An exceptional Grade II Listed Georgian house on the market with Dexters Isleworth was featured in the Sunday Times Home in a piece on fabulous gardens.
The property has been sensitively restored and includes a magnificent drawing room, reputedly designed by the illustrious architect Robert Adam.
The Old Farmhouse lies within the National Trust Osterley Park with its beautiful lakes, walks and other facilities. The house is set within a large lawned area and leads on to an incredible one acre walled parterre rose garden with croquet lawn and labyrinth and espalied fruit trees.
There is a barn suitable for garage or conversion and also an orchard. Downstairs there is a large reception room, with a beautiful curved bay, a stunning period fireplace and a stuccoed ceiling. This room leads into a study. There is a separate formal dining room as well as a kitchen.
A large master bedroom with an en suite is on the first floor, occupying the curved bay. There are a further two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. There are stairs leading to a large landing on the second floor where you will find a large bedroom with an outside terrace and extensive views of Osterley Park. There are also two more double bedrooms and a further bathroom.
The beautiful home is on the market with Dexters Isleworth for £2,450,000. Bobby Cherian, Director at the Isleworth office, is confident about the local market: “The Isleworth market has already been strong this year. Surrounding areas such as Richmond and Twickenham are still so much more expensive than Isleworth, so buyers from West London are starting to see that here is a great area to buy. The infrastructure is fantastic, with Piccadilly line stations at Hounslow East and Osterley and Isleworth’s railway station, as well as direct links to Central London via car.”
Dexters is London’s leading independent Estate Agency, with 28 offices in Central London and 60 across the capital. If you are interested in this property, or are thinking of selling or letting your own property, contact the Isleworth office at 020 8560 1177 or visit dexters.co.uk.
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