Savills | Baronsmead Road, Barnes, London, SW13 9RR | Property for sale
295.34 sq m
Guide price £3,250,000(€3,579,189)

Baronsmead RoadBarnes, London, SW13 9RR

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in December 2020
  • Central village location
  • Hand built painted Harvey Jones kitchen
  • Wine cellar with capacity to house twenty eight cases of wine
  • Private 70ft landscaped garden

Beautifully refurbished six bedroom family house

About this property

  • This attractive house in Barnes Village has been beautifully refurbished to an exacting high standard by the current owners whilst retaining many period features.

    The entrance hall features the original front door with stained glass along with the original tiled flooring. The reception room has high ceilings with an antique triple Holophane glass ceiling light fitting, an 18th Century marble fireplace with Chesney wood burning stove, Vitsoe shelving, and large sash windows. The TV room/playroom to the rear leads into the kitchen/family room and has a Samsung wide screen TV, sky box, Blu ray player and Sonos Surround sound system which is housed on a Vitsoe shelving, drawer and storage unit.

    The kitchen/family room at the back of the house features a hand built painted Harvey Jones kitchen with black granite worktops and a steel topped peninsula central island unit. The built in appliances include a Smeg gas hob, Neff double oven and a drinking water carbon filter system. This spacious room provides a wonderful family and entertaining space leading out to the garden through a door and benefits from an electronically operated skylight and an original working marble fireplace.

    There is access from the kitchen to a utility room which has a sink, work top, cupboard storage, a Miele washer and tumble drier, a Lazy Susan dryer and a water softener system. The guest cloakroom is off the entrance hall.

    A staircase from the entrance hall leads down to the lower ground floor and on into a hallway with under stairs storage. Leading off the hallway is a media/reception room, storage room and wine cellar. The media/reception room benefits from a Hi End cinema and hifi system in a hand built unit, built in oak shelving and 3amp lighting circuit. The storage room has extensive hanging and storage space and houses the mains water tap, electricity meter and alarm central controller. The wine cellar has capacity to house twenty eight cases of wine.

    The first floor has three impressive double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The principal bedroom has an original Edwardian fireplace with working gas coal effect fire, a vintage ceiling light fitting and large sash windows. The family bathroom has a walk-in shower, two Philippe Starke tom-tom washstands/basins and benefits from underfloor heating. The second floor comprises three further large double bedrooms, a bathroom and eaves storage.

    The private 70ft landscaped garden has a large York stone patio and is partially laid to lawn with box hedging and is planted with a variety of mature trees, plants and shrubs. A Beech hedge with an arch creates a ‘secret garden' to the rear with a suntrap seating area and large garden shed. The garden further benefits from ambient lighting and a programmable water system.

    Please note the following items can be purchased, subject to separate negotiation –

    - The antique triple Holophane glass ceiling light fitting in the reception room
    - Vitsoe shelving
    - Samsung wide screen TV, sky box, Blu ray player and Sonos Surround sound system
    - Hi End cinema and hifi system
    - Miele dishwasher, Liebehrr fridge/freezer
    - Miele washer and tumble drier
    - The vintage ceiling light fittings in the bedrooms

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

A beautiful home, offering excellent living space and featuring a wonderful landscaped garden

Sam BideProperty agent

Local information

  • The property is situated on one of the most sought after roads in the heart of Barnes Village which offers an eclectic mix of independent retailers, pubs and highly regarded restaurants, and the Olympic Cinema. Barnes Pond and the surrounding green adjoining Barnes Common is close by, along with The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust's 100 acre Wetlands Centre. There are pleasant towpath walks along the River Thames.
  • For those who commute Barnes Bridge station and Barnes Station provide a frequent service into Waterloo. There is also a regular bus service to Hammersmith, giving access to the underground and bus networks.
  • The schools in the area include – St Paul's School, The Harrodian, The Swedish School and Ibstock Place School. For younger pupils – St Paul's Juniors, St Osmunds' (RC) and Barnes Primary School.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D