This amazing period house dates back to circa 1825, and is situated on The Terrace in Barnes, with views over the river Thames. It is presented in good condition and retains many original features, with over 3350 sq. ft. of internal space.
The property offers a large and attractive garden that is divided into two distinct areas with a predominately southerly aspect. The formal garden is mainly laid to lawn with flowering borders, there is a path which leads to a 'secret garden' with mature trees flanking the borders and providing the garden with a degree of seclusion for the play area.
At the front of the house on the ground floor, are an elegant entrance hall and two formal reception rooms. To the rear are a utility room, WC and a large kitchen/dining room that could be extended (subject to planning permission), leading to the garden.
On the upper floors, there are currently four bedrooms and a study. The master bedroom boasts a large dressing room and amazing views of the River. There are two bathrooms, plenty of eaves storage and spacious landing.
Barnes Village offers an eclectic range of shops, award winning restaurants and the famous duck pond.
The closest transport link is at Barnes Bridge station which offers a frequent service into Waterloo. There is also a regular bus service into Hammersmith which benefits from an underground service and bus network.
There are some excellent schools in the area including St Paul's, The Harrodian and the Swedish School, whilst for younger pupils there is Colet Court, Barnes Primary and St Osmund's (RC).
For the sports enthusiasts, The Riverside Health Club is just across Barnes Bridge while Rocks Lane offers a wide range of sporting activities.
Close to the new Rick Stein restaurant in Barnes.
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