Located in the South Eastern side of London, Dulwich is one of the most popular places to live. With its local and independent shops, green spaces and village vibes, Dulwich is remarkably only a few miles from central London, and is easily reachable by both National Rail or London Overground.
- Suburban, rural feel
- Independent shops and restaurants
- Green spaces
- Outstanding state schools and top independent schools
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Set in the borough of Southwark, Dulwich is split into three distinct neighbourhoods.
At the heart you will find Dulwich Village, the oldest and most picturesque part of Dulwich. With its independent shops and leafy roads, its beautiful park and some of London’s top independent schools, and the Horniman Museum around the corner, Dulwich Village is a particularly sought after area among families.
Then, situated in between the Village and Peckham, you will find East Dulwich, which has the hustle and bustle of gastropubs, stylish restaurants and organic food stores, the famous Dulwich Picture Gallery and many independent retail stores on Lordship Lane. East Dulwich also offers access to outstanding state schools and academies. East Dulwich has a faster pace due to the extensive amenities offered.
Finally, between the west side of the Village and West Norwood, West Dulwich balances the rural feel of the Village and the trendiness of its neighbouring areas. It is a much quieter, family oriented suburban area, with convenient and practical local stores at easy reach.