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6 bedroom house for sale

Strawberry Vale, Twickenham, TW1


Property Description

Key features

  • 6 Bedroom Regency House
  • Detached
  • Boat House
  • Mooring
  • 140 ft garden
  • Cellar

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

riverhomes are delighted to bring to market this magnificent Regency era detached waterside home dating from the turn of the 19th Century. The Whyte House is a formidable six bedroom home in immaculate condition throughout, providing extensive family accommodation. Typical of its era, the property boasts extremely large room sizes and very high ceilings throughout. Laid out over three floors and including a large basement cellar. On the ground floor further attributes include: four large reception rooms attached to a spectacular modern kitchen; large entrance hallway with downstairs WC, utility room with ample storage and a converted garage which could easily be returned to its original use. The first floor provides four double bedrooms, two with en suite bathrooms plus shower room with steam shower and masses of wardrobe space and one walk in wardrobe (formerly a bedroom). The top floor houses the sixth bedroom and comes with another en suite bathroom. Three of the bedrooms also come with magnificent views of the approximately 140 ft garden, which is predominantly lawned and leads down to the water's edge and the mooring. At the end of the garden there is also a charming two storey wooden chalet-style boat house with WC, which is currently used as a work out space but is extremely versatile and could have many uses. Whyte House is located on Strawberry Vale, Twickenham, set back from the road with ample off-street gated parking

Strawberry Hill is one of West London's most sought after residential destinations, with Teddington and its superb range of shops, supermarkets, boutiques, coffee bars and restaurants on its door step, There are also an abundance of good and excellent rated local schools in the area. Twickenham National Rail station provides a fast-direct line into London Waterloo. EPC rating E.

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Boat House

Dating from around 1825 The Whyte House is an architecturally stunning and laterally configured detached Regency home, providing extensive family accommodation and superb entertaining space. The two principal floors have notably generous ceiling heights, further emphasising the striking room proportions and excellent natural light.

At the end of the delightful 143' garden there is a mooring and a beautiful two storey boathouse, which is currently used as a gymnasium but could lend itself equally well to a teenage den, 'office at home' or granny annexe. The boathouse has its own terrace, with simply breath taking views over what is unquestionably one of the most scenic stretches of the River Thames. Whilst to the front of the house there is secure gated parking for several cars.

Our clients have extensively refurbished, remodelled and extended the house, seamlessly blending period integrity with contemporary design. The end result is something to behold and the tasteful presentation further enhances the wonderful period details of this grand yet homely and very complete family house.

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Added on Rightmove:
22 May 2018

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