A STUNNING six-bed house in the heart of one of London’s most desirable neighborhoods might be enough to pique your interest.
But this “immaculately presented” Victorian family home also hides a very boozy secret.
In the floor of the playroom is a “sensational” wine cellar – with enough space for hundreds of bottles.
A spiral staircase under circular glass leads down to the alcohol hide-out, so you – and your guests – can easily suss out your stash.
The personal stock room sits on the lower ground floor of the mini mansion in the coveted Wandsworth area.
An “elegant” entrance hall leads to two reception rooms then on to a spacious kitchen-diner.
The front room boasts a beautiful bay window and feature fireplace, while the rear “snug” provides a more informal area.
But both are remarkably bright with ceilings more than 10ft high.
The kitchen is another focal point of the house, offering views out over the 57ft landscaped south-facing garden – perfect for entertaining friends and family in the summer.
Upstairs is home to the property’s first three bedrooms, while the second floor houses the remaining trio.
And the new owners won’t be fighting for the bathroom with five across the four levels.
Elsewhere there is a large family room, utility room and side-of-house shed.
And if that wasn’t enough, it comes with off-street parking for two cars and is just minutes from the train station, park and several schools.
Estate agent Knight Frank describes the semi-detached house on Nicosia Road as “offering exceptional entertaining and family accommodation”.
But it will cost you, with a guide price of £3,999,950.