An elegant Grade II listed riverfront property, built circa 1763, boasting a picturesque outlook of the River Thames. Situated on one of South West London s prime residential streets, the property offers an incomparable panoramic vista and proximity to the delights of Barnes Village.
The ground floor comprises a welcoming porch, a cloakroom, a generous reception room and an open-plan kitchen and dining room. The space is flooded with natural light via large windows and a vaulted glass roof to the rear. Through the pretty patio garden is a two-storey annexe offering additional accommodation; a reception room and kitchen, a cloakroom, two double bedrooms and a shower room. There is private access to the annexe from Terrace Gardens at the back of the property.
The first and second floors of the main house provide a secondary reception room on the first floor for optimum uninterrupted river views, a master bedroom facing the Thames with an en-suite shower room, two further double bedrooms and a well-proportioned bathroom with a sunken bathtub.
The Terrace is conveniently set moments from the amenities, boutiques and eateries of Barnes High Street and is well-served by local bus routes. Barnes Bridge Station is just along the same parade as the house and provides frequent service into London Waterloo. The public transport hub at Hammersmith and the A3 and M4 are within a short drive. Renowned schools in the area include The Harrodian and St Paul s Boys and Junior School.
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