This handsome house is approached via a carriage driveway with steps leading up to the front door. The raised ground floor consists of a formal reception room with lovely period features, the kitchen/dining room which spans the width of the house overlooking the gorgeous garden, a secondary reception room/study and a cloakroom. French doors in the kitchen lead out to the decorative balcony with stairs down to the garden. The mature garden is mostly laid to lawn, with mature shrubs and trees and a terrace adjoining the house perfect for al fresco eating.
The master bedroom suite is on the first floor with a generously sized dressing room, the utility room is also on this floor. Upstairs are two futher large double bedrooms, a bathroom and the fifth bedroom.
On the lower ground floor, there is side access, a third reception room with direct access to the garden, a double bedroom, a utility room,and a bathroom. At this level the Coach House comprises a store room and a studio accessed through the garage.
Barnes nestles within a loop in the Thames between Richmond and Putney, just a short hop over Hammersmith Bridge. Contained by the river on three sides and by Barnes Common to the south, leafy Barnes retains a decidedly countrified air and is known for the strength of its schools including St. Paul's and the Harrodian. At the heart of the village lies Barnes Pond and Green, and an attractive High Street. The areas proximity to open spaces, including the Wetlands Centre and Richmond Park, make Barnes the ideal home for those wishing to combine swift access to London with the qualities of village life.
There is potential to extend (subject to planning permission). Planning Permission had been granted in April 2015 and has now expired.
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