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A substantial detached family home situated on the prestigious Roedean Crescent which is located close to the Roehampton gate entrance of Richmond Park. The property offers outstanding lateral space arranged over two floors with the total internal area coming to approximately 4570 sq ft with room to extend subject to the usual planning permissions. The property stands on an impressive plot with ample off-street parking, a double length integrated garage, side access into a approx 100ft landscaped garden with mature trees and shrubs.
The ground floor comprises of a separate reception and kitchen to the front of the property, a utility room with side access and study with double French doors leading out to the garden. An impressive open plan living/dining room situated to the rear of the property has spectacular views and access to the mature rear garden. Situated on the first floor, the striking master suite benefits from his and hers dressing areas and an en-suite with bath and a double shower unit. Three further bedrooms on this floor have en-suite shower rooms, two of which also benefit from dressing areas. Two more bedrooms are found further down the landing and share a family bathroom.
The area boasts numerous amenities nearby such as the sporting facilities of The Riverside Club, The Roehampton Club, The Bank of England Sports Ground and a host of golf courses. Shopping facilities and restaurants can be found in nearby Barnes, East Sheen and Putney a long with many excellent schools such as St Pauls, Tower House, Ibstock Place, Colet Court and the German and Swedish schools.
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"Detached family home with potential to extend (STPP) near to Richmond Park."
Andrew Du Vergier