A substantial end-of-terrace house, situated in the very heart of Barnes Village, with one of the finest views in the area. Located directly opposite Barnes Pond and common, the property dates back to 1890 and offers in excess of 3,500 square feet of accommodation. Many rooms retain period features and boast high ceilings. Further benefits include side access and off-street parking for several cars at the front of the property.
On the ground floor, a light and welcoming entrance hall leads to a grand bay-fronted double reception room and a guest cloakroom. At the rear of the property, is an exceptionally spacious kitchen and dining room with a conservatory overlooking the mature landscaped garden. The garden is 67 feet long and provides two patio areas, a lawn and shrubbery at the borders.
Upstairs, the first floor features a very light bay-fronted master bedroom suite, occupying the full-width of the house and overlooking the pond, and a spacious en-suite master bathroom. Also on this floor, is a second good-sized double bedroom, overlooking the garden, plus another bathroom. The third and fourth bedrooms are on the second floor, along with a third bathroom. The top floor houses a very large double bedroom, the full width of the house, with two French windows onto balconies overlooking the pond and Barnes Common.
Barnes Village offers an array of independent boutiques, and eateries, as well as some High Street favourites and some award-winning restaurants. The Village also hosts a weekly Farmers Market. Convenient transport links are at Barnes and Barnes Bridge stations, which offer frequent service into London Waterloo. There are regular bus routes towards Hammersmith, which benefits from an underground network and further buses. There are some excellent schools in the area including St Paul's Boys and Juniors, The Harrodian and the Swedish School.