An elegant Georgian Grade II listed six bedroom house overlooking the River Thames.
10 The Terrace overlooks the River Thames and is a historic Grade II listed Georgian house that once belonged to the composer Gustav Holst. The house is known as Holst House with a commemorative blue plaque.
This superb property is in the heart of Barnes village with wonderful views both up and down the River Thames. The house is arranged across four floors and offers well balanced living and entertaining space.
The property opens into a central hallway creating a sense of light and space. To the front is an elegant formal dining room with an attractive period fireplace and three original sash windows allowing good natural light. To the rear is a generous kitchen/dining space with direct access to a southerly facing paved walled garden and bike store with useful side access.
The bespoke semi-circular wooden kitchen creates a warm homely feel and offers an extensive range of units and cupboards, integrated appliances and stainless steel splash backs. There is also a downstairs cloakroom off the hallway.
The lower ground floor comprises a gym space to the front with excellent store rooms to the rear alongside a wine cellar.
Upstairs, on the first floor is a generous reception room with French windows opening to a pretty balcony which extends across the front of the house and allows spectacular views of the River Thames and Barnes Bridge. To the rear are three double bedrooms and a contemporary family bathroom with a separate glass shower.
On the top floor is the principal bedroom with well-designed fitted wardrobes and luxurious en suite bathroom with unbroken views of the river. To the rear are two further bedrooms and a stylish shower room.
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A truly iconic house steeped in history and situated on The Terrace, right in the heart of Barnes Village. Holst House is very exciting to bring to the open market.Sam Bide