Rarely available house built on a sizeable plot on St. Pauls Road in Richmond. This end of terrace house was built in 1923 by Francis Adolphus Jones, a local builder who developed the houses on the south side of this tree lined road. He occupied this house whilst he constructed the properties on Castlegate & tactically took a section of all the other gardens on this run for himself creating this enviable plot.
The property, to the ground floor comprises of a hallway with 3 pained casement window to the left hand side, impressive front reception with working gas fire captained by a 5 pained bay window providing an abundance of natural light, snug/study room, rear reception room with Morso double burning wood burner enabling it to be used in a smoke free zone & a impressive double glazed French doors leading onto an all glass lean too structure housing a grape vine which leads to a spectacular mature garden home too a quince, apricot, damson, mulberry, apple & twisted hazel nut tree. This beautiful right angled garden measures an impressive 86ft x 32ft & houses a garage & off street parking with direct access off Castlegate. A linked kitchen (De Dietrich 5 cylinder gas hob & double oven) with vaulted ceiling joins the rear reception room & a useful utility room. A WC is cleverly tucked away under the stairs.
The first floor is accessed via an original turned staircase leading to 4 bedrooms, family bathroom & a separate toilet. There is a spacious loft space which is boarded & can be accessed via a wooden loft ladder.
Richmond station can be accessed within 0.6 miles & Kew Gardens station can be reached within 0.8 miles.
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