Picture No. 10
1,281 sq ft(119.01 sq m)
Guide price £750

Cabul RoadBattersea, London, SW11 2PR

  • Under offer
  • Managed by Savills
  • Furnished / unfurnished

Key features

  • Garden with Bifold doors
  • Underfloor Heating
  • Italian kitchen with Siemens Appliances and stone worktops
  • Italian Fitted Wardrobes
  • Four bedrooms
  • Council Tax Awaiting Banding

A very bright and attractive four bedroom, three bathroom terraced house with private rear garden.

About this property

  • The Set comprises the conversion of former film studio buildings into a fabulous eclectic mix of apartments and duplexes, together with four individually designed new build terraced houses. The ground floor of this fantastic four bedroom house offers a cosy living space with feature fireplace, leading to a well proportioned kitchen/dining room and a lovely rear garden. The lower ground floor comprises a large lower hallway, family bathroom, bedroom 4/study and an exceptionally generous bedroom 3/living room with large walk-on roof light above. The beautiful bespoke staircase leads to first floor level and a double guest bedroom with ensuite shower room. The duplex master suite is also accessed at this level comprising a double bedroom with Italian fitted wardrobes, and a bespoke staircase leading to the master ensuite shower room.

    Please note the photographs are computer generated images and are indicative only

The Set is an iconic building in the heart of Battersea. These are truly unique apartments.

Ollie Brooks-WardProperty agent

Local information

  • Sitting midway between Battersea Park and Clapham Junction, The Set offers an enviable variety of entertainment, dining, drinking and shopping opportunities alongside excellent schools and first rate transport connections.
  • Battersea is an intimate residential area, with great restaurants and bars, all close by. Just down the road is Battersea Square. Its unique setting and continental style dining add a laid-back, village feel to this very special area of London. Battersea itself is a veritable cultural haven, home to the Pump House Gallery and the Battersea Arts Centre, a celebrated fringe venue. Alongside, there are smaller up-and-coming venues, such as the Theatre503 and LeQueCumbar, the quirkily named wine bar where eclectic live music nights are hosted.
  • Of course Battersea is also bordered by Chelsea and the iconic King's Road, offering even more upmarket shops, restaurants, bars and nightlife. There is no shortage of independent pubs and eateries in the area, with a few of the best including Gordon Ramsay, Park Road Kitchen, Flour to the People Bakery, Zocalo Bar, The Woodman, La Moka, Queenswood, The Nutbourne, London House and the ‘secret diner-cum-bar'

Additional information

  • The Thames of course is also close at hand at The Set. Take an early evening promenade beside the river and catch that ‘Waterloo Sunset' moment, or put in a couple of hours paddling a kayak at Chelsea's Cremorne Riverside Centre.
  • EPC Rating = B