The bright ground floor features a generous double reception room, a working fireplace, wood flooring throughout, and a large bay window to the front. Down some steps to the rear of the house is a large kitchen/breakfast room which features a separate kitchen area and space for a sizeable dining table. Finished to a high standard this kitchen boasts a wide range of shaker-style wall and base units and various integrated appliances including a range cooker, dishwasher, washing machine and an American fridge/freezer. French doors open onto the private south facing patio garden which is perfect for both family life and entertainment.
To the front of the house on the first floor is the large principal bedroom which features plantation shutters and an abundance of storage within the extensive built-in wardrobes. Adjacent is a beautiful family bathroom with a bath, separate shower, double sinks and yet more useful storage. To the rear is the third bedroom, which would make an ideal home office with double doors leading out onto a lovely terrace overlooking the garden. Also accessed from the first-floor landing is another shower room with shower, sink and WC. On the next half landing is a smaller double bedroom also with views over the gardens to the rear of the house. On the top floor is a very generous double bedroom with light coming from both the front and rear of the house. This floor also features an en suite bathroom and exceptional storage within the eaves.
The house is located on a pretty tree lined street in the highly sought- after Diamond Conservation Area with the shops, cafés and restaurants of Queenstown road and Lavender Hill on your doorstep. The green open spaces of Clapham Common and Battersea Park are just a short walk away.
The architecturally renowned Battersea Power Station development is very nearby with its excellent array of restaurants, bars, restaurants, shops, entertainment and leisure venues.
Transport links are excellent with frequent trains running to Waterloo from Queenstown Road station and Victoria from Battersea Park station. There are also frequent buses running over the river into central London in one direction and into Clapham in the other.