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Converted stable asks for £1.25m in London’s East Dulwich

Painted brickwork and ceiling rafters are a testament to the former life of this converted stable in leafy East Dulwich, which belonged to the local milkman and horse and wagon.

The 1,400 sq ft home sits on Darrell Road and uses several tricks to drench its interiors in light, including glass brick partitions between the dining room and front entrance.

Converted stable asks for £1.25m in London’s East Dulwich
Photography: The Spaces

Exposed ceiling joists exaggerate the height of the ground floor rooms, while timber-framed glass doors open onto a little courtyard off the living room at one end, and the garden at the other.

Listed via The Modern House for £1.25m, the two-bedroom London property has a mix of painted and raw brickwork exposed throughout. The master bedroom suite is tucked beneath the roof, overlooking the garden, while a mezzanine is capped by skylights that pool light into the living room below.

Converted stable asks for £1.25m in London’s East Dulwich
Photography: The Spaces
Converted stable asks for £1.25m in London’s East Dulwich
Photography: The Spaces
Converted stable asks for £1.25m in London’s East Dulwich
Photography: The Spaces
Converted stable asks for £1.25m in London’s East Dulwich
Photography: The Modern House

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