Everything you need to know about moving to Dulwich, south London | Bricks & Mortar

A pocket neighbourhood nestled between the effortlessly modish Herne Hill, the edge of Peckham, Brixton and suburban Crystal Palace. Regarded by locals as a “leafy haven with village-like vibes”, Dulwich is (rightfully) having a bit of a moment.

What is it about SE19?
The area, managed by the Dulwich Estate charity, has been split into three distinct regions. East Dulwich is centred around Lordship Lane, which is peppered with independent shops, hipster watering holes and street art. Then there’s historic West Dulwich, which, after being hit in the Second World War, was restored into what is now an affluent neighbourhood, and home to the £22,971 a year (day pupils) Dulwich College for boys. The grade I listed All Saints church, HQ to the Lambeth


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