Wyatt Park Road, London

A large, Victorian terraced house. Spread across 3 floors, the large house has 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 additional separate WCs, 2 reception rooms, and a stunning dining room kitchen as well as a basement and large private garden. Lovingly restored the house is a blend of sympathetic and high-quality modern improvements blended with original features which have been retained wherever possible.

Tenure: Freehold

Reception 1 – 57.61m (189) – The front facing living room is North facing and looks out over the front garden of the house, and Wyatt Park Road beyond. Retaining its original wood flooring, bay window and fireplace the room has a dual fuel burner and is bright and cosy.

Reception 2 – 40.84m (134) – The second reception room, which was originally the kitchen for the house, is well proportioned and located in the middle of the property.

Kitchen Dining Room – 133.20m (437) – The open plan kitchen-dining room was created through an extension in to the side-return of the house. The space benefits from underfloor heating throughout and the kitchen, including the island, is bespoke and has quartz worktops. The kitchen also has a large range cooker which is new and which the owners will be including in the sale of the property. The kitchen has bi-fold doors which lead straight out on the the South-facing garden and the ceiling above the left-hand side is glass, ensuring the space is light and airy. The archway, which has been lovingly retained and exposed, is an original feature which historically lead from the garden to the side return.

Downstairs Wc – The small downstairs toilet was created as part of the side return and is decorated in bright modern tones.

Garden – 36.58m (120) – The South-facing garden is spacious and has a small patio area immediately over the threshold of from the kitchen, with the remainder of the garden being turfed.

Planning permission is already in place permitting the development of a study/ gym/ summer kitchen at the rear of the garden should new owners wish to undertake this work. Drawings for this can be provided on request so that purchasers can see what the vendors had intended to install in this space.

Master Bedroom – 59.74m (196) – The master bedroom for the house is located on the top floor and is large and bright, with Velux windows installed along the Northern side of the room and a Juliette balcony at the Southern-end which looks out over the garden. The room also benefits from eaves-storage.

Bedroom 2 – 53.95m (177) – The second bedroom, which is located on the first floor above the living room, retains the bay window present on the ground floor, as well as the original flooring, and a feature fire place. North facing, the room is bright and spacious.

1st Floor Dressing Room – 12.19m (40) – The first floor box room is being used as a dressing room for the second bedroom.

Bedroom 3 – 39.62m (130) – The third bedroom is located on the top floor of the house, and was created as part of a loft conversion. This bright and spacious room which looks out over the rear of the property is currently utilised as a home working space. The room benefits from in-floor storage.

Bedroom 4 – 42.98m (141) – The fourth bedroom, located above the ground floor second reception (formally the kitchen), retains the original flooring and has a view out over the rear of the property.

Bedroom 5 – 27.43m (90) – The fifth bedroom, located on the first floor at the rear of the property, looks out over the garden below.

Bedroom 5 Ensuite Bathroom – The second large family bathroom of the first floor is situated immediately next to the fifth bedroom, as an almost-ensuite. Decorated neutrally, the room has a large corner shower, an original feature fireplace and built-in storage.

1st Floor Bathroom – The main family bathroom, located on the first floor, has a combination bath-shower as well as plenty of discrete built-in storage.

1st Floor Wc – The first floor toilet is separated from the bathroom for maximum usability and is stylishly decorated.

2nd Floor Bathroom – The top floor bathroom is bright and modern with a large velux window, underfloor heating, and a spacious shower as well as storage.

Basement – 39.62m (130) – The basement houses the boiler for the property, which is new. It also provides additional storage space and could be used as a laundry room/ an area for additional appliances.

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