Have you ever dreamt of living on your very own film set? The quintessentially early 1800s terraces on Roupell Street have recently had episodes of Mr Selfridge, Call the Midwife, Doctor Who and the Kray Twins' biopic 'Legend' filmed here. A charming street which resides within the Roupell Street Conservation area, Waterloo Station is merely minutes away on foot whilst the amenities on your doorstep including many shops, bars and restaurants, all of which are unrivalled.
With the Thames and Southbank a stone's throw away, you really can live in the city centre without the hustle and bustle which often pairs with inner city living.
The property itself will ideally suit somebody ready to put their mark on a property to become their 'forever home'. A rarity on the road, the property boasts a generously sized rear garden with direct access for parking (no parking charges!).
Internally, on the ground floor there is an open plan living/dining room, which has the necessary permissions granted to be open plan (again, a rarity in this conservation area). The fitted kitchen is to the rear and overlooks the garden. Access to the basement is under the stairs and is crying out for a renovation project be it for a third bedroom, study or even cinema/games room. Continuing the tour to the first floor you will find two well-proportioned double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
An early internal inspection comes highly recommended!