A stunning late Victorian house, full of character, with the most enchanting 110 foot south-west facing garden that meanders down to the banks of the river Crane.
Accessed via a pretty front garden, this charming property retains a tremendous amount of period detail, with the ground floor comprising an entrance hall, two large connected reception rooms, a modern kitchen with solid oak units, granite work surfaces and separate utility cupboards.The bright garden room opens out onto the simply idyllic rear garden. This magical garden is of very special note, extending to 110 feet and including a bespoke dining area suspended over a delightful wildlife pond, numerous mature plants and trees and a decked terrace overlooking the Crane from which to enjoy the afternoon and evening sun. The property also benefits from useful cellar storage, encompassing a significant area beneath the ground floor.
Accommodation to the first floor comprises a delightful master bedroom with original features and a built-in wardrobe, single bedroom/study and a large family bathroom, sympathetically modernised and with a free standing roll-top bath, luxury shower and some beautiful bespoke fixtures and fittings. An impressive, spacious double bedroom with far reaching views forms the second floor, with storage provided into the eaves and scope to add an additional bedroom or bathroom.
This property represents a fabulous opportunity to acquire a period house that a purchaser could simply move into and enjoy but also has significant potential to expand/reconfigure to a buyers own taste and subject to any necessary consent. Add to this a dream of a garden and one really has a very special long-term home, and indeed one for all seasons.
From Richmond Bridge St. Margaret's is just a short amble down the St. Margaret's Road. This most endearing village has a strong sense of community, and is served by a wonderful selection of independent shops and restaurants along Crown Road and around the mainline station. The river and glorious expanses of Marble Hill Park mark the easterly boundary, while on the other side of the A316 St. Margaret's stretches as far as Talbot Road. With Moormead Park (home to the annual St. Margaret's Fair), riverside walks into Richmond and its outstanding local schools and thriving independent amenities, 'St. Mags' really is every inch the urban village.
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