Set within the heart of South Kensington, this magnificent 6 bedroom freehold house is draped in history. Novelist J.M. Barrie lived in the house in 1890 and used the top floor balcony as inspiration for writing Peter Pan. Arranged over 4 floors, the property owes most of its grandeur to its exceptional width and depth. Benefitting from both a front and rear garden the house retains the majority of its period features, including ornate cornicing and original solid wood flooring throughout.
Measuring 3,425 ft 2 (318 m 2), the property comprises of a large double reception room on the ground floor with ceilings in excess of 3 metres and large gran stone mullion windows looking onto the communal garden of Hereford Square and a private garden at the rear. On the first floor there are two large double bedrooms, a smaller double bedroom and a large family bathroom. The second floor has two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Located on the lower ground floor is the family dining room, fully fitted kitchen, utility room and a double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. There is direct access to the front and rear garden from a side door.
This magnificent property would make a wonderful family home in a prime location. Freehold.