Captains House London, SE3

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An extremely handsome semi-detached Grade II listed ‘Captains House’ built circa 1840.

This beautiful family location house has been lovingly restored, sympathetic to it’s period and retaining many of the original features. The raised ground floor has a wide, bright entrance hall. The floor boards have been left exposed, and this flooring continues through the remainder of this level. Off the hallway is a formal dining room, painted in a deep navy with feature fireplace and a stunning early Victorian window to the front elevation. The main sitting room is all white and flooded with daylight. A large window provides views over the generously sized walled rear garden.

At basement level is an open plan kitchen, living and dining area. Offering a different look and feel to the rest of the house, this space has a beautiful white washed parquet floor, and white painted exposed brick fireplace wall with log burner. The ceiling height is reduced on this floor, but remains absolutely adequate for lighting purposes. To the rear of the house are french doors which lead out to the patio area with lawn beyond. At the rear of the walled garden is a triple garage, and a separate access into the property.

On the first and second floors are 5 bedrooms, and two bathrooms.

There is off street parking for up to 4 cars at this location house which is a real bonus!

 

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