A magnificent unique designer house with swimming pool, backing onto the largest Royal Park in London, with unsurpassed panoramic views.
Richmond Park was created by King Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park and is the largest enclosed space in London. Besides plenty of flora and fauna, it has around 630 red and fallow deer that roam freely within much of the park, together with a spectrum of water fowl in and around it's beautiful ponds.
The park is a Nature Reserve and home to the famous Isabella Plantation and White Lodge, which was formerly a royal residence and is now the Royal Ballet School.
Measuring 3.69 square miles (955 hectares or 2,360 acres), it is comparable in size to Paris's Bois de Vincennes and around three times the size of Central Park in New York. It includes a golf course, horse riding and other facilities for sport and recreation.
This attractive double fronted detached house has an impressive hallway, leading to a large reception room with an adjoining retreat room and a separate formal dining room. There is also a discrete cloakroom off the entrance hall.
The sitting room leads to the kitchen with a breakfast dining area, with views of the garden.
The ground floor also has a large functional utility room, garage and covered tradesmen access to the garden with generous storage area.
The first floor comprises of the master suite with a large dressing room and marbled en-suite bathroom. There are a further four bedrooms, one with a balcony and two bathrooms.
On the second floor, there is an en-suite bedroom, a further two bedrooms, a bathroom and ample eaves storage.
The attractive south west facing garden has a pool house and swimming pool.