One of the best positioned Semi- Detached/End of Terrace Edwardian houses in Barnes Village, overlooking Barnes Common and Barnes Green. The property is located on this very popular quiet cul de sac next to Beverley Brook with pedestrian access over the Brook just a few minutes’ walk from the centre of the village leading its many shops and cafes. The house has outstanding views from all aspects of the accommodation. The property retains many of its original features and has high ceilings and well-proportioned rooms throughout.
The ground floor consists of a hallway, with original flooring, high ceilings with original features, leading to a bright and large kitchen fitted with a Neff electric, ceramic-topped cooker with separate oven; connections for dishwasher and washing machine, there is also cloakroom and separate storage room. There is a stunning double reception room with French Windows leading directly onto the garden which provides access to Barnes Green and Barnes Common. There is also a cellar, providing ample storage which measures the whole footprint of the property.
The first floor consists of three very good sized bright double bedrooms, all providing stunning views over the common and Barnes Green. There is a family bathroom and a separate WC. The very large master bedroom has a private balcony overlooking the brook and Barnes Green.
The second floor consists of three further bedrooms, the larger of which has again high ceilings. There is potential to further extent the loft (subject to normal planning procedures)
A high quality extension was added to the south-west (kitchen) corner in the 1980s. It consists of a stylish bronze-framed, rectangular bay window running up through the first floor. A similar window runs up to roof height from a small first-floor balcony.
The beautifully landscaped rear lawned garden runs across the width of the house and is 19’ deep. There is a paved patio in addition to the rear garden and a similar paved area on the street frontage, where there is a water butt for additional plants.
Situated 7 minutes’ walk from Barnes main-line station and bus-stops giving access to Hammersmith, the property is ideally suited for commuters. Journey time to Waterloo is approximately 17 minutes; Hammersmith, with Piccadilly, District and Metropolitan underground lines, takes 10-20 minutes by bus.