Richmond Mansions, Denton Road, Twickenham
A Magnificent Edwardian first floor 3/4 bedroom apartment set in a Riverside apartment block, located on the Banks of the River Thames and within a few minutes walk over the Richmond Bridge into central Richmond. The apartment has just finished some refurbishment throughout with new carpets and decor. Offered unfurnished and available at the beginning of January.
The grand communal entrance hall features beautiful terrazzo flooring and a double sweeping staircase leading to the upper floors.
The apartment has just finished some refurbishment throughout with new carpets and decor. It also benefits from double glazing, gas central heating, and mature communal gardens extending to the Thames towpath. This apartment offers a Westerly Aspect and 1300sqft of fine period features. As you enter the apartment there is a large dining hall with a welcoming featured fireplace and doors leading to all other rooms. The main bedroom has large sash windows, an en-suite bathroom, and built-in cabinetry/wardrobe. There is a second bedroom with an en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobe, plus a third bedroom/study. There is a modern newly fitted kitchen with a breakfast bar, offering all the essential white goods (dishwasher, washing machine, dryer). A superb dual-aspect reception room with a bay window overlooking the gardens beyond (could be used as a fourth bedroom)
Parking Permit zone F - East Twickenham (£91 per year for the first car)
Richmond Mansions is located on the banks of the River Thames, to the Southside of Richmond Bridge, at the end of Denton Road. It is therefore ideally situated within close proximity to the good selection of local shops and cafes in East Twickenham, tennis court club next door and a 5-10 minute walk across Richmond Bridge, to central Richmond. eclectic selection of boutiques shops along the historic alleys leading to The Green, as well as all the usual high street stores on George Street. For those with cultural interests there are two theatres, two cinemas, and a museum. and the fast train into central London