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King George Square, Richmond, TW10

3 bedroom house

£1,750,000 Freehold

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  • 3 Bedrooms  |  3 Bathrooms  |  2 Reception Rooms  |  Cloakroom  |  Parking  |  Gardens

A rare chance to purchase a very well presented detached Grade II listed character house, on just two levels, within a prestigious gated development with Porter. This is one of those deceiving properties that you do really only appreciate by actually viewing as there is wonderful entertaining space, good ceiling height to the main reception spaces, natural light everywhere and professionally landscaped gardens.

A rare chance to purchase a very well presented detached Grade II listed character house, on just two levels, within a prestigious gated development adjacent to Richmond Park, with Porter. This is one of those deceiving properties that you do really only appreciate by actually viewing as there is wonderful entertaining space, good ceiling height to the main reception spaces, natural light everywhere and professionally landscaped gardens.

With the greater part of the accommodation space being on the ground floor the property also offers the chance for teenagers or older relatives to be in different areas of the house without getting on top of each other.

The house is beautifully maintained and being detached and on just two floors, has much greater light from more windows than many terraced or semi-detached houses in a similar position.

The two reception rooms both offer multiple aspects, both with views over the delightful rear garden as well as the large courtyard at the front of the property that sets it back from the development.

The main rear garden is circa 40' x 36' (12m x 11m) whilst the front courtyard is some 32' (9.8m)in depth. There is also a further more hidden courtyard just near the kitchen offering a good degree of privacy whilst still getting the sun at certain times of day. All garden and courtyard areas benefit from a professionally fitted, electronically controlled irrigation system and outside lighting, making looking after these areas as easy as possible.

There is also allocated parking with the property, immediately next to the house for one car with a further allocated space for a second car available close by subject to negotiation with the vendor of this property.

Internally there is also a professionally installed multi room sound system.

With the original occupant, a William Harvey (and his family), paid a mere £25 (plus board and lodging) annually in 1839, times have indeed moved on, for both employees and this characterful detached property. Originally the Porters Lodge, Coach House and Stable block to a Georgian Workhouse that later became the Kingsmead and Grove Road Hospital, this property has been altered several times over the years, extensively in 1883 when the separate buildings were linked together and then some 100 years or so later, so now offers two separate reception rooms, one being 21' x 15', three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a separate w.c.

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A rare chance to purchase a very well presented detached Grade II listed character house, on just two levels, within a prestigious gated development with Porter. This is one of those deceiving properties that you do really only appreciate by actually viewing as there is wonderful entertaining space, good ceiling height to the main reception spaces, natural light everywhere and professionally landscaped gardens.

A rare chance to purchase a very well presented detached Grade II listed character house, on just two levels, within a prestigious gated development adjacent to Richmond Park, with Porter. This is one of those deceiving properties that you do really only appreciate by actually viewing as there is wonderful entertaining space, good ceiling height to the main reception spaces, natural light everywhere and professionally landscaped gardens.

With the greater part of the accommodation space being on the ground floor the property also offers the chance for teenagers or older relatives to be in different areas of the house without getting on top of each other.

The house is beautifully maintained and being detached and on just two floors, has much greater light from more windows than many terraced or semi-detached houses in a similar position.

The two reception rooms both offer multiple aspects, both with views over the delightful rear garden as well as the large courtyard at the front of the property that sets it back from the development.

The main rear garden is circa 40' x 36' (12m x 11m) whilst the front courtyard is some 32' (9.8m)in depth. There is also a further more hidden courtyard just near the kitchen offering a good degree of privacy whilst still getting the sun at certain times of day. All garden and courtyard areas benefit from a professionally fitted, electronically controlled irrigation system and outside lighting, making looking after these areas as easy as possible.

There is also allocated parking with the property, immediately next to the house for one car with a further allocated space for a second car available close by subject to negotiation with the vendor of this property.

Internally there is also a professionally installed multi room sound system.

With the original occupant, a William Harvey (and his family), paid a mere £25 (plus board and lodging) annually in 1839, times have indeed moved on, for both employees and this characterful detached property. Originally the Porters Lodge, Coach House and Stable block to a Georgian Workhouse that later became the Kingsmead and Grove Road Hospital, this property has been altered several times over the years, extensively in 1883 when the separate buildings were linked together and then some 100 years or so later, so now offers two separate reception rooms, one being 21' x 15', three bedrooms, three bathrooms and a separate w.c.

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