- 5 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 4 Reception rooms
A fine Grade II listed Georgian terrace house being of architectural and historical interest. It is one of a terrace of nine houses, built between 1759 and 1765, on the site of Henry VII’s Manor House and enjoys magnificent open views to the4 south over the River Thames, with Cadogan Pier in the foreground and the ornate illuminated Albert Bridge and Battersea Park beyond.
This moderised family house is set well back from a deep pavment, leading through a high period gate into a 21 foot front garden paved in York stone. The 56 foot rear garden is at ground floor level surrounded by other long gardens, with the most charming cobbled mews adjoining.
The accomodation is well arranged to provide wonderful entertaining space over the entire first floor with high ceilings, a rear terrace and front balcony with a beautiful canopy providing shade and an even greater open aspect to the south. The bedroom and bathroom accomodation is well arranged over two floors above. The lower floors comprise a pretty entrance hall, well equipped and secluded kitchen and dining room at garden level with staff or guest accomodation below, with secondary street access and storage/utility rooms adjoining.
The interior is mainly white with decorations and presentation by Nicholas Haslam.
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