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Gladstone Street, Kennington, SE1

3 bedroom house

£1,325,000 Freehold

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This beautifully presented, three-bedroom, double-fronted, early Victorian family home is situated on the ever-popular Gladstone Street, within the West Square conservation area. EPC Rating E

Enter the property at raised ground level into the spacious reception room. The staircase through the centre of the property creates a natural segregation of the two reception areas. The room is carpeted throughout and has been, like the rest of the house, renovated to an extremely high standard. There is ample space for two large sofas, coffee table and desk area if desired, there is storage in the form of shelving to the right of the restored fireplace.
The master bedroom with en-suite as well as the family bathroom are situated on the first floor. The master bedroom is a beautiful space with two large sash windows ensuring plenty of light, there are several carefully thought out fitted storage units, as well as space for a large double bed, bedside tables and further storage if desired. The en-suite is a well-presented marble tiled suite which comprises a walk-in shower, WC and vanity basin unit with storage above and below. The family bathroom follows a similar theme however has the additional benefit of a bath.
The second floor is home to a further two bedrooms, which would be ideal for children or spare rooms. There is an abundance of storage that has been created in both rooms. Both rooms are carpeted, the room on the left-hand side enjoys access to the terrace which in turn enjoys the views of Gladstone Street and into the South Bank.
Making your way back through the house to the lower ground level you will find the kitchen, dining room, the office and access to the rear courtyard. The first thing immediately noticeable is the fantastic ceiling height. The kitchen is on your left-hand side there is electric oven with induction hob and extractor above. There is storage in the form stylish units, these are complemented with black granite work tops. The dining area to the right has space for a large dining table, the hard wooden flooring underfoot runs right through into the office. The office space has a built in desk unit and shelving. There is also a downstairs w/c.
The rear courtyard is a cosy space ideal for a drink with friends during a summer evening.
The courtyard looks up to a wonderful roof terrace which is accessed from the raised ground floor and perfect for entertaining or just having a quiet drink.
Gladstone and Colnbrook Street residents enjoy access to a private garden situated a few metres away which is ideal for young families.

Directions
Elephant and Castle Underground (Zone 1/2) (Northern & Bakerloo Line) is approximately 0.4 miles away. Waterloo Underground (Zone 1) (Northern/Bakerloo/Jubilee Line) is approximately 0.8 miles away. Both stations also offer a National Rail service. The local area is well served by a frequent bus service into Central London and many Santander Docking Stations can be found close by.

Location
The location offers excellent transport links and a fantastic selection of local amenities/eateries in the surrounding area. Gladstone Street is between St Georges Road and London Road, which is adjacent to Colnbrook Street and Garden Row. This location has always been popular; however, it is soon to become even more so, with the SE1 regeneration happening on its doorstep.

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This beautifully presented, three-bedroom, double-fronted, early Victorian family home is situated on the ever-popular Gladstone Street, within the West Square conservation area. EPC Rating E

Enter the property at raised ground level into the spacious reception room. The staircase through the centre of the property creates a natural segregation of the two reception areas. The room is carpeted throughout and has been, like the rest of the house, renovated to an extremely high standard. There is ample space for two large sofas, coffee table and desk area if desired, there is storage in the form of shelving to the right of the restored fireplace.
The master bedroom with en-suite as well as the family bathroom are situated on the first floor. The master bedroom is a beautiful space with two large sash windows ensuring plenty of light, there are several carefully thought out fitted storage units, as well as space for a large double bed, bedside tables and further storage if desired. The en-suite is a well-presented marble tiled suite which comprises a walk-in shower, WC and vanity basin unit with storage above and below. The family bathroom follows a similar theme however has the additional benefit of a bath.
The second floor is home to a further two bedrooms, which would be ideal for children or spare rooms. There is an abundance of storage that has been created in both rooms. Both rooms are carpeted, the room on the left-hand side enjoys access to the terrace which in turn enjoys the views of Gladstone Street and into the South Bank.
Making your way back through the house to the lower ground level you will find the kitchen, dining room, the office and access to the rear courtyard. The first thing immediately noticeable is the fantastic ceiling height. The kitchen is on your left-hand side there is electric oven with induction hob and extractor above. There is storage in the form stylish units, these are complemented with black granite work tops. The dining area to the right has space for a large dining table, the hard wooden flooring underfoot runs right through into the office. The office space has a built in desk unit and shelving. There is also a downstairs w/c.
The rear courtyard is a cosy space ideal for a drink with friends during a summer evening.
The courtyard looks up to a wonderful roof terrace which is accessed from the raised ground floor and perfect for entertaining or just having a quiet drink.
Gladstone and Colnbrook Street residents enjoy access to a private garden situated a few metres away which is ideal for young families.

Directions
Elephant and Castle Underground (Zone 1/2) (Northern & Bakerloo Line) is approximately 0.4 miles away. Waterloo Underground (Zone 1) (Northern/Bakerloo/Jubilee Line) is approximately 0.8 miles away. Both stations also offer a National Rail service. The local area is well served by a frequent bus service into Central London and many Santander Docking Stations can be found close by.

Location
The location offers excellent transport links and a fantastic selection of local amenities/eateries in the surrounding area. Gladstone Street is between St Georges Road and London Road, which is adjacent to Colnbrook Street and Garden Row. This location has always been popular; however, it is soon to become even more so, with the SE1 regeneration happening on its doorstep.

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