A Georgian, south facing, 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom location house in London with period original features throughout.

The entrance to the house is from the street, past wrought iron Art Deco railings which have the house number inscribed on them, across an original stone wide staircase. The house can be lit outside in the front garden as it’s elevated and 15-ft back from street. The house has huge wooden double front doors which lead you into a stone tiled inner hallway which has been hand painted in a mural. 

From there you encounter a wide-hallway and a spectacular period curved staircase with light pouring down from the window roof above. From the hallway there are two doors; one into front room and the second a set of French doors into the open kitchen. The first floor is mainly compromised of two huge and high ceiling-d rooms with 2 x Georgian shuttered large windows front and back. Both rooms have fireplaces on for an open fire and the back room has a log burner. The back shuttered windows overlook the garden and the demi-lune wrought iron original balcony.  The rooms are interconnected with an 8-ft by 9ft 4 x panel bi-fold period door. The floors are lyed throughout the first floor.

Upstairs are three bedrooms, a dressing room and a bathroom. The bathroom has a fitted bath that stretches the length of the back of the room and is topped in leathered marble.  

Outside, there is a large garden on three different levels. 


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