This cracking open plan loft apartment in South West London offers loads of
character volume and light and is brilliantly located directly opposite
Southfields tube station.
Perfect for those looking to enter the world of loft living without paying
Shoreditch prices, this cool space is one of just five converted from the top
two floors of a former commercial building right in the heart of buzzy
Southfields. All the local shops, bars and cafes are seconds away and this
niche loft development offers a dollop of urban living to compliment its hyper
local central location.
Entered via a smart and unassuming doorway off the main street, a well
maintained hallway and staircase takes you easily to the apartment itself. The
main living area is classic loft living, meaning almost triple height
ceilings, loads of windows, wood flooring and a decent sized open plan kitchen
with breakfast bar for casual dining and room divider. There is shelving
galore for all your Nigella cookbooks and a really unique view towards all the
action outside, including the rather beautiful Victorian station building
The mezzanine provides the flexibility of either a second bedroom or home work
space and comes with plenty of storage. There is also a well designed bathroom
on this level, currently with free-standing bath but one could easily
transform into a massive walk-in shower room.
The top floor provides a bright sunny bedroom with its own WC and basin.
Currently there is a large wardrobe here but again, one could create a wet
room quite easily with this space. A balcony gives far reaching views across
Whilst obviously a great ‘starter’ loft, this cracking apartment would
actually make a really cool pied-a-terre (I mean the tube station is right
opposite!) or rental investment, being a five minute walk from one of the
world’s most iconic sporting venues, Wimbledon at The All England Tennis Club.
Rents during the two weeks of the championships are quite incredible!
Southfields itself is a great neighbourhood situated between Wimbledon and
Wandsworth. There are some really good local pubs, independent restaurants and
bars and is generally very well served for shops both big and small. Obviously
the transport links are superb, withe the aforementioned Southfields tube
station linking the area with places such as Fulham and Chelsea in just 4 or 5
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