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Significantly upgraded and remodelled by the current owner, this fine house has been designed with high specification fittings and decorated in a stylish and tasteful theme. Superb attention to detail and thoughtful design has been employed throughout the house in creating this well balanced, very large and versatile home.
The ground and lower ground floors provide abundant living and entertaining space with plenty of flexibility. The ground floor offers three large living rooms with a combination of relaxed and more formal reception spaces, all enjoying uninterrupted views and a very private aspect. The lower ground floor has been well designed to maximise natural light and features panoramic sliding glass doors that open onto the gardens. The kitchen is wonderfully large with a range of branded cooking appliances, bespoke worktops and storage and a separate utility room. The other half of this floor is designed as family room and also has direct garden access. It currently makes a wonderful playroom. Seven large bedrooms are arranged over the two upper floors, including an impressive master bedroom suite with private bathroom and dressing area. The adjoining bedroom is currently used as a gym that connects with the master suite. There are also three further bathrooms across both of these floors.
Ailsa Road is approximately half a mile from St Margarets Village and station. Richmond town centre is just over a mile away and offers a selection of mainstream retailers, independent shops and restaurants, two cinemas and two theatres. There is also picturesque Richmond Green and plentiful riverside walks. There are many excellent schools in the area, both state and independent.
Richmond station provides a fast and direct services into London Waterloo, plus District Line Underground and London Overground services.
The A316 is close by and becomes the M3 after five miles, allowing a fast transfer to the M25 or continuation to the west. The opposite direction takes you directly into central London, with Hyde Park Corner being just over eight miles away.
A private gate at the bottom of the garden allows direct access to the Lake Ground within the St Margarets Trust Grounds; a collection of three historic private gardens for the exclusive enjoyment of Trust Grounds residents. A Trust was set up in 1854 to look after the gardens and continues to do so today. The Lake Ground is the most picturesque and largest of the three gardens and features a wonderful lake with two bridges, a grass tennis court and many beautiful mature trees. These wonderful gardens offer a true sense of tranquillity and the feeling of being somewhere far more rural, bringing the peace and enjoyment of the countryside to within less than ten miles of the City.
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