Renting guide: Dulwich Village

The rental market in Dulwich Village is dominated by families looking for houses to rent near good schools.


£3,500 per month: a five-bedroom house in Hambledon Place with landscaped gardens and a bathroom with a sauna

Like the house sales market, the rental market is dominated by families looking for houses to rent near the schools. Most landlords are accidental with families posted abroad hanging on to their homes while they are away. Harvey & Wheeler (020 8693 4321) is renting a four-bedroom house in Turney Road for £3,300 a month; Hamptons (020 7717 5297) has a five-bedroom house in Hambledon Place, the Barratt estate where Margaret Thatcher bought a house, for £4,750 a month.  Flats in the Village are not common but Pedder (020 8299 0922) has a two-bedroom flat above a shop for £1,550 a month.

Average prices: renting a house or flat in Dulwich Village
One-bedroom flat: £1,118 a month
Two-bedroom flat: £1,404 a month
Two-bedroom house: £1,600 a month
Three-bedroom house: £2,410 a month
Four-bedroom house: £2,698 a month
Five-bedroom house: £3,917 a month

More on Dulwich Village:

  • Property area guide on Dulwich Village with average property prices, current houses and flats for sale, best streets, up-and-coming areas and commuting times.
  • Local schools: Dulwich Village has three top private schools as well as outstanding state schools.

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