This month we step into an
Edwardian home in Wimbledon
Words Lucie Pearce
At Absolutely, we appreciate the finer things in life, especially when it comes to property. In our new online series, we’ll be speaking with property experts about what makes the finest properties on their books so desirable. First up, we meet with Helen Douglas of Hamptons International’s Wimbledon branch, who gives us a guided tour through this sumptuous Edwardian home.
“Built in 1904, this detached Grade II listed property offers the best design features of its era. As well as a turret that spans over three floors, this family home offers numerous fireplaces, parquet flooring and coving. The grand feature staircase is also well worth a mention.”
“For those with growing or large families there is plenty of space. Set over four floors, there are six bedrooms to fill, as well as many rooms to escape and relax in. As well as a secluded window seat in one of the turrets, there is also a sun room, study and drawing room.”
“The south-east facing landscaped gardens offer far reaching views and extends to over 120 foot. As well as a terrace and seating area perfect for summer entertaining, the garden incorporates a large lawned area, mature planted borders and access to outbuildings, which include a cellar, store and potting shed.”
“A sought after address, this home is an excellent location, close by to Wimbledon Village with its array of exclusive boutiques, bars and restaurants. Wimbledon town centre is also near, with direct links to central London from the mainline and underground stations. “
For more information, contact Helen on 020 3369 4369.