- Grade II period home; 1372 sqft (gross area inclusive of annex)
- Potential to extend (STPP)
- Roof terrace measuring 208 sqft (not included in gross area)
- Multi-purpose self-contained annex 166 sqft
- Minutes from Richmond amenities and station
Rarely available Grade II period home enviably positioned on the highly coveted St John’s Grove in Richmond. It is a 'stones throw' from the full range of Richmond's attractions and amenities, and just minutes from Richmond station.
There is a lot to love about this property; its architecture, proportions and detailing. It was built to be admired and demands the same today. This exquisite, brick built, detached house has a delightful front garden which aptly sets the tone for this unique home.
The secluded entrance leads to a large, formal reception room retaining an array of original features; most impressively a spectacular triple mullioned window with integral wooden shutters.
A second reception room, at the heart of the house offers flexible living arrangements and leads to a large, versatile eat in kitchen and breakfast room. French doors lead onto an alluring, low maintenance garden with brick built self-contained beds. A well-positioned cloakroom completes the ground floor. The garden also contains an original brick and slate multi-purpose annex with it own kitchen and bathroom.
On the first floor, to the front of the property is the master bedroom offering impressive proportions and built in storage space, also with its own original triple mullioned window. A spacious family bathroom is accessed from a large central hallway. A second double bedroom leads onto a unique roof terrace offering an ideal retreat for relaxing outdoors.
This charming home has to be viewed to be appreciated. It has potential to extend subject to planning permission.
Richmond 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. Richmond has a strong sense of community and 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 Richmond’s exceptional transport links with London Overground, District line & South West Trains mainline running from the centrally located station.
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