In excess of 2000 square feet, this imposing and wider-than average Victorian house with sunny south-facing garden has been fastidiously renovated and stylishly extended into the large loft and side return to create a first-class family home in a prime location Between the Commons, very close to Clapham South tube.
Meticulously designed and refurbished, this wide terraced property has high-quality extensions to loft and side, double glazing throughout, extensive Cat6 cabling and contemporary finishes and underfloor heating to the kitchen and all bathrooms all of which, together with the house’s original and restored features, makes this a beautiful “turn-key” home in a highly desirable location.
You enter into the hall which retains an excellent original mosaic-tessellated floor, ceiling corbels and stained glass to the front door. Thanks to the property’s southerly rear aspect, folding glass doors and a glass rooved extension new skylight, the extended kitchen is filled with wonderful natural light. It is fitted with sleek modern units and worktops, an island unit and good quality integrated appliances. In addition, there is a lovely bare-brick feature wall. The kitchen also opens into an elegant and wide double reception room which features a superb parquet wooden floor, beautifully constructed cabinetry, a superb Victorian-style limestone fireplace and high ornate ceilings. There is also a handy cellar which houses a decent utility area with plumbing and power for washing machine and dryer and a huge water tank ensuring high pressure all round the house. The upper floors now provide an excellent layout for a growing family with five good double bedrooms, including an elegant master bedrooms with wood floors and built-in wardrobes and three contemporary bath/shower rooms, one of which is en suite to the top bedroom in the large converted loft and the other two are positioned on each rear landing.
The house is on the sunnier south side of Broxash Road which is prime territory; a quiet tree-lined road off exclusive Clapham Common West Side, less than half a mile from Clapham South tube station (Northern Line), which has frequent services to both the City and West End. The whole area provides an excellent choice of good schools and nurseries. Extensive shopping facilities, numerous restaurants and wine bars can be found on nearby Northcote Road or around Clapham South station.
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