A sizeable two bedroom Mansion Flat, full of character, situated in a popular part of central Twickenham close to the River Thames and within easy walking distance of the station with its fast service into Waterloo (19 mins).
Set within Twickenham Riverside Conservation area, Lebanon Park Mansions are a fine example of late Victorian architecture. Available for the first time in 14 years, this apartment enjoys a favourable 'end of terrace' position and consequently benefits from additional natural sunlight. This is especially noticeable in the lovely double-aspect kitchen / dining room, which in turn, benefits from wonderful 'green and leafy' views over neighbouring gardens to the rear.
The apartment enjoys many original features to include high ceilings, distinctive art nouveaux style fireplaces (to the living room and both bedrooms), stripped-wood panelled doors and large sash windows. Another noteworthy feature is the split-level hallway, which is wider than usual and typifies the overall feeling of space; a prevalent theme throughout with an internal floor area approaching 900 sq ft.
Our clients enjoy a 1/3rd Share of the Freehold, and self manage the building to ensure costs are kept to a minimum. We feel this property also represents a decent investment opportunity as there is scope to convert to 3 bedrooms, subject to the required consents, which could enhance rental income considerably.
We anticipate early interest, so please book your viewing inspection without delay to avoid disappointment.
Location: Lebanon Park Mansions are prominently positioned on the corner of Richmond Road and Lebanon Park. On the opposite diagonal junction is a useful local Co-op for everyday groceries. For more extensive food selection however, Waitrose can be reached on foot in under 5 minutes from Arragon Road. Local independent shops and fine restaurants are found in Church Street, whilst at the end of Lebanon Park is access to Twickenham Riverside, leading to a popular public house in The White Swan. Local interests of York House and Orleans House are nearby with their historic gardens and grounds, and the Towpath beyond, passing Marble Hill House and Gardens, is picturesque stretch of the Thames, ideal for walking, jogging or cycling into Richmond town centre.