It is to be found on ‘one of south west London’s most exclusive and prestigious roads’ and backing onto Richmond Park. That and the size of this 1990s five-bedroom modernist property in London SW14 (not to mention the half an acre of land) account for its sizeable price.
The house itself isn’t bad either. That was designed and commissioned by the current owner around 18 years ago (so late ‘90s), with all the rooms looking out onto that half an acre of garden, as well as the park in the distance. It’s your own little oasis, hidden away and down a shared private road.
Inside this curvy build you’ll find plenty of glazing (and sliding glass doors) and as a result, plenty of natural light for the open spaces that don’t look to have changed much in almost two decades. We would assume that the double height areas are particularly spectacular on a bright, sunny day.
As for space, the ‘grand’ front door leads into a reception hall with its feature curved staircase in limestone, opening onto the double height dining room and down a split level into the large main reception room. Also present is a galleried study area overlooking the front gardens and via a separate door, access to a fitted kitchen and second reception room/bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. We suspect that might well be ‘staff’ accommodation, especially in this price bracket.
The first floor contains the master suite. three further bedrooms and two further bathrooms. Outside, well we have covered the garden, but probably should mention the landscaped circular driveway, a large double garage and car port pergola.
It’s a millionaire’s house in a millionaire’s price bracket. Offers in excess of £5,500,000 for this place.
Oh yes, big thanks to Jo Atkins-Hughes for the tip off!