This majestic house enjoys a enjoys a rare and enviable raised position overlooking the River Thames. Originally built as a dairy / farmhouse on the Burlington Estate, the original building dates back to 1697.
The eighteenth century double-fronted house is set back from Strand-on-the-Green behind a walled mature garden. With large windows, the house has exceptional river views and it is flooded with natural light.
The house has a distinctly farmhouse feel with numerous period features. The ground floor offers a large double reception room with elegant log burning fireplace and double doors leading out to the fabulous secluded walled garden.
On the ground floor there is also a cloakroom and access into the lower ground playroom with additional storage areas. To the right of the spacious hallway is a dining room and a kitchen which leads through to a conservatory, the stove in the kitchen lends a feeling of country living right through the house. At the back of the conservatory is a door that leads through to the annexe. This can also be accessed via the garage which ensures a separate entrance to the annexe from main house.
The annex comprises three rooms, and a bathroom, the first floor room is currently used as a study and boasts river views. In the main house the first floor provides four very good size bedrooms, a family bathroom and a shower room. All rooms enjoy wonderful views either overlooking the River Thames or across the pretty courtyard garden to the rear.
The property has been extensively extended using 17th century handmade bricks sourced from the demolition of the Royal Mint building and original Georgian oak panelling.View payable Stamp Duty for this property