Warriner Gardens: A contemporary London townhouse
Warriner Gardens is a five-bedroom interior designed contemporary townhouse. Located in the heart of Battersea, London, England, the property is arranged over five floors, and offers an extensive living and entertaining spaces.
This exceptional townhouse, located in the heart of Battersea, pairs chic modern living with all the practicalities of a family home.
Set over five floors and reaching 3,964 sq. ft. the contemporary London house offers an abundance of living and entertaining space as well as ample accommodation.
Five double bedrooms, three of which are en suite, are well arranged over the top three floors along with a large family bathroom. The four largest bedrooms benefit from fantastic built-in storage and large windows and each has been tastefully and thoughtfully decorated. The top bedroom also has access to a south facing balcony.
An extraordinary five reception rooms, laid out over three floors, along with the large kitchen/dining room mean that the house is versatile with plenty of room for socialising and relaxing. The ground floor comprises a study, WC and reception room leading out onto the south facing walled garden.
The lower ground floor, which has astonishingly high ceilings, provides wonderful space. The modern kitchen is fully-fitted with high end appliances and looks over the dining area/family room and onto the patio light well, ideal for breakfast in the sunshine. A further reception room, found beyond the light well, is unique to this particular house and would be perfect as a TV room or gym, along with a similar room at the front of the house. A utility room completes this floor. Also of note are the underground car park and a lockable storage cupboard.
Warriner Place is located on Warriner Gardens, which runs parallel with both Battersea Park Road and Prince of Wales Drive. Battersea Park itself is moments away, offering 200 acres of recreational space. Access north of the river is via either the regular train services that run from Battersea Park or Queenstown Road train stations, or a number of bus routes that run over Battersea and Chelsea Bridges. Public transport links will further be enhanced by the proposed extension of the Northern Line of the Underground to Battersea as part of the regeneration of Battersea Power Station and the Nine Elms area.
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