This Clapham home is set over five characterful floors. Entering at the basement level, you’ll see two tables – one for foosball, the other for dining. Double doors lead into the kitchen, straight ahead, which has an old-fashioned AGA stove and room for four at the breakfast bar. There’s a trampoline at the end of the lawned garden outside, and on the ground floor is the open-plan sitting room. At one end you’ll find a sleek TV area, at the other a bay window and an ornamental fireplace.
Flowery murals lend a hint of pink to the fifth bedroom, and up on the first floor is the master bedroom, with a rose chaise longue and a stained-glass-windowed ensuite. There’s another bathroom on the second floor, as well as the third and fourth bedrooms (one with a bunk bed, the other with a raised single). The white-walled second bedroom – and its ensuite – is tucked in the eaves, a further floor up.