**Guide Price £1,500,000- £1,550,000** A unique and architecturally designed, end of terrace house, situated in a sought after gated Mews converted from an old Period Church hall. The property is one of only four houses in this boutique development. This Freehold home has a wonderful loft style design, boasting just under 2,300 square foot of superb space arranged over three floors.
On the ground floor you have three generous double bedrooms, two bathrooms (one En-Suite) and two private courtyard/ patio gardens. The stairs lead up to a magnificent open plan kitchen/reception room with original exposed timber beams and huge amounts of open space. There are impressive vaulted ceilings and a private roof terrace accessed via stylish floor to ceiling sliding doors which fill one end of the reception room. There is also a mezzanine level on the second floor, currently used as a TV room but flexible with its usage, with superb views over the enormous main entertaining room. This home is a rare find in the London market. The property comes with secure car parking.
All Saints Close is located between Stockwell and Vauxhall, close to the open spaces of Larkhall Park and on the fringes of the exciting Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station redevelopment area. The closest tube stations can be found at Stockwell (Victoria Line) which is a 7 minute walk away and Nine Elms (Northern Line) which is an 9 minute walk away. Local bus services, provide quick and easy access into the City, West End and Canary Wharf.
Some words from the owner:
What do you love most about my property?
Living in a converted church hall has an abundance of character, a unique feeling and look that is hard to find and provides a beautiful setting for family and entertainment. The high ceilings make you feel uplifted, and the sun comes across the property from one side to the other providing a light happy space to live and work. With the sun on the balcony until lunch time and on the decking until the sun sets, where you can have barbecues and drinks with friends. The second hang out area on the top floor is surrounded by wooden beams and ceiling which is warm and cosy, and a second great space to have as an office if you desire. This is a one-off residence, like no other I have seen in London.
Why are you moving?
I am moving because I have renovated a Georgian town house elsewhere, as a project to bring back a piece of London history. This was something I have wanted to do for years and we found the right property to do it on.
What do you love most about the area?
Stockwell is a vibrant mixture of long time residence and gentrification. There's a great buzz from people who live here to have a short commute to work, whether that's up the Victoria line to the west end or down the northern line to the city. It's an amazing location for travelling around town. Only 20 minutes door to door and you are on Oxford Street. You can walk to Borough Market or over to Sloane Square. It's an incredibly convenient central spot just south of Victoria with access out to Gatwick for trips away. Now we have the added super high spot of the Nine Elms development and Battersea Power Station development. Nine Elms is less than 10 minutes walk away with the new shops, Hyatt hotel and apartments opening. Battersea Power station is just over 20 minutes away with all the new shops, entertainment and apartments that this also offers. Our house is a great local vantage point for all these new and exciting areas of London that have now been developed, whilst still feeling like you are part of the London heritage of architecture and people. The old and new mixed together.