A rare opportunity to acquire a delightful Victorian garden flat (1213 sq ft) boasting direct access to a substantial private rear garden with the advantage of a separate rear garden studio and adjacent garage (579 sq ft) which provides many alternative uses for business or personal use.
Forming the entire ground floor of an imposing Victorian mansion building (1/3rd Share of the freehold) the apartment is accessed via its own private side passage - leading to the garden - and own private entrance / front door. With high ceilings throughout the apartment displays many original features and provides extremely versatile living accommodation that can easily be adapted to one's individual needs. All rooms are of good proportion and the lovely dining / conservatory room provides and expanse of glazed doors opening onto a rather beautiful south west facing garden measuring some 71' x 37' and is planted with an array of established plants, trees and shrubs. Front garden is gravelled and provides a single (unallocated) parking space for each resident.
To the rear of the garden a self-contained Artists Studio with beamed and vaulted roof, is constructed of london stock brick with pitched slate roof and features an attractive bay window overlooking the garden. The building is held on a separate commercial lease and also consists of Garage with vehicular and pedestrian access via St. James's Cottages off Kew Road. The garage is partially converted into useable room / office and is separated from the main studio by an inner hallway, kitchenette, and separate adjoining shower room.
A perfect home for an Artist (much like previous owner) or someone with artisan characteristics. The building could be divided or sub-let and would make an ideal architects or professional service offices or alternatively accommodation for a dependent relative or two even generational family living.
Location: The property is located within short walking distance of Kew Green with restaurants and bars and nearby Riverside, the Royal Botanical Gardens (a world unesco heritage site) and also within easy reach of Kew Gardens Station (District line to central London) via Cumberland Avenue. Richmond is the nearest local town (1.7m) where some of the finest independent shops, department stores and restaurants in south west London can be found.