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Woodlands Road, Barnes, London, SW13

7 bedroom house in Barnes

Guide price £5,400,000 Freehold

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  • Period Detached House  |  Four Reception Rooms  |  Seven Bedrooms  |  Four Bathrooms  |  Large Garden  |  Private Parking

A substantial and imposing double fronted Victorian detached family house which is ideal for country lovers and dog walkers with woods, common and Richmond Park nearby, the property is situated at the end of one of Barnes' most prestigious residential cul-de-sacs.

A substantial and imposing double fronted Victorian detatched family house which is ideal for country lovers and dog walkers with woods, common and Richmond Park nearby, the property is situated at the end of one of Barnes' most prestigious residential cul-de-sacs.

The property is approached via the front garden or from the driveway with its off street parking for several cars.

Internally the house has been carefully maintained and offers a wealth of original period features.

The house has an emphasis on living space with the ground entrance hall leading to a through reception room featuring a large bay window, fireplaces, an ornate ceiling and French windows leading to the conservatory which has underfloor heating.

The hall also leads to a separate dining room, a cloakroom with wine cellar and the spacious kitchen complete with Aga and colourful tiles. Tucked away in a corner of the kitchen is the door to the utility room and the kitchen opens into the large conservatory.

The first floor provides for the master bedroom suite comprising two large rooms and a modern en-suite bathroom with shower, a bedroom currently used as a study and a guest suite with an en-suite shower room.

The stairs lead to a half landing with a store room and the second floor with a large landing, four large bedrooms (one with en-suite bathroom and shower room) and a family bathroom.

The garden wraps around the house stretching to 145 feet in one direction and 116 feet in the other. There is a large terrace and lawn and a green canopy of mature trees and plants. Set on high, the constantly used conservatory surveys the wonderful view of the garden.

Location
Situated off Vine Road close to the cricket pitch, at the end of a premier road with access to Barnes Station and the City via Waterloo and central London and Heathrow via the A4 and M4.

There are excellent shops and restaurants and coffee shops in the area with a Waitrose and Sainsburys as well as many delicatessen.

There are excellent local schools including St Paul's and Ibstock Place with East Sheen and Thomson House primary schools.

For the sports and keep fit enthusiasts, The Roehampton Club and the LTA National Centre are situated close by. The Bank of England Club, Rosslyn Park Rugby Club and Richmond Park are also nearby.

Barnes is famous for its village atmosphere with its pond, cafes, cimema and Wetlands Wildlife Nature Reserve. Further shopping centres are available at Richmond, Putney and Hammersmith.

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A substantial and imposing double fronted Victorian detached family house which is ideal for country lovers and dog walkers with woods, common and Richmond Park nearby, the property is situated at the end of one of Barnes' most prestigious residential cul-de-sacs.

A substantial and imposing double fronted Victorian detatched family house which is ideal for country lovers and dog walkers with woods, common and Richmond Park nearby, the property is situated at the end of one of Barnes' most prestigious residential cul-de-sacs.

The property is approached via the front garden or from the driveway with its off street parking for several cars.

Internally the house has been carefully maintained and offers a wealth of original period features.

The house has an emphasis on living space with the ground entrance hall leading to a through reception room featuring a large bay window, fireplaces, an ornate ceiling and French windows leading to the conservatory which has underfloor heating.

The hall also leads to a separate dining room, a cloakroom with wine cellar and the spacious kitchen complete with Aga and colourful tiles. Tucked away in a corner of the kitchen is the door to the utility room and the kitchen opens into the large conservatory.

The first floor provides for the master bedroom suite comprising two large rooms and a modern en-suite bathroom with shower, a bedroom currently used as a study and a guest suite with an en-suite shower room.

The stairs lead to a half landing with a store room and the second floor with a large landing, four large bedrooms (one with en-suite bathroom and shower room) and a family bathroom.

The garden wraps around the house stretching to 145 feet in one direction and 116 feet in the other. There is a large terrace and lawn and a green canopy of mature trees and plants. Set on high, the constantly used conservatory surveys the wonderful view of the garden.

Location
Situated off Vine Road close to the cricket pitch, at the end of a premier road with access to Barnes Station and the City via Waterloo and central London and Heathrow via the A4 and M4.

There are excellent shops and restaurants and coffee shops in the area with a Waitrose and Sainsburys as well as many delicatessen.

There are excellent local schools including St Paul's and Ibstock Place with East Sheen and Thomson House primary schools.

For the sports and keep fit enthusiasts, The Roehampton Club and the LTA National Centre are situated close by. The Bank of England Club, Rosslyn Park Rugby Club and Richmond Park are also nearby.

Barnes is famous for its village atmosphere with its pond, cafes, cimema and Wetlands Wildlife Nature Reserve. Further shopping centres are available at Richmond, Putney and Hammersmith.

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