The Property Partnership are delighted to offer this simply stunning double-fronted five bedroom period house with west-facing garden, perfectly situated from which to enjoy the riverside charms of both White Hart Lane and Barnes village.
Offering expansive, light-filled accommodation over three well-balanced floors, this turnkey property perfectly encapsulates the conveniences of modern living with the warmth and charm of a period home. Architect designed throughout, every aspect of the living space has been considered to maximise its efficiency and aesthetic appeal, with the result a home that is as functional as it is beautiful. The property is characterised by an abundance of natural light, clever architectural features, and the quality of materials incorporated throughout.
As a home it flows beautifully, approached via a small front garden and comprising to the ground floor an entrance hall, reception, second reception/study, utility room/WC and an absolute dream of a kitchen-diner enjoying views of the garden through near ceiling-height Ultraline bi-fold doors. The landscaped west-facing garden is of particular note, benefitting from an irrigation system and the discernible width enjoyed by these double-fronted houses. The first floor contains a primary double bedroom suite with steps down to a generous bathroom with separate shower. Two further double bedrooms are located on this floor, in addition to a family bathroom. The excellent ceiling-heights and sense of light and space continue on the second floor, which offers two further cleverly arranged bedrooms, as well as a shower room and access to ample eaves storage.
The property has an integrated alarm system/ring cameras and is packed with convenient, time and money-saving technology, including smart room-by-room heating, phone-controlled heating/lighting/TV/audio, a centralised server and a range of additional features.
Double-fronted properties are a rarity on First Avenue, which is a pretty, tree-lined street perfectly situated from which to enjoy the gentle buzz of eclectic White Hart Lane, with its independent cafes and restaurants. At the bottom of the road, Rick Stein's first London restaurant overlooks the Thames from Tideway Yard at the bottom of the road, while the terrace of the White Hart pub is the perfect vantage point from which to toast the closing leg of the Boat Race. A gentle stroll along the Thames path takes you into Barnes village, with its riverside pubs, duck pond, regular farmers market and array of cafes and boutiques. The Olympic Cinema is a favourite with many locals, while transport-wise regular services into Waterloo are provided via Barnes, Barnes Bridge and Mortlake mainline stations.
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