ALBERT BRIDGE ROAD, SW11
A large six bedroom family house of circa 3,632 sq ft with a west-facing garden and stunning views across Battersea Park, in one after the most sought after positions in North Battersea.
In immaculate condition throughout the house has a huge amount of entertaining space with a double reception room on the raised ground floor and an extraordinary 53 ft open plan kitchen/dining room on the natural lower ground floor.
On the first floor there is a large master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and ample storage, and a double bedroom/study. On the second floor there are a further three double bedrooms served by a separate bathroom and a utility Room. The third floor has the fifth double bedroom with an en-suite shower room and reception area, ideal for a nanny or guest floor.
The house has a private west-facing garden, a second entrance on the lower ground floor and two cloakrooms.
Bathrooms: 4 (2 en-suite)
Reception Rooms: 2
Size: 3,632 sq ft
Outside Space: Garden
Parking: Residents Parking Permit
EPC Rating: D (Potential C)
“The house is light, with high ceilings in an incredible location. To look out over trees is a well-known benefit to our health and to have the park as our garden and the most beautiful bridge in London on our doorstep, as well as the King’s Rd being a short walk has been the making of many precious memories. It is a home that lends itself to entertaining, for both children and adults. It is also functional, with incredible storage and space to fully live in it without bursting out of the seams.”
The house is situated in a prime position close to Albert Bridge. The local shops and restaurants of Parkgate Road, including Bayley & Sage, Ransome’s Dock and Battersea Bridge Road are close at hand. Chelsea and the King’s Road are a short walk over Albert Bridge. Transport links are excellent, with River Boats running East and West from Cadogan Pier, several bus routes that run over Battersea Bridge into Central London and the Underground is accessible from Sloane Square (District & Circle Lines) and the Power Station (Northern Line)