2 bedroom terraced house for saleSelwood Terrace, London, SW7
Built in 1827 by James Ardin Esq, this late Georgian cottage retains many of its original period features, whilst requiring updating.
Set back from the road behind an attractively paved front garden, the house is entered via stone stairs that lead up to the raised ground floor. Once inside, there is a very welcoming double reception overlooking the immaculate 50 ft. private garden beyond. On the lower ground floor is the kitchen/breakfast room and also a separate dining room that gives direct access out to the garden. There is also an ample sized study room on this floor which could also be a third bedroom. On the first floor are two further double bedrooms with the master bedroom overlooking Selwood Terrace.
Selwood Terrace is an extension of Onslow Gardens on the west side of the street with Neville Terrace forming the east side. As such it is ideally placed for either South Kensington or Gloucester Road underground stations.
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