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Monkton Street, Kennington, SE11

4 bedroom house

£1,325,000 Freehold

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A fantastic opportunity to acquire a Victorian four-bedroom family house, in the heart of the Walcot Conservation area. EPC Rating D

As you enter this beautiful Victorian home on the raised ground floor, you are greeted by a hallway with wooden flooring; which continues throughout the house. Off the hallway is the double reception room, which benefits from a large bay window, two ornate fireplaces, floor to ceiling shelving and ample space for chairs, sofas, a coffee table and free-standing furniture.

Head down the stairs to the half level, where there is a W.C. and a double bedroom with space for a double bed, bedside tables and free-standing furniture. This is currently being used as a study. The garden can be accessed from this room via French doors.

On the lower ground floor, you find the kitchen/dining room with parquet flooring throughout, the dining area benefits from a bay window, a fitted dresser and space for a sofa and a large dining table and chairs. The kitchen benefits from an abundance of storage and quartz worktops, as well as a Lacanche cooker with gas hobs and extractor fan above, integrated dishwasher and a large fitted fridge/freezer. Off the kitchen is the utility room, benefitting from ample storage space, wooden worktops and a Belfast sink. To the rear of the utility room are glass double doors, which open out to the paved courtyard.

Continuing upstairs to the first floor, you come to the conveniently located family bathroom, which is a tiled suite with a bath, hand basin, heated towel rail and a W.C. Beside the bathroom is a bedroom with space for a double bed, bedside table and a chest of drawers.

The master bedroom, to the front of the house, benefits from two sash windows overlooking the quiet road. This room is very spacious with fitted wardrobes running the width of the room and room for a king-sized bed, bedside tables and an armchair. Off the bedroom is an en-suite, metro tiled wet room with a rain shower, hand basin heated towel rail and a W.C.

Bedroom three is a good size with space for a double bed and free-standing furniture. It also benefits from shelving to the side of the chimney breast.

The house has been maintained to a high standard and is in very good condition. Every window has been fitted with high quality shutters and there is dark wooden flooring throughout the property.

Directions
Elephant & Castle Overground and Underground Stations (National Rail, Northern & Bakerloo Lines) are approximately 0.5 miles away. Kennington Underground Station (Northern Line – both branches) is approximately 0.6 miles away. Lambeth North Underground Station (Bakerloo Line) is approximately 0.7 miles away. The area is also well served by numerous bus routes into The City and West End As an alternative method of transport, there are also Santander Cycle Docking Stations close by.

Location
Monkton Street is located just off Walcot Square and neighbours St. Mary's Gardens. The property is just a stone's throw from the bars, restaurants, shops and further delights offered at Kennington Cross. The Imperial War Museum is also a short walk from the property.

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A fantastic opportunity to acquire a Victorian four-bedroom family house, in the heart of the Walcot Conservation area. EPC Rating D

As you enter this beautiful Victorian home on the raised ground floor, you are greeted by a hallway with wooden flooring; which continues throughout the house. Off the hallway is the double reception room, which benefits from a large bay window, two ornate fireplaces, floor to ceiling shelving and ample space for chairs, sofas, a coffee table and free-standing furniture.

Head down the stairs to the half level, where there is a W.C. and a double bedroom with space for a double bed, bedside tables and free-standing furniture. This is currently being used as a study. The garden can be accessed from this room via French doors.

On the lower ground floor, you find the kitchen/dining room with parquet flooring throughout, the dining area benefits from a bay window, a fitted dresser and space for a sofa and a large dining table and chairs. The kitchen benefits from an abundance of storage and quartz worktops, as well as a Lacanche cooker with gas hobs and extractor fan above, integrated dishwasher and a large fitted fridge/freezer. Off the kitchen is the utility room, benefitting from ample storage space, wooden worktops and a Belfast sink. To the rear of the utility room are glass double doors, which open out to the paved courtyard.

Continuing upstairs to the first floor, you come to the conveniently located family bathroom, which is a tiled suite with a bath, hand basin, heated towel rail and a W.C. Beside the bathroom is a bedroom with space for a double bed, bedside table and a chest of drawers.

The master bedroom, to the front of the house, benefits from two sash windows overlooking the quiet road. This room is very spacious with fitted wardrobes running the width of the room and room for a king-sized bed, bedside tables and an armchair. Off the bedroom is an en-suite, metro tiled wet room with a rain shower, hand basin heated towel rail and a W.C.

Bedroom three is a good size with space for a double bed and free-standing furniture. It also benefits from shelving to the side of the chimney breast.

The house has been maintained to a high standard and is in very good condition. Every window has been fitted with high quality shutters and there is dark wooden flooring throughout the property.

Directions
Elephant & Castle Overground and Underground Stations (National Rail, Northern & Bakerloo Lines) are approximately 0.5 miles away. Kennington Underground Station (Northern Line – both branches) is approximately 0.6 miles away. Lambeth North Underground Station (Bakerloo Line) is approximately 0.7 miles away. The area is also well served by numerous bus routes into The City and West End As an alternative method of transport, there are also Santander Cycle Docking Stations close by.

Location
Monkton Street is located just off Walcot Square and neighbours St. Mary's Gardens. The property is just a stone's throw from the bars, restaurants, shops and further delights offered at Kennington Cross. The Imperial War Museum is also a short walk from the property.

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