Offered to market is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a Freehold house in one of Fulham's most desirable locations. The property is split into two individual dwellings, each with protected tenants in situ. ***Please note that this is being offered to market as a long term investment proposition with protected tenants in situ.*** The location is absolutely fantastic and some would argue, unbeatable for Fulham. The house overlooks Eel Brook common, is set close to Chelsea and The King's Road and only a short walk to Fulham Broadway. Musgrave Crescent is a stunning road surrounded by adjoining tree lined streets. Shops, bars restaurants and transport links are all within a short walk away. For the motorist, parking on these roads is rarely an issue. The house and the trust in which it is held has a rich and illustrious history. Col Edward Harwood was a distinguished gentleman and was very much involved within the Fulham area. Both he and his wife had connections in Fulham and Walham since 1666. He was quite a forward thinking man and when the Chelsea council had plans for the New Kings Road to be built, he suggested to them to pull his house down. His house was 'Waterslade court.' He suggested this to widen the road in exchange to build around Ellbrook common where the house overlooks. Throughout the building process, many of the roads locally were named after his children. Effie, Durrell, Tyrawley & Blake. St Maur Road, Musgrave Crescent and some others all had family connections. The house on offer here on Musgrave Crescent is the last of the properties belonging to this historic estate. Viewing is strictly by appointment with Aspire Estate Agents. Please call the office on 020 7736 6110.