A charming seven bedroom former Vicarage with detached coach house set in south-facing gardens of just shy of half an acre.
Mortlake House is an exceptional Victorian family home, built in 1867 for use as the Vicarage, with later additions made before the turn of the century. Situated on a desirable Parkside road equidistant to Richmond Park and central Sheen, this enchanting residence offers elegant and beautifully proportioned living and entertaining space. The high ceilings and large south-facing windows in the principle reception rooms and kitchen/breakfast room allow for an abundance of natural light to flood the ground floor of the property. Of particular note is the grand reception hall featuring an elegant staircase and original tiled floor.
Providing over 5,500 sq ft of accommodation and set in secluded south-facing gardens of just under half an acre, Mortlake House whilst currently a substantial family home, offers immense scope to enlarge by way of a ground floor extension and/or a loft conversion to create additional bedrooms/bathrooms subject to the usual consents.
The secluded south-facing landscaped gardens afford a high degree of privacy and light and features a large York stone terrace which is ideal for outdoor entertaining. To the western side of the property is the Coach House which currently provides garaging and a workshop with ancillary accommodation above. There is also generous parking on the driveway for several cars.
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An incredibly rare opportunity to acquire a country house in London on a half acre south-facing plot.Michael Randall