Press Release: Author's home gives Clapham buyers something to write home about
Mon 28 Feb 2011
Renowned novelist Carol Topolski has placed onto the market her strikingly refurbished Victorian terrace property in the heart of Clapham.
The Orange Prize nominee, best known for her debut 2008 novel, Monster Love, has placed the strikingly renovated four-bedroom home on the market with Marsh & Parsons at the same time as her latest book, Do No Harm has hit the shelves.
The author may be renowned for her dark thrillers, but nothing is gloomy about the property, which has been modernised with family firmly in mind. The Belmont Road home boasts a huge, brightly decorated open plan kitchen and living space, as well as a light conservatory which overlooks the propertys garden.
The location, too, is ideal for family buyers. The home is just a stones throw from Grafton Square, a communal garden with a childrens playground and well within the catchment area of the well-regarded Clapham Manor Primary School.
The property is being marketed by Marsh & Parsons for 1,300,000.
Inquiries to Marsh & Parsons Clapham office 020 7501 3666
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