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This is a unique street by street guide to residential property in East Dulwich, SE22 in London.

East Dulwich is located next to Dulwich Village, Camberwell, Peckham and Forest Hill. Property ranges from Georgian to Modern but is predominantly Victorian. Past residents include Boris Karloff
, CS Forester and Enid Blyton.

The best roads for sales and lettings are compiled below in five local area groupings with information on each road’s history and architecture:

1. Upper East Dulwich roads

Borders: Barry Road and Wood Vale 
Park: Peckham Rye Park
Railway station: East Dulwich 
Prime roads: Upland Road, Friern Road
Architecture: Late Victorian/Edwardian onwards
History: Developed from 1880s

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2. Peckham Rye Park roads

Borders: Forest Hill Road and .Homestall Road
Park: Peckham Rye Park
London Overground: Honor Oak 
Prime roads: Marmora Road and Therapia Road
Architecture: Late Victorian/Edwardian onwards
History: Roads named after Crimean War locations

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3. Dulwich Park roads

Borders: Court Lane and Lordship Lane. 
Park: Dulwich Park
Railway station: East Dulwich 
Prime roads: Court Lane and Dovercourt Road
Architecture: Late Victorian/Edwardian onwards
History: Developed from 1890s

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4. The Groves roads

Borders: East Dulwich Grove and Melbourne Grove. 
Park: Goose Green
Railway station:
Prime roads: Melbourne Grove, Matham Grove
Architecture: Victorian 
History: Developed from 1880s 

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5. Lower East Dulwich roads

Borders: East Dulwich Road and Barry Road.. 
Park: Goose Green
Railway station: East Dulwich 
Prime roads: Crystal Palace Road, East Dulwich Road
Architecture: Victorian (some Georgian)
History: Developed from 1860s 

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