Fentiman Road, Kennington, is where the upmarket MPs buy their London homes. Sir Geoffrey Howe had a house there, as did Tory Minister Tony Baldry and Sir John Hannam. The Victorian terraced houses are substantial but cosy. A newly refurbished four storey townhouse awaits a newly elected Member. It has a kitchen/breakfast room on the lower ground floor, double drawing room linked by dividing doors on the raised ground, master bedroom on the first floor, and three more bedrooms on the top floor. Offers aroundr pounds 375,000 to Daniel Corbett 0171 225 1500.
Claverton Street, SW1 backs onto Dolphin Square, famous for housing MPs of all hues and handy for the House, as well as the Square's swimming pool and restaurant. Number 58B is a one bedroom ground floor flat with 14ft drawing room in an early Victorian stucco house. pounds 115,000 through Dauntons.
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