A RARE FIND... Central portion of an imposing historic building offering exceptional accommodation extending to almost 3,000 sq ft. High ceilings abound together with large window areas all combining to make this an exceptionally spacious and beautifully presented family home of distinction.
Forming the main central portion of a substantial period building set within a popular tree lined residential road that runs parallel to the River Thames and was formally the home of George Fitzclarence, earl of Munster and son of Dorothea Jordan mistress to Prince William Duke of Clarence (future King William IV),
This fine family home still retains a unique period ambience with large bright windows areas, elegant high ceilings and well proportioned rooms throughout. Comprehensive refurbishment has sympathetically transformed the property into a comfortable contemporary home finished to an exceptionally high specification and benefitting from a new roof, new wiring and plumbing, gas fired central heating and well appointed bath and shower rooms (all bedrooms are en-suite). Centre stage is the stunning open plan family living area which boasts a Poggenpohl bespoke kitchen complete with stylish Quarzite work tops and integrated appliances and features bi-fold doors providing wide open access to the garden. To the front of the property there is a good sized drawing room and large receiving hall which creates an imposing first impression.
Arranged over the first and second floors there are five double bedrooms each having an en-suite and, on the first floor, there is a useful plumbed laundry room. The wide garden to the rear extends to some 86 ft and has been newly landscaped to provide a large lawned area with raised deck to the rear of the property ideal for al-fresco entertaining. To the front there is off street parking for two cars.