Confident, distinctive and eminently comfortable lateral living Victorian maisonette enviably positioned within close proximity of Kew's iconic village. This exceptional apartment, presented in excellent order throughout comprises of an impressive 26ft x 14ft (approximate) reception room with stripped wooden flooring, shaker style kitchen with French doors opening onto a private zoned, East facing rear garden ideal for a summer soiree. A well-proportioned master bedroom lies to the front of the property offering a plethora of original detail typical of the era. A second bedroom can be found to the middle of the apartment with a bathroom off the hallway.
This apartment offers the prospective buyer the luxury, convenience and efficiency of a high specification renovation set within imposing period walls. 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 Kews 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.
Kew is a sought after, affluent area in south west London. Its village charm...
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"Exceptional period maisonette with private garden"