Set on this highly sought after and friendly street, the property is approached via a small garden at the front with a tiled path leading to a large front door. The door has the original stained glass inserts and surrounds and opens into a wide entrance hall with a wood floor that runs through the hallway and kitchen.
Double doors on the right open into an impressive triple reception room with ceilings over 3m high giving the whole floor a real sense of volume and space. The room is well defined with a sitting room at the front where there is a square bay housing 2 sets of timber, double glazed, sash windows, a coal effect gas fire with cast iron insert, granite hearth and a limestone mantel piece. The fireplace has dwarf cabinets either side with display shelving above.
In the middle of the room is a study area with bespoke joinery providing low level storage with bookshelves above. To the rear is a generous dining area with 2 sets of French doors leading out to the garden and a door leading through to the kitchen.
The kitchen naturally divides in to two areas, the kitchen itself, which has a good range of Shaker style wall and base units topped with a granite work surface housing a stainless steel sink. Integrated appliances include a 4-ring gas hob with extractor fan above, double oven, fridge/freezer, and dishwasher. The second part of the room sits underneath a large Lantern skylight that floods the room with natural light and has plenty of space for a table to sit 8 and has French doors opening out into the garden.
The lower ground floor is currently set up as a self-sufficient flat (paying its own council tax, but this could be easily removed by the removal of the kitchen) but using the main entrance to the house. At the bottom of the stairs is a hallway with plenty of space for coat and shoe storage, a cloakroom with W.C. wash basin and cupboard housing the fuse board and meters, and a utility cupboard with space for separate washing machine and tumble dryer as well as additional storage.
A door leads into a great sitting room with 2 sets of double glazed, timber, sash windows to the front, a decorative fireplace with a slate hearth and wooden mantel piece and a small kitchen.
The kitchen is fully fitted, but could easily be converted into a wine cellar or family utility room. In the middle is a smart family bathroom with a natural stone tiled floor, bath with limestone tiled surround, separate shower cubicle with wall mounted shower, wash basin with mirror above, W.C. and a wall mounted heated towel rail. In the hallway are two good size cupboards one is large enough to be used as a wardrobe. To the rear are two bedrooms, the smaller of the two is a single bedroom but currently used as an office and has fitted wardrobes providing a good amount of storage space. The second bedroom is a generously proportioned double bedroom with a large window and glazed door out to the lightwell making it lovely and light.
On the first floor are three double bedrooms, there are two to the rear, both carpeted with fitted wardrobes providing hanging and shelving space and sash windows over-looking the gardens and the bedroom at the front is the largest of the three also with fitted cupboards either side of the bed, a square bay housing two sets of sash windows. Finally, there is a family bathroom consisting of a bath with limestone surround, heated towel rail, washbasin with storage above and below, a cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and boiler, W.C. with concealed cistern and a sash window.
Above the stairs leading to the loft is a Velux window bringing natural light into the staircase and throughout the house, on the landing is an airing cupboard. The main bedroom is the best in the house with a wall of fitted cupboards and a large set of windows making the room bright and airy. There is plenty of space for a super king bed and further free-standing storage. A door leads through to an ensuite bathroom with separate walk-in shower cubicle, bath with limestone surround, his and hers wash basins with storage below, heated towel rail, W.C. with concealed cistern and access to under eaves storage. There are two large Velux windows to provide light and ventilation.
Felden Street is a highly desirable, no through road with wider than average, attractive houses lining either side. The street stands apart from others in the area in terms of the appeal of the architecture.
The house is within easy reach of Parsons Green and Bishops Park as well as the many restaurants, bars and coffee shops on the Fulham Road, Munster Road and the New Kings Road. The closest underground station is Parsons Green only 0.4 miles from the property .
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