- Three double bedrooms
- Double reception room
- Kitchen/dining room
- Downstairs WC
- Side access
- Front and rear gardens
A Victorian three bedroom family house for sale with front and rear gardens, on this residential road between Herne Hill and Tulse Hill, and within walking distance of Brockwell Park. The house retains many original and period features and offers a new owner the opportunity to modernise and extend the property, subject to the usual planning consents.
On the ground floor there is a reception room, currently used as a bedroom, with a period fireplace and a bay window looking to the front of the property. This reception room has double doors opening into an adjoining reception room which has french doors to the side passage and the rear garden. There is a kitchen/dining room which continues into a conservatory area and then the garden. The garden is paved and has a shed, a small pond and access to the front via a covered side passage. The railway line runs along the back of the property.
The first floor has three double bedrooms, two of which have period fireplaces. The principal bedroom has an adjoining dressing area with plenty of space for storage. There is a family bathroom and a separate WC. There is a storage cupboard in the hallway along with a door leading to the loft which extends back almost the full depth of the house. This space could be incorporated into further living accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents.
The nearest railway station is Tulse Hill which has direct trains to Blackfriars, Farringdon and London Bridge. There are also regular trains to Victoria from Herne Hill station. The shops and amenities of Tulse Hill and Herne Hill are within walking distance and nearby Norwood Road has very good bus routes.
London Borough of Lambeth, Band E
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