Dulwich Mead has a range of properties on offer from one to three bedrooms. There is a guest room for visiting friends and family. A shared lounge is available for residents to use for activities such as wine evenings.
Your on-site manager is your point of contact, overseeing the properties and estate services, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it. Along the road from the development is a high street of shops including supermarket.
Dulwich is an area of South London. Dulwich Village has a good range of shops including a deli, restaurants, hairdressers, bookshop, pharmacy and cafes. Dulwich Books is consistently voted one of London’s best independent bookstores and has been running for over 30 years.
Dulwich Festival annually runs a series of events including music, theatre, film, dance, workshops, walks, talks, a picnic and gala evenings. Dulwich Picture gallery is one of London’s major galleries offering a range of exhibitions and classes.
Things to do
The Dorking Halls is a cinema, theatre, leisure centre, library and swimming pool complex. There is also an "Arts Alive" Festival which takes place annually during the last two weeks of October. Each year in April, the town plays host to the Leith Hill Music Festival for local choral societies.
Dulwich sits astride the A205, South Circular. West Dulwich, East Dulwich and Herne Hill stations provide services to London Blackfriars. Local buses run to the surrounding areas of Streatham, Norwood, Clapham Junction, Brixton and Beckenham. This development lies just off the A2214
Distance to GP: 0.28 miles
Distance to shop: 0.05 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.02 miles
Distance to Post Office: 0.24 miles