Price £7,950,000 Sold
  • Raised ground floor drawing room
  • Four bedrooms
  • Guest cloakroom
  • Utility room
  • Garage
  • Open plan kitchen/family room
  • Four bathrooms
  • Further reception room/occasional bedroom
  • Garden office
  • Grade II listed

A wonderfully pretty low built and wide four bedroom Grade II listed early Victorian house over four floors, completely refurbished 10 years ago.

The drawing room over the raised ground floor runs the full length of the house, with a superb green outlook to the front and rear.

Bi-fold doors open out from the extended kitchen to a private 65' east facing garden, housing a very useful garden office. There is rear access to Princes Place through the garage or via a door in the garden wall.

The master suite and an additional en-suite bedroom are on the first floor, with two further bedrooms on the second floor - one of which is also en-suite.

Addison Avenue is acclaimed as one of the prettiest streets in London and has always been tremendously sought after. The houses were built in pairs in the early 19th century and are semi-detached. It is in a superb location and is conveniently positioned only moments away from the café culture and excellent transport links on Holland Park Avenue with the underground station offering direct access to the City and West End. The open spaces of Holland Park are also within a few minutes' walk as is The Westfield shopping complex with an overground link to Clapham Junction.

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