Property Details

Chase Buchanan are pleased to offer this EXCEPTIONAL Grade II listed GEORGIAN SIX BEDROOM DETACHED house, steeped in history and located within OSTERLEY PARK boasting HIGH CEILINGS, PERIOD FIREPLACES, THREE ACRES OF GROUNDS.....

Reputedly partly designed by the legendary architect Robert Adam in 1760 for Samuel Child and lovingly restored and maintained, the property is truly a unique and beautiful home.

Owned by the Child's family and subsequent Earls of Jersey until sold in 1981, the house itself is a perfect example of buildings of the period. Boasting many stand out features including high decorative ceilings, and period fireplaces. The stunning bay at the rear of the house with its curved windows creates a beautiful half-moon shape to the drawing room, master bedroom and further bedroom above.

The house offers adaptable accommodation arranged over three floors. The ground floor has two fabulous reception rooms, a study, kitchen/breakfast room with utility room off. The upper floors boast six large double bedrooms, one ensuite and two further full size bathrooms. From the top floor there are panoramic views over Osterley Park and way beyond.

From the moment you reach the driveway, you are met with the grandeur and nostalgia of Georgian England. The property has three acres of grounds which is divided into three areas. There is a one acre walled parterre garden given over mainly to old English roses but also containing a long pleached avenue, a croquet lawn and a labyrinth. The walls are built of the original Georgian bricks. There is also a large orchard (formerly a paddock) and finally a separate substantial garden around the house itself with large barn, with possibility of conversion.

The property is situated next to Osterley Park Farm whose cows graze in the surrounding fields within Osterley Park, thus adding to the impression of country living.

From the breathtakingly immaculate setting to the extraordinary house itself, this stunning residence rightfully deserves its description of ‘rus in urbe‘ as it truly is a slice of country in the city.

To fully appreciate this spectacular home please contact Chase Buchanan for internal viewing.

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