The leasehold and/or freehold properties on this estate belong to Hanover leaseholders and/or freeholders. These come up for sale as and when the owners wish to sell. To check resales availability on this estate, please contact your local estate agent or search on property websites, such as Rightmove and Zoopla.
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.
The on-site manager looks after the buildings and gardens maintenance and repair, and assists with access to any further help and support. Along the road from the development is a high street with shops and supermarket.
Dulwich is an area of South London. There are a good range of shops including restaurants, hairdressers, bookshop and a pharmacy. Dulwich Books is consistently voted one of London’s best independent bookstores
Among the area's features is the Dulwich Picture Gallery, one of London’s major galleries offering a range of exhibitions. The annual Dulwich Festival and "Arts Alive" Festival are also run here.
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.