This 4-bed, 3.5 bath, 1-reception family home is located in the popular south-west London village of Mortlake and benefits from a south-facing garden, new windows throughout, a new insulated roof and off-street parking for multiple cars.
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Mortlake station is just a short walk away and has links to Clapham Junction, London Waterloo and beyond, while the vast open greens spaces of Richmond Park – home to free-roaming Red and Fallow deer and Pembroke Lodge – are also within the vicinity.
Situated on the highly sought after St Leonards Road, this handsome property stands out from the crowd thanks to it’s blue-grey exterior, and sleek black front door sitting under a small open portico.
This light-flooded living room has been tastefully decorated using a palette of soft pinks and charcoal greys. The feature cast iron fireplace acts as a striking period focal point, while a feature wall with textured wallpaper is a definite talking point. Accessories including a navy trunk storage chest and velvet button-back pouffe help to tie this eclectic scheme together.
The property has been extended to accommodate a contemporary open plan kitchen/dining room. The chic grey kitchen units and island offer plenty of storage and prep space, while the herringbone flooring, mirrored metro tiles and integrated wine rack take this space from homely to high-end.
This calming space is perfect for retreating to at the end of a long day. Bespoke fitted wardrobes, a generous ensuite bathroom and Juliet balcony tick the boxes for both form and function.
Bi-fold doors open out into the decked area of this well-maintained, south-facing rear garden.
A compact lawn and pretty planted borders lead up to a garden studio at the end, which can be used as in a number ways ranging from a bonus reception room to a home office.
St Leonards Road is on the market with Hamptons International for a guide price of £1.165 million.
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