A good investment on paper! Former print works warehouse goes on sale for £945k after being transformed into a stunning two-bedroom home
- Property in Balham, South West London, is largely open plan downstairs with two-upstairs bedrooms
- Current owner has lived in home for 30 years and decorated to keep it modern, light and spacious
- There’s a small courtyard outside and home is tucked away from the main road by a private gated entrance
A stunning two-bedroom house hidden in the heart of London that was once a paper warehouse has gone on sale for less than £1million.
Incredible images show cosy, light-filled bedrooms, a sleek bathroom and a modern kitchen inside the completely transformed home in Balham, South West London.
Other striking shots show spacious living areas filled with character, a study space and a small courtyard to relax in outside which is surrounded by red brick walls.
The two-bedroom property in Balham, South West London, is largely open plan downstairs and has a small private courtyard
The bedrooms have vaulted ceilings and are decorated with neutral colours to maintain a light and airy feeling in the home
Large Crittall windows open out into the courtyard which is surrounded by red brick walls and looks in on the modern house
The property’s listing explains that the home is in an ‘affluent part of town and just moments from the buzz of Balham High Road.’
The home is tucked away from the main road, which is ‘lined with imposing period property’, and on a mews.
To get in you ‘have to shimmy through the private gated entrance and in to a wonderfully landscaped courtyard that’s surrounded by the property, a former paper warehouse and the home of thirty years to the current owner.
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The current owner has a strong creative eye and has absolutely transformed the home into something that wouldn’t look out of place on the pages of an interiors magazine.
The listing explains how: ‘The building itself stood to the rear of what was once a print works and now a series of private conversion flats and served as a paper warehouse.
‘Whilst it may have a very linear, architectural feel, it’s a really warm environment and has lost none of its period charms.
Evidence of its industrial roots are dotted around. The decorative tones used add to the tranquil feel.
Inside the ceilings are high and the rooms have been well decorated by the current owner who has lived there for 30 years
The home is tucked away from the main road, pictured, which is ‘lined with period property’ and is close to Balham High Road
Downstairs is the reception room that leads to the courtyard, a study and kitchen. Upstairs are the bedrooms and bathroom
The ground floor is largely open plan but still manages to seamlessly house an office space, living, dining and kitchen area, all of which benefits from large Crittall windows and doors or vast skylights.
The courtyard is accessed from the living area or entrance and thanks to the plot being landlocked, it’s incredibly quiet. That said, sling the doors open and the living area and courtyard provide the perfect party environment.
Upstairs there’s two bedrooms and bathroom, again all benefitting from the owners’ attention to detail, plus the vaulted ceilings, adding some drama to the feel of space.
The home is also close to travel links with overline trains at Balham running regularly into Victoria and the Northern Line tube close by linking to the City, Shoreditch via Clapham and beyond.
For more information see the listing on Unique Property Company for £945k.
The modern kitchen is tucked in behind the stairs and connected to a large reception room which leads to a downstairs study
There’s ample under stairs storage in the two-bedroom South West London home which is now on the market for £945,000
The building once served as a paper warehouse and was at the rear of what was once a print works and now is private flats
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