A thoughtfully enlarged Victorian terraced house on a residential street, close to Fulham Broadway.
Set over four storeys, the living accommodation occupies the lower half of the house and the bedrooms are on the top two floors.
A short flight of steps lead from the front path to the main entrance to the house, which itself opens into the entrance hall. The 27 ft formal living room, which features wooden flooring, has been created from two original rooms, thus providing light from both the northeast and southwest. The front bay has sash windows, and there are two grand fireplaces, one of which has a remote controlled log effect gas fire. Tucked away on the half landing is a guest cloakroom, utility room and a roof terrace overlooking the garden below. On the garden level, which is all tiled, there is a 24 ft informal living room and a 21 ft open plan kitchen with a frameless glass roof and doors to the garden. The informal living room features extensive fitted storage, a remote controlled log effect gas fire, and a bay window with sash frames. The bespoke fitted kitchen has a stainless steel island, two ovens, a breakfast bar and space for an American-style fridge-freezer. Finally on this floor there is a useful cloakroom.
The first floor is home to the main bedroom suite, which stretches across the width of the house and benefits from electrically operated blackout blinds. There are two dressing areas and a luxurious en suite bathroom with twin sinks, a shower and an inset, double-ended bath with integrated television. There are three further bedrooms, all of similar sizes and with fitted storage. The bedrooms are served by two bathrooms, one an en suite shower room and the other a shared bathroom with bath and separate shower.
Throughout the property windows are fitted with bespoke shutters, and in the basement and main bedroom there are fitted air conditioning units.
Outside - The front garden features cast-iron railings, decorative shrubs and discreet refuse storage. The rear garden has been creatively arranged as three connected but distinct areas. Next to the kitchen doors is a paved terrace, perfect for entertaining with a built-in fireplace and banquettes. A fountain and landscaped beds of mature shrubs border a pathway of circular marble chippings that leads beneath the shade of two large trees to a raised terrace at the back of the garden.
Local Area - Barclay Road is located close to Fulham Broadway with its Underground station, shops, cafes and restaurants, and there is even more choice on both Fulham Road and King's Road nearby. Open spaces in the area include Eel Brook Common, Brompton Cemetery and the Thames Path. There are numerous local bus services, and the Overground network is served by Imperial Wharf and West Brompton stations. Motorists can use the nearby A4, the A3 and the South Circular Road to travel into, out of and around the capital. Families have a wealth of local schools to choose from in the independent and state sectors for children of all ages.