Luxuriously appointed Georgian home enviably positioned overlooking Kew's historic Green.
This luxurious family house, advantageously positioned on one of Kew's premier residential roads, has been skilfully extended, comprehensively refurbished and delicately remodelled throughout. Displaying tastefully contemporary interior design balanced against a plethora of original detail, this home offers the prospective buyer the luxury, convenience and comfort of a high specification renovation set within imposing period walls.
Classic formal front reception room captained by a flat fronted period window over looking Kew's iconic Green, a feature fireplace complete with wood burner stove and stripped wood flooring completes this most enchanting of spaces.
The rear of the ground holds a spectacular 24 Ft x 16 Ft (approx) kitchen/dinning room beautifully encapsulating modernity complete with a bespoke hand built kitchen (deVOL style) and exquisite mandarin stone, tumbled limestone tiles with under floor heating.
Oversized, low profile sliding doors lead onto an alluring 46 Ft x 19 Ft (approx) walled garden specifically designed by a landscape architect housing a vegetable patch and established plants.
A well positioned utility room (with butler sink) and WC complete the ground floor.
A turned staircase leads to a master bedroom with ample built in storage, twin window overlooking a balcony with far reaching views of Kew Green. To the middle of this floor space is an opulent family bathroom with a roll top bath and separate walk in shower. A bedroom to the rear of the house completes the first floor.
A further turned staircase leads to the top floor which holds a further two double bedrooms.
Kew has its own distinctive, unrivalled identity which charms residents and visitors alike. Its individuality stems from those highly desirable amenities associated with metropolitan living, independent shops, chic cafes, restaurants and public houses, combined with the tranquil charms of The Thames riverside, the proximity of Richmond Park and, of course, The Royal Botanic Gardens (Kew Gardens) world heritage site.
Kew has a strong sense of community as demonstrated by the hugely popular local events. Kew village market is held monthly and, in summer, Kew Green hosts the Kew Village Fete and cricket.
Kew is the perfect place for buyers looking for an idyllic environment to bring up a family, with exceptional schooling options in both the private and state sector. Another bonus is Kew s exceptional transport links with both overground and underground lines running from the centrally located Kew Gardens station, the close proximity of the M3 and M4, and the A4 providing easy access to central London.
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