A period freehold house that was converted under prior ownership from a coach house. The majority of space on the ground floor is an open-plan kitchen/living/dining room, with direct access to the private rear garden. This space has modern double-glazed sash windows on multiple walls, so it offers a variety of aspects and is unusually bright. Wooden flooring has been instated and the house has been recently decorated, so the ground floor is a superb daytime or evening entertaining environment.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms, one with fitted storage and an original fireplace, as well as a generously-sized shower room with two large sash windows. As you head up to the second floor there is a large storage cupboard leading to the dual aspect master bedroom, plus a further bathroom with a shower over the bath. There are various places within the house in which one might place a desk for homeworking.
This location is vibrant and well-connected. The house is within easy walk of Stockwell, Clapham North and Brixton Underground stations for access to the Victoria and Northern Lines, as well as overground stations at Clapham High Street and Brixton. This is a huge choice of bars, restaurants, gyms, cafés, delis and other amenities in the direct vicinity. The entertainment choices along Clapham High Street are widely recognised, and just beyond is the huge open green space of Clapham Common. Brixton and Stockwell each offer further choices of their own, with department stores, cinemas and members clubs available.
This is a fantastic home in an exciting part of London.