- Double reception room
- Dining room
- Four bedrooms
- Two bathrooms
- Two guest cloakrooms
- Utility room
- Greenhouse/potting shed
- Basement cellar
A wonderful wide and low-built unlisted early Victorian family house in this most sought-after Holland Park address.
The property has enormous character and charm, and having been in the same family ownership for twenty years now presents an opportunity for a new owner to mould the house to their own style. The house could easily be re-arranged to offer a large open plan kitchen/dining room to the rear of the ground floor, with three double bedrooms and three bathrooms on the first floor, with an additional loft bedroom.
Currently the principal accommodation is over just three floors, with a basement cellar providing useful storage. The ground floor double reception room, dining room and kitchen extension to the rear all being on one level makes for an enormously practical layout, ideal for entertaining. A generous master bedroom suite on the first floor with three additional bedrooms on the upper floors makes the house suitable for families and down-sizers alike. There is a garden building currently used as a green-house and potting shed that could easily be adapted to an office.
Addison Avenue is 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.
Royal Borough Of Ken & Chelsea, Band H
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