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A detached five bedroom family home in a coveted position backing directly on to and with direct access to the Lake Garden of the St Margarets Trust Grounds.
The house provides a well planned and practical arrangement of rooms with good natural light throughout. Accommodation follows a lateral layout with the ground floor comprising a generous entrance hall, modern kitchen leading onto a utilty room, a wood panelled dining room at the rear with open views across the delightful garden and reception room also looking out to the garden from an abundance of rear windows.
The first floor provides four bedrooms and two bathrooms, both with a bath and shower.
The garage has been converted into a self-contained one bedroom apartment, with living area, bedroom and en-suite shower, with its own separate access.
The property has a deep frontage and a spacious drive-way provides off-street parking.
Ailsa Road is idyllically located close to the banks of the River Thames in St. Margarets, within a pleasant riverside stroll (of approximately one mile) from Richmond Town. Richmond offers comprehensive shopping facilities and a rapid train service into London Waterloo. Whilst even closer at hand are the charming village of St. Margarets (also featuring a direct train service into London Waterloo) and the many open acres of Old Deer Park.
Outside, the garden is delightful with steps leading down from the patio to a large area of lawn. A private gate at the bottom of the garden allows direct access into the Lake Garden, the most picturesque and largest of the three gardens of the St Margarets Trust Grounds. The Trust Grounds, or Pleasure Grounds, comprises a collection of historic private gardens that are for the exclusive use of Trust Grounds residents. A Trust was set up in 1854 to look after the gardens and continues to do so today. This wonderful and unique environment provides an idyllic location for families to live within a community but with enough space between each other to allow privacy and quiet enjoyment.
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