Accommodation comprises entrance hall with access to guest WC and stairs rising to the first floor, leading into the bright and spacious front aspect reception room with attractive bay window, feature fireplace and stripped wood flooring. To the rear of the property, the beautiful open plan kitchen/diner is flooded with natural light from skylight windows and bi-folding doors onto the private garden. The kitchen area itself comprises a sleek, high quality range of matching wall and base units with work surfaces and central island with breakfast bar area, incorporating inset sink unit, gas hob with overhead extractor, double wall mounted electric oven, and further space for appliances. A utility room provides additional work and appliance space.
To the first floor, there are two well proportioned bedrooms, with beautiful bay, feature fireplace and inbuilt wardrobe to the elegant master, plus a family bathroom with modern bath suite and tiled walls.
To the second floor, there is a further bedroom with rear aspect window, inbuilt storage, and access to an en-suite shower room. A useful study with skylight windows and inbuilt storage completes the generous accommodation.
The property is enviably located within easy access of Earlsfield, Southfields and Wimbledon Park stations, all offering excellent links into Central London. Numerous regular bus routes provide excellent links to the surrounding area, and Wimbledon itself is within a short distance for an array of fashionable shops, bars, restaurants and amenities. The area is also well served by excellent schools, and beautiful open spaces including Garratt Park and Wimbledon Park.
Viewings of this superb home are strongly recommended.
Comments from the owner:
What do you love most about your home?
The way that the period features combine with modern living. Our favorite room is the kitchen which opens out seamlessly onto the garden. We spend so much time as a family cooking, eating, playing and relaxing there all year round. It's also a great spot for entertaining with the afternoon and evening sun flowing through the leaves of the fig tree.
Why are you moving?
After over 10 years of living in Earlsfield, it is with a heavy heart that we look to leave this amazing area. However with our family growing, a desire to be closer to grandparents and other family means that we are ready to start the next chapter of our lives.
What do you love about the area?
I've never lived on a street like Ravensbury Road. Whilst there was a great community spirit beforehand, lockdown has seen it grow to the next level. Our street Whatsapp group has 130 members and sees people helping each other out. For example, just today someone posted that their son's school shoes hadn't turned up in time and within 10 minutes they had 3 people offering help! Our big annual event is the street party we have in June each year where traffic is banned and we let loose! Obviously being in the catchment area for Wimbledon Park Primary is incredible and we've been so impressed with the school during our son's time there. It truly deserves it's reputation as a great school.
There is so much green space around us that we're lucky to have. We have three big parks within 10 minutes walk including Wimbledon Park with all of it's facilities, beach volleyball anyone??
Finally Earlsfield itself. We've been here for over 10 years and seen incredible changes. Despite being so close and convenient for Central London, it retains a village feel and everything you want is on your doorstep. Highlights for us include restaurants like Well Kneaded Pizza, Roxie Steakhouse and Amarutha (London's no. 1 vegan restaurant). Our local butcher Dugard & Daughters is amazing and we also love DeRosier Chocolate Cafe!