East Dulwich is a beautiful neighbourhood in south east London that has recently been named one of the best places to live in the UK.

It was the only neighbourhood in south London to make the list, written by blogger Muddy Stilettos, naming the top 260 places to live in the UK.

Muddy Stilettos described the neighbourhood as “cool” but “not in a graffiti-scrawled, underground clubs and street food way, think more farmers markets, art galleries and notable restaurants.”

The area is very picturesque with beautiful streets, greenery and cute pubs.

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This photo shows the East Dulwich Tavern pub, one of the most popular pubs in East Dulwich.

It has been nicknamed by locals at EDT and it is known for being an authentic community pub with regulars at its heart.

Other photos show stunning streets with big houses that have huge bay windows and ornate doorsteps.

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Another photo shows the Dulwich Hamlet stadium, also known as Champion Hill, with the letters DHFC standing tall overlooking the grounds.

It is a football stadium home to Dulwich Hamlet football club.

Muddy Stilettos loves the variety of independent shops in East Dulwich, such as Forest London, Rye Books and Celestial.

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For things to do, Muddy Stilettos recommends people head to the Brockwell Lido where you can swim all year round in the grade II listed open air pool, with a café and an art deco style.

They also suggest heading to the Horniman Museum, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Picture House cinema and in May, the annual Dulwich Festival.

According to Muddy Stilettos, the average property price in the area is £786,042 with flats going for, on average £478,550 and semi detached houses priced on average at a whopping £1,363,200.

The best kept secret of East Dulwich, according to this blogger, is the fact that it is a “bougie” bit of London with “edgy street art”.