Carlile Place, Richmond, London, TW10
A charming three bedroom home in the sought after 'Flowers' enclave with no onward chain.
A delightful three bedroom example of these pretty arts & crafts influenced cottages. Built circa 1928 in response to the Addison Act (1919) which demanded homes for heroes for the returning soldiers of the Great War. These houses were designed as a reaction against the back-to-back slums which were felt to have contributed to the poor condition of the British fighting man. Meanwhile back in the 21st century what we now enjoy are large gardens with open vistas in a pleasantly landscaped setting. The house itself is decorated in a bright contemporary style which helps to enhance the flow of natural light throughout.
The accommodation comprises three bedrooms, a recently fitted and well- appointed kitchen from which the gorgeous 43 foot garden is accessed, a dining room, a well-proportioned bathroom and a separate snug reception room. The house is beautifully presented and harmoniously balanced. Having said that there is scope to extend to the rear subject to the usual consents. Family houses this charming rarely remain available for long so an early viewing is highly recommended.
Situated in the popular area known locally as 'The Flowers' Wallflower Street is a delightful residential family road. Many local amenities and transport links are within easy reach, and Ark Conway primary school, rated outstanding by Ofsted, is literally around the corner.
Guide Price £1,750,000 Freehold