Lion Gate Gardens, Richmond, TW9 2DF | Property for sale | Savills
2,945 sq ft(273.60 sq m)
Guide price £2,750,000

Lion Gate GardensRichmond, TW9 2DF


    Key features

    • Architecturally striking Victorian house
    • Prominent corner plot
    • Semi-detached
    • Double fronted
    • Off street parking for two cars
    • Located close to central Richmond and Kew village

    A handsome double fronted family house on a prominent corner plot, well positioned for central Richmond and Kew village.

    About this property

    • An architecturally striking semi-detached Victorian family home ideally positioned on a prominent corner plot, with beautifully proportioned and practical configuration over three floors. The house is double fronted so there is a wonderful flow to the accommodation with the generous ceiling heights and excellent flow of natural light with three large bay windows, further emphasising the impressive cubic volume. The house retains much of the period integrity with a number of notable features, including five original fireplaces, large sash hung windows and ceiling cornices.

      Whilst the house has been lovingly nurtured over many years there is excellent scope for any incoming purchasers to stamp their own identity.

      To the side of house there is a delightful mature garden ideal for alfresco dining as it's predominantly paved with a pond with established borders. To the front there is secure off street parking for two cars.

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    Local information

    • The house is enviably positioned within this highly regarded road, just a few hundred metres from both the sophisticated shops and restaurants of Richmond town centre and the charming village that is Kew Gardens. Whilst even closer at hand (The Lion Gate is within approximately 150 metres of the house) the world renowned Royal Botanical Gardens of Kew are breathtaking and provide an ideal retreat from the hubbub of daily life. The Village has a lovely atmosphere with a good selection of independent shops and cafes, as well as a monthly farmers market and the Michelin starred 'Glasshouse' restaurant. Richmond also boasts a particularly scenic stretch of the River Thames, a much acclaimed Theatre, three cinemas and of course Royal Richmond Park, with its 2300 acres of deer inhabited woodland.
    • Richmond train station provides a rapid overland service into London Waterloo (in under 20 minutes) as well as the District Line tube and Overground to Stratford.
    • Local schools enjoy an excellent reputation and are considered amongst the best in the country.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = E
    • Tenure = Freehold