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Bellenden Road

Chadwick Road 

Choumert Road 

Its borders are Peckham Road, Rye Lane, East Dulwich Road and Bellenden Road. Peckham and Camberwell were separated before the coming of the railway by green fields (see 1862 map) Many of the later roads off Peckham Road were named after lawyers.
Transport: Bus: 12. 63, 78, 343. P13 
Rail: Peckham Rye (London Overground from 2012)

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Victorian terraces. Originally Victoria Road. and renamed Bellenden Road in 1873. East Dulwich end is very quiet. It has its own residents association. Local amenities: Bellenden Road shops and bars

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Mostly terraced Victorian houses. Named after William Chadwick in 1877. Tree-lined road.
Local amenities: Bellenden Road shops and bars

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West of Bellenden Road standard Victorian terraces. East of Bellenden earlier individual house styles and builders Named after George Choumert (died 1831) a local landowner of French extraction. East end previously Montpelier Road (to 1865), then Choumert Place. Local amenities: Bellenden Road shops and bars
       

Choumert Square 

Denman Road

Holly Grove 

Lyndhurst Grove

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Small Victorian houses that were infilled in a garden of a Rye Lane house in the c 1870s. This car-free cul-de-sac off Choumert Grove contains London’s smallest square. Local amenities: Bellenden Road shops and bars
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Developed by the British Land Company between 1857 and 1862 and named in 1858 after Lord Denman, a lawyer. Quiet road with early Victorian terraces off Peckham Road. Local amenities: Camberwell Church Street shops and bars

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Built 1815-1822. Originally George Street then South Grove. Railway built on back of houses in 1863. South Grove Shrubbery preserved in 1897 as a park. Quiet road with Regency villas etc just off Rye Lane. Local amenities: Bellenden Road Shops and bars

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Named in 1877 after Lord Lyndhurst, a lawyer. Busy road linking Peckham with Camberwell. Local amenities: Camberwell Church Street shops and bars

       

Lyndhurst Square 

Lyndhurst Way 

Oglander Road

Talfourd Road 

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Named in 1843 after Lord Lyndhurst, a lawyer. Early Victorian large detached houses with small green square situated off Lyndhurst Way. One side now social housing.Local amenities: Camberwell Church Street shops and bars
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Named Lyndhurst Road after Lord Lyndhurst, a lawyer. Houses were added in the 1840s and W Stubbs built there in 1878-9. Renamed Lyndhurst Way in 1938. Very attractive but can be busy with traffic. Local amenities: Bellenden Road shops and bars

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Named in 1877 after Sir Thomas Oglander (1585-1655) who married into a Peckham fanily. Peaceful road of late Victorian terrces etc linking running fom Maxted Road to Grove Vale, East Dulwich. Local amenities: Grove Vale shops and bars

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Developed by the British Land Company between 1857 & 1862. Named after Justice Talfourd. Quiet road consisting of mid Victorian terraces near the South London Gallery thus popular with artists. Local amenities: Camberwell Church Street shops and bars

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