A Grade 2* listed Queen Anne property built in 1706. Rarely available to market, we are pleased to offer this outstanding period home of large proportions, occupying an enviable setting in one of the most sought after locations within Old Town, Clapham.
A most handsome example of an early C18 town house, this beautiful property offers grand and spacious living accommodation arranged over four floors, and boasts an abundance of ornate and original features throughout from wood panelling through the formal lounge and drawing room, ornate coving and feature twin fire places.
Forming part of the oldest terrace in Clapham, this substantial end-terrace property has been well maintained and sympathetically modernised throughout and offers the opportunity to secure a historic London residence within the heart of SW4. Exuding a bright and airy feel, natural light streams through the duel aspect ground and lower ground floors from the large sash windows with views to Clapham Old Town village square, while the high ceilings and grand proportions of the hall floor double reception give a sense of space and serenity whilst in the property.
Demonstrating the extravagance of the era, the property boasts moulded and modillion wood eave feature cornicing externally, with an extravagant entrance door set in panels of stucco banded rustication. The lower ground floor has its own entrance, there is a fitted kitchen with a stone topped island featuring a central gas hob/range with breakfast bar, and space for a family dining table. A beautiful feature on this level is a wood burner, making this casual family area very cosy. The first floor has 2 large bedrooms, a bathroom and a study/bedroom. The top floor comprises 2 further double bedrooms and a large bathroom. The kitchen is connected to a generous family room/3rd reception room which has access to the garden.
Oozing vintage charm, Clapham Old Town boasts a wealth of period architecture and formed the original market place of Clapham. Nearly 300 years on, Old Town now is the epitome of café culture living, with an outstanding selection of boutique cafes, restaurants and wine bars, while also offering outstanding access to The City and West London via Clapham Common Tube (Northern Line) and Wandsworth Road & Clapham High Street (London over ground), along with excellent bus services offering easy access to Clapham Junction further reinforcing the desirability of the setting.
Clapham Manor Primary School, Parkgate House School, Eaton House The Manor School, Macaulay Church of England School, Ecole de Wix Primary School and Lark Hall Primary School are all within walking distance of the property.
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