Perham Road, W14
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The property forms part of a well-maintained 4-storey period building in a quiet street of well-kept brick and stucco houses in the heart of the Barons Court conservation area. It comprises:
Open plan living/dining room
The large, south-facing bay-fronted living room features a high ceiling, original wooden floors and an elegant working fireplace, and is flooded with natural light throughout the day. The adjacent dining area seats six comfortably. Double doors lead onto a delightful balustraded balcony perfect for breakfast, sunbathing or relaxed evening drinks.
A well-designed fully fitted John Lewis kitchen with generous storage, hardwood worktops, ceramic sink, electric oven and gas hob. Space for full-height fridge-freezer and dishwasher.
With coat rack and storage for shoes.
With high ceiling, large sash window and good space for freestanding or built-in wardrobes, chest of drawers, etc.
Small double bedroom
With built-in wardrobe/drawers and shelves. Currently used as a study-bedroom.
With shower over bath, heated towel rail and built-in laundry/airing cupboard, including space plumbed for washing machine.
Generous loft spaces and shared under-pavement vault.
Residents’ parking permit (£119 per annum)
The property has been well maintained, has a good layout and is in very good decorative order, yet would offer some scope for upgrading or remodelling if desired. It has gas-fired central heating throughout.
Tenure: Share of Freehold (with 999-year lease also available)
Ground rent: Determined by freeholders. None levied at present (up to £200 per annum is permitted)
Service charge: Determined by freeholders. Presently around £500 per annum (covers buildings insurance, company administration and routine maintenance)
Council Tax: Band D
Perham Road benefits from extremely good transport links into and out of Central London:
- Underground: five-minute walk to District and Piccadilly Line stations (West Kensington, Barons Court) offering excellent connections to the West End (15 mins), City (25 mins) and Heathrow Airport (35 mins)
- Rail: West Brompton (10 mins walk) served by trains to/from north and south London.
- Bus: stops on North End Road and Lillie Road served by five routes to/from central and west London
- Road: Very easy access to the A4/M4 for the M25 and routes into and out of central London
- Air: Heathrow (20 mins drive), Gatwick (60 mins drive)
Perham Road is perfectly located close to:
- An excellent range of local shops, including Waitrose, Sainsburys, Co-op and Tesco, various independent general stores, an award-winning butcher, delicatessen, patisserie and a long-established wine merchant. Tesco superstore (½ mile)
- North End Road market, a daily food & general market (½ mile)
- A good variety of bars, pubs and gastro-pubs, restaurants/takeaways and cafes
- Popular Virgin Active (members) and Fulham Pools (public) gym, swimming pools and tennis courts (¼ mile)
- Local amenity space at Normand Park
- Barons Court Theatre
- Queens Club sports club (tennis, rackets, etc)
Perham Road is also within easy reach of:
- High Street Kensington (1½ miles); Westfield shopping centre (2 miles); King’s Road, Chelsea (2 miles)
- Thames riverside (<1 mile): paths & cycle routes to Putney, Fulham Palace & park, Barnes, Chiswick, Kew, Richmond and beyond; numerous riverside pubs; Riverside Studios arts & media centre
- The Earls Court regeneration scheme, which is expected to bring additional services into surrounding areas over the next 5-20 years
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