This discretely positioned exquisite detached family
home offers incredible and well-balanced living and entertaining space.
The property has a rich history, originally believed to be a candle factory before the impressive Georgian front section was added creating a visually stunning and beautiful family home. The house itself is measures approximately 3,365 square feet and is naturally bright with high ceilings and large windows throughout rooms.
The house requires renovation offering a very special opportunity to restore and enhance an outstandingly beautiful period residence in a fabulous setting in Chiswick. This property would be well suited to a purchaser who is keen for an exciting project and as the property is not a listed building, there is an unrestricted potential for re-development and modernisation. On entering the house there are twin reception rooms on either side of the entrance hallway with stairs leading to the upper floors. To the rear is the kitchen, utility room, cloakroom, dining room, study and a large double reception with two sets of French doors leading out to the properties 52’6 x 52’secluded south facing garden. There are four double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a cloakroom on the first floor.
The second floor comprises three further rooms, a kitchen and a reception room measuring approximately 21’ 3 x 13’5 that could be divided to provide two spacious bedrooms.
This stunning residence is approached via a gated entrance with a forecourt to the front of the house providing generous parking. One of the finest features of the property is its generous and established south facing garden that includes a large lawn area.
The property is in an excellent location privately positioned on the corner of Stamford Brook Road and the private road, Stamford Brook Gardens. The property is within a minutes’ walk of Stamford Brook Common, and is within a short walk from Stamford Brook (District Line) station, Turnham Green (District Line) station and Chiswick High Road.
Large South Facing Garden
Gated Forecourt; Four Receptions
Two Further Rooms