The Property Partnership are delighted to offer this wonderfully characterful home, comprising the upper floors of the former Albert Arms public house, and offering expansive accommodation in excess of 2400 square feet, a walled garden, off-street-parking and roof terrace with 360 degree views of London, including Kew Gardens, Richmond Park, Post Office Tower and The Shard.
A family home of twenty-five years, this unique property is accessed via a private entrance on Eleanor Grove, with the entrance hall leading to a cloakroom and study/music room, with views over the garden. The sheer dimensions of the property strike one on rising to the first floor, the focal point of which is a simply stunning L-shaped reception/dining room with incredibly high-ceilings and multiple near floor-to-ceiling arched windows. The first floor also contains an eat-in kitchen with views over the garden, as well as a study/bedroom. The second floor offers four double bedrooms with original fireplaces and two bathrooms, including one adjoining the master suite. From the second floor a staircase leads to the 700 square foot roof terrace, with its breath-taking views of the London skyline.
Steeped in a rich cultural heritage, this landmark property has been the home of many creatives including artists, writers and musicians. It is a truly unique home, offering superb living/entertaining space in a characterful environment, while affording the owner great privacy.
The property is ideally placed from which to enjoy the gentle riverside buzz of eclectic White Hart Lane, with its independent cafes and restaurants. Rick Stein's first London restaurant overlooks the Thames from Tideway Yard, 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 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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