A substantial Georgian-style end-of-terrace house with a garage, ancillary accommodation and roof terraces, located in Fulham’s revered Moore Park Conservation Area.
Entered through double doors from the entrance hall, the grand living room is 25 ft long with windows to two aspects, a period-style fireplace and a door to the south-facing patio. The extended kitchen features three large skylights, room for a dining table and broad bifolding doors to a second patio. The kitchen is fitted with integrated ovens, two sinks and a central island. With interconnecting doors to the living room and further double doors to the entrance hall, there is excellent flow around the ground floor accommodation.
Across the first, second and third floors are three south-facing double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes and en suite bathrooms, all equally suitable as main bedroom suites. Of the three en suite bathrooms, one has a shower over the bath, two have both a bath and separate double shower and one has a twin-basin vanity unit. There are two further bedrooms, a shower room, a balcony and two roof terraces, the highest with incredible views across the city. The roof terraces can be further developed, a great opportunity.
Accessed either via the kitchen or from a separate front door, the garage and ancillary rooms provide a flexible space suitable for working from home, leisure, work, guests or staff. There are two rooms with skylights, a shower room and within the wide garage there is a utility area which could be improved to become a kitchen. Above the garage, which itself could be converted if not required, is a room that can be used separately or in tandem with the space below, another space perfect for working from home as it is bathed in natural light with views to three sides.
The whole property is presented in excellent condition, with white décor and neutral carpets. The bathrooms all have white sanitaryware, white tiles, fitted shutters and built-in storage
Moore Park Road is one of Fulham’s oldest residential streets, dating back to the 1850s. Fulham Broadway is close by, with its Underground station, shops, cafes and restaurants, and there is even more choice on both Fulham Road and King’s Road. Open spaces in the area include Eel Brook Common, Westfield Park Brompton Cemetery and the Thames Path. There are numerous local bus services, and the Overground network is served by Imperial Wharf and West Brompton stations. Motorists can use the nearby A4 and the South Circular Road to travel into, out of and around the capital. Families have a wealth of local schools to choose from in the independent and state sectors for children of all ages.