This prime street comprises varying Victorian architectural styles and this unmodernised example is a natural 3 bedder with a twist! Built wider than the average, its inverted “London” roof enables front and rear mansard extensions (that’s a bigger loft conversion in lay terms!). Extend the kitchen and the already large basement, subject to consents as always, and you’ll create a fabulous 5/6 bed family home within striking distance of Wandsworth Common, just off Northcote Road’s star attractions, close to Belleville School and a quarter mile from Clapham Junction.
Built c. 1878, this two-storey Victorian house is wider than the average for this area. Almost all the rooms benefit from the extra width and are well proportioned although the whole property is in need of gutting and starting from scratch. Whilst being completely unmodernised it does offer superb potential for expansion. Its inverted roof enables planning for a loft extension that, unusually, can be square at front and back (a Double Mansard) giving much better head height throughout the new top floor. Also there is the usual scope for side and rear extension at ground floor level. Running beneath the whole front of the property is a full size (albeit shallow) basement running, which will surely tempt any basement enthusiasts. All extensions would be subject to planning consents. The house has a 27’ garden that faces North West and consequently receives very good afternoon and early evening summer sun.
The house is situated on the part of Mallinson Road between Wandsworth Common and Northcote Road in the area known as “Between the Commons”. The area is an extremely popular spot for families and is renowned for its numerous highly regarded schools, a superb array of specialist shops (including many children-oriented boutiques) and a diverse range of bars, restaurants and cafes. Northcote Road, at its centre, has a thriving and fashionable weekend street market. Even the most demanding of commuters will find Mallinson Road almost certainly falls within the small circle they’ve drawn around Clapham Junction station on their search map – it’s approx. A quarter of a mile away and provides frequent access to Victoria and Waterloo as well as numerous bus routes and high-street conveniences.
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