**Guide Price £900,000-£950,000** A stylish, high-specification split-level apartment situated within a desirable, private development with an allocated and secure, underground parking space. Set on the ground and lower ground floor, this property boasts over 1,550 square foot of living space, is extremely bright throughout due to its large windows and has impressive high ceilings and a huge living/entertaining area. Downstairs are two large double bedrooms (one with en-suite) with ample storage, a separate family bathroom, a utility room and home office space.
Southville is well placed for an array of local amenities with Clapham, Stockwell, Vauxhall and the new Battersea Power Station all nearby. The open spaces of Larkhall Park are on the doorstep (literally), and the nearby Nine Elms & Stockwell stations provide easy access to the Victoria and Northern Lines.
Some words from the owners:
What do you love most about your home/property?
What attracted us to the property initially was its size, particularly the enormous bedrooms and the oversized walk-in rain shower. The glass panelling, and the custom built glass and metal staircase look magnificent. Thanks to the architect's design, downstairs is flooded with natural light during the daytime, and having the bedrooms downstairs provides incredible peace and quiet. Being split level, and sharing an entrance with only one other property, makes it feel more like a house.
Why are you selling?
Having had twins, we would like to settle into a 3 bedroom, family home. Even though the space and storage is more than ample for 4 of us, eventually the children will want their own bedrooms.
What do you love about the area?
The property is a short walk from Battersea power station shopping mall, Clapham old town, and Vauxhall. Nine Elms and Stockwell tube stations are both within 0.5miles. Served by the Victoria and Northern lines, there is fast access to the West End or the City. Working in Green Park, I can be door to door in 15 minutes. Sainsbury's, M&S, and Waitrose are all within a 15minute walk.
The quiet and traditional local pub has provided a comforting sense of community in the street, rarely found in London. We will miss passing by and chatting to the life long locals & lovely owners and staff. The park on the doorstep is well maintained, the wildflower mound blooms in spring, and the community allotment grows an abundance of fruit & veg, and keen gardeners are always welcome!