An opportunity that seems to get rarer and rarer in Fulham these days, an entirely un-extended Victorian terrace house on the ever popular bury triangle. Almost as important as the property itself is the generous and bright private rear garden that faces south-west. Although well-kept and beautifully preserved by its current owners who have lived here for nearly fifty years, the house can be considered a blank canvass for either developers or end users with the vision to create something just the way they want it, subject to the usual planning permissions and constraints.
The ground floor accommodation consists of a reception hallway and large double reception room with a great further reception space/bedroom looking out to the garden a half floor down. The front lower ground area is a further kitchen/scullery area with huge vault/storage space that is ripe for conversion. The first floor boasts three bedrooms and the family bathroom along with the large rear room currently used as the kitchen.
We have seen a wide variety of what inventive designers, architects and owners can achieve inside these lovely Victorian terraced houses over the last few years. With the location on Hazlebury Road almost perfect and the micro-climate garden, this rare opportunity has to be up there with the most exciting in SW6.
Positioned conveniently for the amenities of Wandsworth Bridge Road and Parsons Green and in close proximity to a host of popular local schools including Thomass on Hugon Road and L'école primaire Marie d'Orliac on Clancarty Road. The beautiful green space of South Park is also under five minutes away.
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