Two bathrooms, a shower room and three separate cloakrooms
Double reception room
Bespoke open plan kitchen/dining room
Finished to a high standard
Refurbished by award winning architect Carl Turner
Interior by award winning designer Designed to Live in
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This phenomenal six-bedroom Victorian house has been more or less entirely rebuilt and designed by award winning architect Carl Turner and interior design company Designed to Live in. Carl Turner has gained a reputation for creating striking contemporary homes with a difference. Not only is the styling completely bespoke, the interior layout has been created to make the most of the internal space, which measures approximately 2,964 sq ft.
There is a double reception room towards the front of the building on the ground floor which benefits from exceptional Victorian proportions, measuring approximately 37 ft in length. The room boasts twin feature fireplaces, large bay window and intricate ceiling mouldings. Wooden floors have been laid throughout and the rear part of the reception room leads into an immaculate kitchen dining room. The kitchen itself is bespoke and has been beautifully finished with white gloss wall and base units, high quality integrated appliances and corian worktops. A skylight has also been put in, making the room feel incredibly light. There is plenty of space for a dining table and sliding glass doors open out onto a wonderful south-west facing garden with a casual seating area and easygrass lawn.
A useful study, cleverly positioned off the kitchen and a downstairs cloakroom can also be found on this level.
The first-floor accommodation comprises of four bedrooms (three large doubles and a single/dressing room), all of which have fitted cupboards. There is also a stunning contemporary bathroom, with separate bath and shower, and two cloakrooms. Arranged over the upper level is a spacious double bedroom with a superb fully fitted walk through dressing room and a luxurious en suite. A sitting area is also situated on the upper level, which could easily be converted into an additional bedroom or play room.
Further storage can be found in the eaves and in the cellar, that runs beneath the entrance hall.
Alderbrook Road is located between the junctions of Balham Hill and Nightingale Lane, in a popular area known locally as 'The Nightingale Triangle'. The open spaces of Clapham Common are a short walk away and the amenities of Northcote Road and Bellevue Road are also within an easy walking distance. Transport can be found at Clapham South tube, which is approximately a five-minute walk away and there are fantastic schools nearby, subject to catchment and entrance each year.
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