This substantial Victorian home is located on one of Richmond Hill's premier streets. It is one of the two largest houses in Lancaster Park, built by the original architect for his own occupation. The accommodation is arranged over three floors, there is also a large cellar and cleared roof space. The property has retained many Victorian features including original cornicing and marble and limestone fireplaces.
The ground floor comprises of a stunning reception room with a feature fireplace, bay window and alcove storage. Double doors lead to a further reception room with lots of built in storage which flows through into a large open plan kitchen and dining room, creating a lovely open-plan living space. The fully fitted kitchen includes a red/white wine fridge and steam oven. The southerly aspect patio garden is accessed via two sets of double doors and is perfect for summer entertaining. There is also a downstairs WC and access to the cellar from the ground floor. The first floor has three double bedrooms and two bathrooms, including a large master suite with an ensuite bathroom. The top floor has a further two double bedrooms and one large family bathroom. The property also has a cellar that offers extensive storage space. This property also benefits from under floor heating in the bathrooms, Lutron lighting, Cat 5 cabling throughout and an irrigation system in the garden.
Lancaster Park is conveniently located for the amenities of Richmond town centre and Richmond Hill, with Richmond Park, Terrace Gardens, Richmond Riverside and Richmond train station all being close by.
Richmond train station offers access to and from London by tube or rail via the District line, South West trains and the London Overground service.
Some of the areas best schools are located close by.
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