This exceptional family home, built in 1878 sits in a beautiful 100ft walled garden in coveted North Kingston.
Arranged over four floors this unique, stylish and imposing period house is nestled moments from the River Thames and the vibrant town centre.
Specially-commissioned for its original owner in 1878, this grand home, originally known as ‘Rugby Lodge’ has an abundance of family accommodation and charming features including sash windows, original fireplaces, cornicing and pretty mouldings to the incredibly high ceilings. This characterful home is flooded with natural light, via cleverly positioned new bespoke windows complementing the stunning architecture, whilst the distinctive layout includes a formal drawing room and a generous kitchen/breakfast room with ample space to dine. To the upper floors we find bedrooms and bathrooms, boasting high ceilings, Victorian style radiators, bespoke wardrobes, stylish décor and ‘Belgravia’ sanitary ware.
Then, at the top of this magnificent home you will find the truly amazing roof terrace, an expansive decked area with panoramic 360 degree views, taking in St. Luke’s Church, Star & Garter House, on the summit of Richmond Hill, Richmond Park and all the way to Surrey Hills and the North Downs.
Additional features include wall mounted original plans of the house, a beautiful front door and an arched storm porch, accessed via a herringbone brick garden, set behind wrought iron gates.
The garden is perfect for a family, with a newly laid lawn – It is an ideal place for al fresco dining. The beautiful original wall provides privacy and there is gated vehicle access and a pod/cabin in the rear portion of the garden.
The location of this sumptuous and incredibly special home provides excellent access to many outstanding schools, the mainline station, the enchanting towpath along the Thames, adjacent to the picturesque Canbury Gardens and so much more.
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