RiverHomes is proud to present this stunning Grade II listed six bedroom Queen Anne house dating from 1710 and believed to be one of the oldest houses in Old Isleworth. Situated on this historic street adjacent to the River Thames and within yards of Syon Park. Offering close to 4,000 sq. ft. of living options, the property is arranged over three floors and has a wealth of historic beauty with many original features. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall; dining room with polished wood flooring and shutters, and interconnecting door to the kitchen; library with a feature cast iron fireplace and book shelving; a walk-through pantry; and kitchen with quarry tiled flooring and AGA overlooking the majestic and mature 115 x 70 ft. garden; family and utility rooms; and bedroom six with family bathroom. To the first floor is the full width drawing room with double height ceilings, master bedroom suite overlooking the garden with dressing room and bathroom, and second bedroom with roof terrace (with lapsed planning to convert). The top floor houses two further double bedrooms with family bathroom. To the immediate rear of the property is a large Yorkstone paved patio area which leads to the main part of the garden, which is laid to lawn and walled on all sides providing privacy and a secluded environment. A door in the right-hand wall provides side access with a wrought iron gate to the front of the house. In front of the house there is a garage behind the off-street parking with a wooden up-and-over door with skylights above which has water and power, behind which there is a large store room which was the original tack room. Sitting on the banks of the Thames with the benefits of country living and within easy reach of the city which is provided through easy access by car / train, with the nearest station being Isleworth (National Rail to Waterloo). Early viewing of this historic home is highly recommended. EPC rating E. Council Tax band H.