A wonderful, charming and spacious three bedroom house in a desirable location close to the open spaces of Battersea Park and Clapham Junction Railway Station.
Abercrombie Street is located in the heart of Battersea and has the benefit of being close to the open spaces of Battersea Park. The cafes, restaurants and shops of Battersea Square, Battersea High Street and Battersea Park Road are also close by. Transport is good with Battersea Park and Clapham Junction stations nearby with direct routes to either Victoria or Waterloo, and there are a variety of buses from Battersea Park Road going North of the river or to Vauxhall. Battersea is also fortunate enough to be able to offer a number of outstanding Ofsted schools, including Thomas's Battersea and l'Ecole de Battersea.
This recently refurbished three bedroom property benefits from a lovely garden to the rear of the property. The ground floor comprises a large double-reception room, with built-in storage and a wonderful period fireplace. To the rear of the property there is an open-plan kitchen/dining room, with built in appliances and double doors leading out on to the garden, perfect for al fresco dining. There are three bedrooms and a large contemporary family bathroom.
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