A Georgian very bright spacious location house built in 1780. The house features large windows in every room. It has an eclectic mix of Scandinavian cool and period features such as stunning fireplaces. The house is surrounded by a 100 year old wisteria which can be seen from every window. It is situated on Ham Common in a picturesque spot overlooking a pond close to Richmond Park

The ground floor features an entrance hall with a staircase leading to the first floor. There are two large living rooms on either side with period fireplaces in each room. The living room facing the street has a library feel, while the other living room leads straight into a walled garden. 

A few steps down leads into the conservatory/dining room with the kitchen all featuring old French sandstone tiles.

The first floor has beautiful views of the pond and the Common. It has a panelled light grey space with large windows and original Georgian wooden floors. A few steps up to the master bedroom which features large windows on either side. 

The property has a walled garden leading onto a wilder larger garden in the back. The back garden as well as the house can also can be accessed through a gate with enough space for a van. 


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