This stunning and unique, environmentally conscious, architect-designed house sits in the heart of Old Isleworth's conservation area. Set in a surprisingly large, tranquil and mature garden in excess of 5,000 sq. ft. with beautiful views of the nearby Norman Church tower. The River Thames is a stone's throw away and Syon House and Park a mere two minutes' walk. The house has been thoughtfully and comprehensively designed throughout. To its centre boasts an expansive open-plan, modern fitted kitchen / dining / reception room with vaulted ceilings and exposed steelwork. The entire ground and lower ground floors have solid oak-engineered flooring and underfloor heating powered by a state-of-the-art air-source heat pump contributing to the interior's clean lines. With its south-west facing aspect and 10 metres of sliding doors opening onto a large area of decking, maximum light and sunshine can be enjoyed. The split-level accommodation provides a superb master suite with en suite shower room and walk-in wardrobe to the first floor and two further double bedrooms with separate modern family bathroom to the lower ground floor. From Church Street, the property is accessed along a short driveway and through the former coach house via remotely operated electronic gates. Above the gates is a renovated loft with power and a view of the River Thames suitable for a variety of uses. There is a private off-street parking area for two cars. The main garden has a delightful summer house also with power and retains its original copper roof. The secluded rear garden has two patio areas, again designed to make the most of the desirable aspect and lovely views. Old Isleworth is within easy reach of Central London by train (Syon Lane to Waterloo) and is close to the M3 and M4. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a spectacular and highly unusual property with an NHBC guarantee. There is no onward chain and an early viewing is highly recommended. EPC rating C.