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Alan Road, Wimbledon Village, Wimbledon, London, SW19 ££4,500,000

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Floor area: 6,676 sq ft (620.2) sq m
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About this property

Cranmore is a lovely Arts and Crafts style house built in 1909 occupying a wonderful plot of approximately 0.32 acre with beautifully landscaped gardens in the very heart of Wimbledon Village.

Embodying many of the characteristic features of the Arts and Crafts movement which include stunning large windows with beautifully crafted stained glass panels, wooden 'baronialï' staircase with tulip design detail, panelled entrance Hall, fireplaces, large rooms and original brass door furniture.
Converted in 1964 into three large apartments to provide ample living space for three families the property now has planning permission to reinstate it to its former glory as an exceptional family home. It also has planning consent for further enlargement if 6,676 square feet is considered too small! Alternatively, it would suit an extended family who would like to live together.

Just a short walk from the Village High Street, Wimbledon Common, The All England Lawn Tennis Club and Wimbledon station the house is ideally situated for a family who want the convenience of being able to walk to all local schools and amenities.

Property Features

  • Substantial Family Home
  • Currently Three Large Apartments
  • Consent To Convert To Single House
  • 6,676 Square Feet
  • 0.32 Acre Plot
  • Beautiful 117'x76' Rear Garden
  • Triple Garage
  • Off Street Parking
  • Arts & Crafts Period Features
  • Planning for Extension
  • EPC: C/D/E

Nearest Train Stations

Transport  Wimbledon - 0.47 miles
Transport  Wimbledon Station - 0.5 miles
Transport  Wimbledon Park Station - 0.78 miles

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Wimbledon Village
6 High Street
Wimbledon Village
SW19 5DX

T: 020 8946 1000

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