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This property's price has dropped from £2,650,000 to Guide Price £2,200,000.
A substantial six bedroom Victorian family home spanning approximately 2,700 sq ft with a stunning 90ft+ landscaped garden, located on one of the most sought after streets in Clapham Old Town. Accommodation comprises on the raised ground floor; entrance hall, cloakroom and double reception room opening to a terrace with steps down to the landscaped garden. The natural lower ground floor has a spacious kitchen/family/dining room, again opening to the garden. On the first floor there is a master bedroom with bespoke wardrobes, an en suite bathroom, laundry room and guest bedroom. There are three further bedrooms and two bath/shower rooms on the second floor and a sizeable studio/bedroom 6 on the top floor with plumbing in place to install a bathroom if required.
Lillieshall Road is one of the most popular streets in Clapham Old Town and is particularly sought after due to its close proximity to the common. Clapham Old Town, is a vibrant area which attracts a wide range of speciality retailers, health clubs, restaurants and bars. There are a number of independent and three OFSTED 'Outstanding' state schools in the immediate vicinity including L'école de Wix Lycée français. There is easy access to Central London, Clapham Common Underground Station (Northern Line) and Wandsworth Road Overground Station and an excellent network of buses to provide quick access to the City, West End, Chelsea and Canary Wharf.
Double Reception Room
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