The latest news on homes and interiors in Greenwich, Dulwich and Blackheath

Lakeside luxury
Alamaro Lodge, Renaissance Walk SE10, is a fantastic, rare-to-market three-bedroom property on Greenwich Peninsula is set over two floors, fully maximising it lakeside setting with a mezzanine reception and double-height floor-to-ceiling windows. The lake forms part of the Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park, meaning there’s plenty of greenery and tranquillity to the front of the property, while to the rear you have all the benefits of the burgeoning Greenwich Millennium Village. From the ground floor hallway are two bedrooms, a family bathroom and an expansive, fully fitted kitchen and dining room that leads out onto the lakeside terrace. Upstairs is the main reception room and the master bedroom suite complete with walk-in dressing area and state-of-the-art en suite bathroom. On the market with JLL for £825,000 on 020 8712 6596. See jll.co.uk/residential

A Vintage Affair
The offices of Comber & Co are transformed into a vintage emporium twice a month with Denise Comber’s pop-up shop, A Vintage Affair. On alternate Sundays, family-run estate agency is occupied with mid-century, Danish-influenced teak furniture and accessories, vintage fabrics and soft furnishings, as well as Art Deco and pretty country pieces. Denise seeks out quirky, nostalgic and beautiful decorative pieces, restoring them back to their original beauty or upcycling them for an individual finish. 2 Montpelier Vale, Blackheath SE3 OTA. See facebook.com/avintageaffairblackheath

A Vintage Affair at Comber & Co, Blackheath

A Vintage Affair at Comber & Co, Blackheath

Village life
City AM explored the reasons for Dulwich Village’s recent jump in house prices in a recent article. ‘There are some very large five, six and seven bedroom houses in Dulwich,’ said Anthony Shoring of Kinleigh Folkard & Hayward, Dulwich, in the article. ‘This makes Dulwich Village hugely popular with families. Property prices reflect this. They have increased by 29% in the past 12 months alone.’ With new development all but non-existent and Dulwich home owners reluctant to move out of the area, the article reports, there’s always a queue of bidders when the large, beautiful period houses come onto the market. The average property prices were reported in July 2015 as £1.6m for a detached home, £1.058m for a semi, £719,458 for a terraced house and £374,475 for flats.

Dulwich Village

Dulwich Village

Points mean prizes
The new and exclusive Chestertons Avios offer means London vendors and landlords can now earn rewards when selling property or finding new tenants. Collect one Avios for every £1 commission you pay Chestersons for sales, lettings or management services – the seller of a £1 million home can collect 20,000 Avios, which is enough for a return flight with British Airways to Marrakech. See chestertons.com


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