The property is the new build part of the Church street renovation project. Designed and built by the award winning designer Louise McDonnell, this project deservedly won the award for the Best Residential Renovation/Redevelopment UK at the 2015 International Property Awards.
Completed to an exceptionally high standard the property is an outstanding example of a new build blending into a conservation area. Comprising accommodation arranged over three spacious floors the property offers a luxury living environment ordinarily only found in much larger properties.
Features include a fabulous bespoke kitchen overlooking a large reception with ample space for entertaining and relaxing, a master bedroom suite with 5 metre vaulted ceilings and concealed reading area accessed by ladder, a beautiful bathroom, dressing room and living room/study, private atrium leading to the roof terrace with river views, secure double garage with off-street parking with electric car charge point and a cleverly landscaped garden concealing the ultimate home office with heating, lighting, power and internet.
Situated within the Isleworth Riverside Conservation Area, the property is located on Church Street, a pocket of tranquillity right on the river Thames. Syon Park starts at the end of the street less than 4 minutes’ walk away.
Well within the catchment area there is the Blue School which is consistently ranked outstanding by Ofsted and was ranked as the highest attaining school in London in 2013.
With Syon Lane providing a rail service directly into Waterloo whilst the commuter also has the option of a fast train and tube transport links from Richmond, which is no more than a 10 minute cycle ride away along the banks of the river Thames
The Old Vicarage is located in the same street as the well-known London Apprentice riverside inn, said to have been patronised by such eminent personalities as Henry VIII, Charles I, Charles II (with Nell Gwynne), Lady Jane Grey and Oliver Cromwell.