A sympathetically restored and refurbished Grade II listed townhouse, in Chiswick. Built in 1838, the property is a fine example of Late Regency architecture and retains many of the original features such as the fireplaces and coving. Originally it formed part of the John Blore designed William Terrace, a terrace of ten townhouses. Boasting five bedrooms, the master suite sits across the entire second floor with free standing bath and separate shower, this just oozes extravagance. The kitchen dinner extends 25ft which opens onto a modern glass conservatory, overlooking the beautifully landscaped south facing garden. On the lower ground floor, there is a spacious double bedroom with a small patio, bathroom, 17ft reception room and two vaults. The lower ground floor can be accessed independently, which offers flexibility of use.
Ideally located between Chiswick High Road and Kings Street, with Stamford Brook Underground station a short walk away. Whilst being within reach of all the cafes, shops and restaurants of Chiswick High Road, of particular mention is the proximity to the recently opened independent Chiswick Cinema, Soho House's High Road Brasserie and the Hogarth Health Club. Open spaces nearby include Chiswick House & Gardens, Chiswick Common, Ravenscourt Park and of course the Thames Path. Families are spoilt for choice with several well-regarded state and independent schools for all ages located nearby, such as Latymer Upper School, Arts Ed, St Peter's C of E Primary School and Orchard House School.