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Salcott Road SW11

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Salcott Road Battersea - SW11 Freehold James Pendleton has great pleasure introducing to the market a stunning four bedroom Victorian family house located just off Northcote Road. Set over three levels and with accommodation extending to 1700 sq. ft., this beautifully presented property boasts a contemporary finish with an abundance of period features. The ground floor accommodation comprises a spacious double reception room with a bay window, wooden flooring, and two period fireplaces. A fabulous, bright kitchen/dining room is at the rear of the property with full width retractable doors that open onto out to an attractive walled garden. The kitchen features stylish high gloss units with integrated appliances and a central island. On the first floor are three double bedrooms and a modern shower room. On the top floor there is a fourth double bedroom and a stylish bathroom on the half landing. This gorgeous house also benefits from high ceilings throughout and a cellar (accessed from the entrance hall) which is plumbed for a washing machine. Salcott Road is located just of Northcote Road and its abundance of bars, restaurants, cafes and local shops. Wandsworth Common is at the end of the road whilst Clapham Common is also a short walk away. Clapham Junction provides excellent transport links in to Town and beyond.


Battersea Northcote Road 96 Northcote Road SW11 6QW Tel 020 7223 8000 jamespendleton.co.uk James Pendleton give notice to anyone reading these particulars that: (i) these particulars do not constitute part of an offer or contract; (ii) these particulars and any pictures or plans represent the opinion of the author and are given in good faith for guidance only and must not be construed as statements of fact; (iii) nothing in the particulars shall be deemed a statement that the property is in good condition otherwise; we have not carried out a structural survey of the property and have not tested the services, appliances or specified fittings.


Salcott Road B1836