is a unique street by street guide to the residential property areas in Dulwich, SE1 in the London  Borough of Southwark. Dulwich Village is located next to East Dulwich, Herne Hill and Norwood. Property  ranges from early Georgian to C21 Modern. Past residents include Lord Byron and PG Wodehouse. The best roads for sales and lettings are compiled below in three local area groupings with information on each road’s history and architecture:

  1. Dulwich Village roads

Its borders are Dulwich Common, Court Lane, Village Way and Croxted Road. 
Park: Dulwich Park. 
Railway station: North Dulwich. 
Prime roads: Dulwich Village and Turney Road
Architecture: Georgian through to some recent Modern housing.
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  2. Dulwich Woods roads

Basically South Dulwich. Its borders are Alleyn Park, Dulwich Common, College Road and Kingswood Drive. 
Open space: Dulwich Woods. 
Railway station: Sydenham Hill. 
Prime roads are College Road and Dulwich Common.
Architecture: mostly 1960’s Modern housing.
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  3. West Dulwich roads

Its borders are Alleyn Park, Croxted Road, Rosendale Road and Thurlow Park Road (South Circular).
Park: Belair Park. 
Railway station: West Dulwich. 
Prime roads are Alleyn Park and South Croxted Road 
Architecture: mostly Victorian and pre-war with recent Modern housing
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Schools: Dulwich College, Alleyn’s and James Allens Girls






 


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