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image  Roupell Street, Waterloo, London, SE1

image ££690 per week

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image Under Offer

Floor area

855 sq. ft. (79 sq. m.)


 Available November 1st 2019
 Georgian house
 Two bedrooms
 Courtyard garden
 Large bathroom
 Basement for storage
 Eat-in kitchen
 Original features

Property Description

A Georgian two bedroom terraced house situated on Roupell Street, moments from Waterloo and the Southbank.  Roupell and the adjoining streets make up the conservation area, known as the Lambeth Estate.
On entering the property, original panelling runs along one side of the entrance hall. Off this are two reception rooms. The first has a sash window with views looking out onto the street, original fireplace, wooden floorboards and built-in cupboards with shelves above.

The second also features the original fireplace and wooden floorboards, with a door leading out to a pretty courtyard garden. A door under the stairs leads down to the basement, proving a generous storage space.

A deceptively spacious kitchen leads off the reception room with a dining area at the far end next to French doors leading out to the secluded garden.

On the first floor landing, there is a sizeable bathroom with a large window above the bath, separate shower cubicle, traditional basin and WC, plus a fireplace. On the second floor, there are two double bedrooms, both benefiting from inbuilt cupboards, sash windows and fireplace inlays.

Roupell Street is surprisingly quiet given its central location, minutes from Waterloo Station and Waterloo East.  Southwark and Borough are a short walk away offering up a plethora of restaurants, theatres and galleries to choose from. Given this you may never need public transport again. Be it the City or the West End, you are perfectly placed to exploit London.


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