riverhomes is delighted to bring to market this magnificent Georgian Grade II listed mid terrace waterside town house. The imposing terrace of 5 houses is faced with unusual ''White Kentish' brick and was erected in the 1790s. From about 1850 to 1929 houses 53 and 53A were occupied as one property known as ''The Ferns'; you can still make out the name between the windows of no 53A. The property, which has been in the same family since the 1930s is presented in original condition, with access from both the foot path and Thames Road, via a double garage/studio. Mucklowe House is raised up from the foot path and upon entering there is a bright and spacious reception room, with beautiful views of the River Thames and a bedroom with en suite bathroom, leading onto the kitchen/diner overlooking a good size mature courtyard garden. On the first floor there is another stunning reception room with river views and a further kitchen/diner, bedroom and toilet. On the top floor there are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is also a further reception room and art room in the lower ground floor, the entire property has an artistic feeling about it, having been the family home to the eminent artist Jeff Hoare, from where he submerged his "sea paintings" into the Thames. Strand on the Green is an idyllic riverside spot well known for its beauty and tranquillity, historic pubs, local sailing, abundant river wildlife, and friendly community.There are brilliant communications by road and rail (District line, Overground and National Rail services) to Heathrow in 20 minutes and Waterloo in 35 minutes, and superb shopping, restaurants etc. in nearby Chiswick High road. Viewing is highly recommended: This really is a unique, once in a lifetime opportunity, to stamp your own mark on this gorgeous Georgian gem. No onward chain. EPC exempt. Click here to view video tour.
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riverhomes is delighted to bring to market this magnificent Victorian detached cottage on the banks of Kew Riverside, built circa 1882.Full details > Save to shortlist >
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