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Barkham Terrace, Kennington, SE1

5 bedroom house

£2,895,000 Freehold

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Winkworth are proud to present a simply stunning, stucco fronted early Victorian house, within walking distance from Waterloo. The house sits in a private road directly opposite the Imperial War Museum. This house is the biggest house (2800 sq. ft), on the road due to the double basement. It has also been completely refurbished in the last few years to an extremely high standard. EPC Rating C.

You will be hard pushed to find a larger house than this one within walking distance of Waterloo, let alone a house that is finished to such a high specification with private parking and wonderful views of the Imperial War Museum.

The house is arranged over five floors thanks to the sub-basement level, which was created a few years ago. Over half the house is living space, whilst still having five bedrooms and thus offers flexibility to any purchaser. It has underfloor heating throughout, as well as Sonos and Lutron lighting.

Enter the house on the raised ground floor, where you will find a reception room to the front, complete with wooden floors and a charming aspect onto the private road and Imperial War Museum beyond. Also, on this floor are two of the five bedrooms, one of which could also be used as a study. The bathroom for these bedrooms is located on the half landing in the rear extension. This tiled bathroom has a bath, separate shower and views overlooking the garden and the green space from Morley College to the rear; you wouldn’t realise you were in zone 1 from the view.

Moving up to the first floor you will find the large kitchen/reception room. Immediately you can see why the kitchen is on this floor, the view is amazing. At the front of the room, which occupies the entire first floor, there is enough space for a large dining room table. The kitchen is to the rear and although open plan, it does feel slightly separate due to the large worktop that sits between the two spaces. The kitchen is a modern, fully fitted bespoke kitchen with granite worktops and plenty of storage space. There is a useful mixer tap with the option of cold filtered water and boiling water. There are two integrated ovens (one with a steam function), an induction hob, coffee machine and two wine fridges, all of which are Gaggenau and Miele. Lastly there is a Scholtes Multiplo cooking vessel located next to the hob.

The top floor is home to the master bedroom, dressing area and en-suite. The large bedroom is dual aspect with vaulted ceilings, which provides a wonderful sense of space. The en-suite is separated from the bedroom by Magic Glass, which can be operated by a remote control. The en-suite itself has a large double shower, two sinks and a separate bath positioned by a window at the front of the building.

The lower ground floor has two large double rooms both with built-in wardrobes and en-suites with showers. The room to the front of the house can be accessed via another door to the street, which means it is perfect for a nanny. You can also access the garden from this level.

The garden is a beautiful and peaceful space, with tiled stone flooring and a built-in seating area around a fire pit.

The basement level is a truly fantastic space, one in which you can relax and escape from it all. To the front is a cinema room with a large wall mounted screen. This space is pitch black once you close the door; Sunday movie night will never be the same again. Also, on this level is an additional large family room, which could be used for whatever suits your needs. To the rear you will another shower room together with a spacious utility room. There is also access to a patio, which has stairs up to the main garden.

Directions
Lambeth North Underground Station (Bakerloo Line) is only 290 metres/0.18 miles away. Waterloo Mainline Station (National Rail, Waterloo & City, Northern, Jubilee & Bakerloo Line) is 820 metres/0.51 miles away.

Location
Barkham Terrace is a private road just off Lambeth Road opposite the Imperial War Museum. It sits in a conservation area and is within the congestion zone.

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Winkworth are proud to present a simply stunning, stucco fronted early Victorian house, within walking distance from Waterloo. The house sits in a private road directly opposite the Imperial War Museum. This house is the biggest house (2800 sq. ft), on the road due to the double basement. It has also been completely refurbished in the last few years to an extremely high standard. EPC Rating C.

You will be hard pushed to find a larger house than this one within walking distance of Waterloo, let alone a house that is finished to such a high specification with private parking and wonderful views of the Imperial War Museum.

The house is arranged over five floors thanks to the sub-basement level, which was created a few years ago. Over half the house is living space, whilst still having five bedrooms and thus offers flexibility to any purchaser. It has underfloor heating throughout, as well as Sonos and Lutron lighting.

Enter the house on the raised ground floor, where you will find a reception room to the front, complete with wooden floors and a charming aspect onto the private road and Imperial War Museum beyond. Also, on this floor are two of the five bedrooms, one of which could also be used as a study. The bathroom for these bedrooms is located on the half landing in the rear extension. This tiled bathroom has a bath, separate shower and views overlooking the garden and the green space from Morley College to the rear; you wouldn’t realise you were in zone 1 from the view.

Moving up to the first floor you will find the large kitchen/reception room. Immediately you can see why the kitchen is on this floor, the view is amazing. At the front of the room, which occupies the entire first floor, there is enough space for a large dining room table. The kitchen is to the rear and although open plan, it does feel slightly separate due to the large worktop that sits between the two spaces. The kitchen is a modern, fully fitted bespoke kitchen with granite worktops and plenty of storage space. There is a useful mixer tap with the option of cold filtered water and boiling water. There are two integrated ovens (one with a steam function), an induction hob, coffee machine and two wine fridges, all of which are Gaggenau and Miele. Lastly there is a Scholtes Multiplo cooking vessel located next to the hob.

The top floor is home to the master bedroom, dressing area and en-suite. The large bedroom is dual aspect with vaulted ceilings, which provides a wonderful sense of space. The en-suite is separated from the bedroom by Magic Glass, which can be operated by a remote control. The en-suite itself has a large double shower, two sinks and a separate bath positioned by a window at the front of the building.

The lower ground floor has two large double rooms both with built-in wardrobes and en-suites with showers. The room to the front of the house can be accessed via another door to the street, which means it is perfect for a nanny. You can also access the garden from this level.

The garden is a beautiful and peaceful space, with tiled stone flooring and a built-in seating area around a fire pit.

The basement level is a truly fantastic space, one in which you can relax and escape from it all. To the front is a cinema room with a large wall mounted screen. This space is pitch black once you close the door; Sunday movie night will never be the same again. Also, on this level is an additional large family room, which could be used for whatever suits your needs. To the rear you will another shower room together with a spacious utility room. There is also access to a patio, which has stairs up to the main garden.

Directions
Lambeth North Underground Station (Bakerloo Line) is only 290 metres/0.18 miles away. Waterloo Mainline Station (National Rail, Waterloo & City, Northern, Jubilee & Bakerloo Line) is 820 metres/0.51 miles away.

Location
Barkham Terrace is a private road just off Lambeth Road opposite the Imperial War Museum. It sits in a conservation area and is within the congestion zone.

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