Known as Linkfield Lodge, this house is steeped in history and its authenticity is apparent in every room.
Internally there are two symmetrical reception rooms either side of the central staircase, original exposed brick fireplace, wide wooden floor boards, high ceilings, reproduction Georgian wallpaper and wonderfully restored ceiling roses and coving are a few of the beautiful features.
A step down leads to a large eat in kitchen, with separate utility room, and then a further galley spanning the width of the house with WC. There is a further large reception room, a later addition to the side of the property and a versatile space.
The staircase, with original balustrade and brass stair rods leads up to four bright and beautiful bedrooms, overlooking the grounds of the lodge through lattice windows, and there are two bathrooms, one with under floor heating.
Externally this fantastic house is architecturally stunning with an arbour framing the front door, traditional flat frontage, character shutters, cut brick decoration and sitting on a large plot.
There are two garages, off street parking for four cars, and a secluded rear garden, further grounds to the front are set behind mature trees.
This incredible home offers a rich and generous history while it is also ideal for modern and versatile living.
Situated on Linkfield Road, this family home is a short walk to Isleworth mainline station, close to the riverside at Old Isleworth, the Duke of Northumberland Estate Syon house, the tow path walk to Richmond and some of the areas best schools.