Flodden Road, London, SE5
A beautifully presented early Victorian house, on the ever-popular Claylands Road, set within the St. Mark’s Conservation Area. EPC Rating D.
With arguably the prettiest façade on the road, you enter the property through a mature garden of roses and climbing wisteria. The house comprises a double reception, large kitchen, WC, bathroom, three double bedrooms and a garden.
The defining features of this house are the width and the ceiling height, which is prevalent in the double reception room. Restored wooden floors run throughout the space and the current owners have it set up with dining area to the rear and lounge area to the front. The garden is accessed via French doors at the back and you step down into the kitchen, which is situated in the rear addition.
The shaker styled kitchen to the rear has an abundance of storage within solid wooden units, plenty of preparation space on top of Carrara worktops, a Rangemaster cooker and double butler sink. There are dual aspect windows onto the garden ensuring plenty of light. This space is hugely practical and stylish. There is also the benefit of underfloor heating.
A WC is also situated on the ground floor with fixtures from Lefroy Brooks.
On the half level above the kitchen is the third bedroom. There is space here for a double bed and storage, if desired. Being in the rear of the house you also enjoy the view overlooking the garden, meaning it could double perfectly as an office space. The room adjacent is the bathroom, which comprises a bath with overhead shower, WC and a basin; these fixtures are Lefroy Brooks or CP Hart.
The further two bedrooms on the first floor are both good sized doubles. The second room has more than enough space for a large double bed and storage either side of the chimney breast. The primary, at the front of the property, is the full width of the house with two sash windows overlooking Claylands Road, ensuring the room is flooded with light.
The garden itself is beautifully landscaped and secluded with a primary school to the rear. The current occupants have mature trees, fruit trees and the rear has raised beds. There is also a garden shed in situ.
Claylands Road is situated between Meadow Road and Clapham Road. Oval tube station is only a five-minute walk away, benefiting from access to the City, Temple, vibrant Vauxhall and the West End. The property is also near several local eateries and delis and just a stone's throw from Surrey County Cricket Ground. The property is also within the St Mark's Conservation Area.
Offers in excess of £1,875,000 Freehold