Broxholm Road is a 1930's semi detached house that has been renovated and extended by award winning south London architects Selencky///Parsons. The house now benefits from 4 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a spacious open plan kitchen, dining and living area and separate lounge. The property is set back from the street by a landscaped front garden with raised planter beds leading to a recently installed new period front door. The wide entrance hall has views through to the open plan kitchen space and benefits from an oversize door creating and spacious link to the living room. The living room has been tastefully refurbished to retain the original features of the property. The rear of the property has been opened and extended to create a very generous open plan space set across 2 levels that serves as the family heart of the home. A large island kitchen is located at the centre of this space and includes a 5-ring gas hob, double oven, full height integrated fridge and full height freezer, integrated washing machine and dishwasher. Brick steps lead down to the lower level of the open space which contains the dining area that benefits from a 3.6m ceiling height and under floor heating. To the other side of the lower space is located a study area with an internal brick feature wall and glass to glass corner window with views out to the garden. An additional unusual feature of this space is the cantilevered platform installed above the study space and accessed via a small ladder. A sliding glazed door set leads out onto an external terrace that matches the internal space. The upper 2 floors of the house are linked by a feature stair that runs up through the house tying the design of the floors together. The first floor contains 2 large double bedrooms and an extended family bathroom. The bathroom contains a floor to ceiling window in front of the free-standing bath with views to central London. On the top floor of the house is the master bedroom with a unique en-suite bathroom. The bedroom benefits from an exceptionally large picture window with a full panoramic view of the whole of central London. Below this window is a bespoke built in bench and storage unit with a further bespoke built in wardrobe to the side of the room. The property has a rear garden set across 3 levels, an upper paved terrace space steps down to an artificial grass level with several birch trees around that provide privacy in the summer months. The lowest level contains 2 sheds for extensive garden storage and a lockable gate to access the rear alleyway. There is additional garden access down the side of the property via a locked gate.